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Norton Internet Security 2011 - 1 User/3 PC [Old Version]

by Symantec See the Amazon Page for this brand
Windows 7 / Vista / XP
4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (383 customer reviews) 5 answered questions

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Product Features

  • Surf, shop, and bank online safely with the fast, light threat protection of Norton Internet Security 2011.
  • Lets you email, chat and surf the web without worrying about cybercriminals ripping you off.
  • Delivers the industry's fastest security suite for protection from online dangers without sacrificing performance.
  • Guards against online identity theft so you can shop, bank and visit social networks with confidence.
  • Updates automatically, offers easy-to-use features and includes free customer support during your subscription period.

System Requirements

  • Platform:   Windows 7 / Vista / XP
  • Media: Software
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces
  • ASIN: B0040GFFGO
  • Item model number: 21069958
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 20, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (383 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,288 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

Product Description

Viruses, cybercriminals and other threats can make the Internet a dangerous place. Protect yourself with Norton Internet Security 2011. The fastest, lightest security suite you can buy, Norton Internet Security 2011 safeguards your PC, without slowing it down. You’ll enjoy rock-solid security without sacrificing performance. Norton Internet Security 2011 helps prevent cybercriminals from stealing your identity and your hard-earned money when you go online. It warns you of unsafe websites and suspicious online merchants right in your search results. It even blocks known malicious sites, letting you surf, socialize, shop, and bank online without worrying about being scammed or ripped off. Norton Internet Security 2011 also stops viruses and other threats, so you can email, chat, and download files without getting or passing on viruses to your family and friends.

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330 of 335 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Renewal Costs More Than New Software - Otherwise OK November 6, 2010
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I have been using the Norton security products for many years, and I have been for the most part very satisfied with them. The one gripe I have is that every year when I go to renew my subscription, I find that I can purchase new copies of the software for less than the renewal price. Although it is relatively easy to buy new copies of the software every year and avoid the exorbitant renewal costs, I feel like Symantec is trying to take advantage of me. I think loyal customers should be rewarded with renewal costs that are at or below readily available costs for the new software from reliable sources like Amazon. Instead, Symantec prefers to try to gouge its customers. For this software which is currently selling for $37.99 on Amazon, Symantec charges $59.99 for renewal. Shame on you Symantec!
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119 of 122 people found the following review helpful
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I have been using Norton Antivirus/Internet security for years now (on 3 PCs running XP) and the big turn around for the past few years with 'light' software has been great. Most times, issues have been due to non-removal of other/earlier versions of Norton software.

Installation: The recent improvements in installation are continuing to be great. I was able to upgrade from NIS2010 to 2011 in under 2 minutes. If you still have license period left from your previous installation, choose to upgrade using Norton upgrade option (You'll get pop-up notice or check Support - Check new version/product update). If you upgrade using the disc, it will over-write your existing license period (doesn't make sense, but that is the case here). However, after internet upgrade, you can enter the license code from the disc to extend the license for another year (just before your license period expires). During installation, you may notice wireless connection disconnecting a couple of times, annoying, but doesn't affect anything.

Performance: There have been slight improvement in performance this year. The virus signature and upgrades are downloaded in small size files in the background. So you do not feel it running in the background even in some older computers. I am still using WinXP and therefore cannot comment on Win7 compatibility.

Security: I haven't had attacks that damaged anything, but Norton did report preventing several Trojan-type attacks. If you or people that you share the computer with connect to unsecured wi-fi networks, often visit download sites or click links from email or visit other potentially unsafe websites, you should set the update scheduler to constantly look for signature updates rather than schedule signature updates at computer idle time.
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67 of 67 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars One of the best if not the best IS software September 28, 2010
By Vidis
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Well, after a few month of beta testing I guess it's time to give everybody my opinion. Since 2010 Norton became my favorite security suite for my PC, and this one is no exception. I tested it on 3 different PC running XP Pro, Vista H.P.32bit and Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit. Once you get this software it will let you install on 3 different computers. Haven't tested 64bit version, but I'm pretty sure it should work the same. For those who already has a 2010 edition you won't see mush of the changes, it's more like refined version, which is a very good thing. For the interface it keeps the dark theme, with yellow text, but moves the large graphic security status indicator from the main interface window up to the task-bar and system tray icons. The UI is impressively easy to use. It's still very fast light on resources, with an extremely good protection. As for everybody else here's what to expect:
Installation: Once you run the installer, the program is ready to operate in about a minute truly fast just like 2010 version.
Interface: Like I mentioned it has a dark theme (sorry no skins) with a yellow text. Security controls are condensed into three sections in the main window: computer protection, network protection, plus a Web protection. For those who wonders, what is that map at the bottom of the interface, it represents a threat to each of its users that has been successfully blocked.
Features & Performance: The thing that makes NIS stand up it tracks your browser, instant messenger and peer to peer activities of their global customer base to check which files, links and websites have been safely used. So let's say if you are one among the first ones to download a specific file it will ask you whether or not you want to execute it.
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33 of 36 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good - has flaws (most will not realize) October 6, 2010
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I just got a very powerful (Fastest Intel chip avail and 20GB memory) PC with Win 7 on it. After a week, I put Norton IS 2011 on it. Well my performance is now noticeably slower but still within reason. After a day or 2 my CPU settled back down to about 1% on idle and only an additional 10% of my memory.
This version seems to have done a better job in letting programs I already have installed and working to continue to work. I have a lot of SW that communicates over different ports, etc. and this has not seemed to block any of them. (A major plus for me). The setup interface seems simple, but if you look at the definitions (and you will need to), Norton IS (NIS) defines things opposite from what I would have expected. So that made it almost painful to have to go through every item, look up the definitions in their help and then choose what I wanted. By default, it seemed to leave some things "open" that I would have closed and was way too "automated" for my tastes. I prefer being asked what to do. Even going through all that, not all the options clearly tell you that when you have the option set to "on" it will not ask, and when "off" it will still scan but will ask. Giving them credit, some of the options are clear and say "ask me" as an option (very few compared to previous NIS releases).
One of my biggest complaints has to do with cookies in the browser. There are many cookies I want to keep - some for work and some just cause I want them (like tvguide.com) I like it when it is setup the way I want. Well NIS considers it a tracking cookie (and it probably is) but I want to keep it. My problem is, it found 20 others that I do want to get rid of. So it gives me 2 choices, Exclude all of them from future scans or Delete them all. Nothing in between.
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