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Symantec's Norton AntiVirus software has been around for a long time, providing security and protection to millions of computers. Symantec has added anti-spyware, firewall and a great interface, along with other security features, to make it an integrated Internet security package. Apart from some slack in technical support, you do not get much to complain about with the latest version of the Norton Internet Security suite. It is now lighter and faster, with many advanced tools included to combat the changing face of Internet threats. The newly-added Insight feature can identify 'trusted' files and 'white-listed' applications, and does not waste time by rescanning those. The interface is also cleaner and more sophisticated. The Home Network Monitor has been enhanced from a system administrator's perspective. On the other hand, Norton still does not have s
Norton has enhanced the firewall with a powerful default configuration, but customizing it is difficult - although if you mess up the settings it's easy enough to reset the default configuration.

As expected, Norton Antivirus passed with flying colours in ICSA, VB and WCL tests. In AV-Comparative's test, it earned an Advanced+ rating, catching 97% of malwares thrown at it, and earned an advanced rating in the Retrospective/Proactive test. It could, however, proactively block only 18% of the new samples in the test.

Norton has changed their interface, too, giving it a cleaner and more sophisticated look. The different purchase offer tabs have been removed, and specific tools can now be turned off or on without going into configuration details. There are also new pop-ups explaining different terms and bar graphs to show system usage.



Author Kevin McLanedate added 2009-09-07 12:37:33

Symantec's Norton AntiVirus software has been around for a long time, providing security and protection to millions of computers. Symantec has added anti-spyware, firewall and a great interface, along with other security features, to make it an integrated Internet security package. Apart from some slack in technical support, you do not get much to complain about with the latest version of the Norton Internet Security suite. It is now lighter and faster, with many advanced tools included to combat the changing face of Internet threats. The newly-added Insight feature can identify 'trusted' files and 'white-listed' applications, and does not waste time by rescanning those. The interface is also cleaner and more sophisticated. The Home Network Monitor has been enhanced from a system administrator's perspective. On the other hand, Norton still does not have s
Norton has enhanced the firewall with a powerful default configuration, but customizing it is difficult - although if you mess up the settings it's easy enough to reset the default configuration.

As expected, Norton Antivirus passed with flying colours in ICSA, VB and WCL tests. In AV-Comparative's test, it earned an Advanced+ rating, catching 97% of malwares thrown at it, and earned an advanced rating in the Retrospective/Proactive test. It could, however, proactively block only 18% of the new samples in the test.

Norton has changed their interface, too, giving it a cleaner and more sophisticated look. The different purchase offer tabs have been removed, and specific tools can now be turned off or on without going into configuration details. There are also new pop-ups explaining different terms and bar graphs to show system usage.



Author Kevin McLanedate added 2009-09-07 12:37:37

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