Norton 360 Multi-Device 2014 - 1 User / 5 Devices [Old Version]
- Protects you, your PC, Mac, Android smartphone, and Android tablet against: viruses and other threats; dangerous downloads; phishing and malicious websites; identity theft; loss or theft of your Android smartphone or tablet
- Stops online threats before they can reach your computer
- Stays ahead of, detects, and eliminates threats that haven't been invented yet by watching your PC for suspicious activity
- Does not support Kindle tablets
- Norton Internet Security includes Norton Identity Safe, which remembers and secures your usernames and passwords so you can easily access your favorite websites from PCs, Macs, and mobile devices. Plus, it warns you of dangerous websites so you can search, shop, and bank online without worry.
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You’re not limited to one device—so why not extend your antivirus and Internet protection? Norton 360 Multi-Device protects every device you own with a single solution that covers your computers, smartphones, and tablets with ease. Norton's most comprehensive patented technologies work as a team to outsmart online threats. Alert you to phishing sites and dubious social media content, scams, and links. Keep your passwords and personal information private. And, instantly pinpoint misplaced or stolen devices to help you get them back.
At a Glance
- Protect every device you own with comprehensive patented technologies that work as a team to outsmart online threats.
- Safely surf, shop, and bank with any device you use.
- Helps you locate and get back lost or stolen devices.
- Warns you about social media scams and suspicious posts.
- Neutralizes viruses, spam, and other online dangers.
- Protects your identity, personal information, home network, and Internet connection.
- Restores PC horsepower and automatically backs up your important files and treasured memories.
A Single Solution That Protects Multiple Devices With Ease
- Multi-Device Protection covers all your devices—Norton 360 for PCs, Norton Internet Security for Mac for Apple computers, and Norton Mobile Security for iPhone, iPad, and Android smartphones and tablets.
- Single Activation Key lets you easily set up protection for all your devices from a single screen.
- Windows 8 Compatibility touch-friendly support works equally great in keyboard and mouse environments.
- Norton Management enables easy single-password access to all Norton cloud-based applications and Web properties—to update, renew, fix, or install Norton. Includes Norton Management, Norton Anti-Theft, Norton Family, and Identity Safe.
Actively Protects Your Devices From Online Threats
- Insight identifies which files and applications are safe and which are dangerous, using the combined feedback of more than 175 million Norton users.
- Norton Community Watch tracks virtually every file on the Internet for comprehensive global threat monitoring.
- SONAR Behavioral Protection detects the signs that a file is dangerous, to proactively protect you from never-before-seen threats.
- Spam Blocking keeps unwanted, dangerous, and fraudulent emails out of your mailbox.
- Internet Protection System scours websites and social networking sites for suspicious links and content to identify the latest social networking scams.
- Identity Safe remembers, secures, and automatically enters your usernames and passwords for you, so they can’t be lost or stolen.
- Safe Web for Facebook scans your Facebook wall and news feed for URLs containing security threats such as phishing sites, malicious downloads, and links to unsafe external sites.
- Download Insight and IP Address Insight prevent you from downloading files from websites that have a low reputation score within the Norton user community.
- Live 24x7 Threat Monitoring is backed by a network of Norton users who serve as your own personal Neighborhood Watch group.
Automatic Silent Updates Keep You One Step Ahead
or 2GB of online storage
- Always up-to-date product automatically downloads and installs important product and feature updates when you’re not using your computer.
- Safe Web is an early-warning system that tells you if a website is unsafe before you visit and it’s too late.
- Norton Pulse updates virus definitions every 5 to 15 minutes without disrupting your work or play.
- Insight + Optimized File Copy identifies safe files and only scans unknown files.
Locate Missing Phones/Tablets, Plus Backup Files and Contacts
- Automatic Backup automatically backs up files to disc, USB device, or online when you’re not using your computer. Includes 25 GB of online storage.
- Scream Alarm alerts you to the location of a misplaced mobile device. (Norton Mobile Security)
- Remote Locate pinpoints your lost or stolen device on a map. (Norton Mobile Security)
- Contacts Backup and Restore protects the contact information on your mobile devices and lets you instantly recover it if it’s lost or accidentally deleted. (Norton Mobile Security)
- Microsoft Windows XP (32-bit) with Service Pack 2 (SP 2) or later
- Microsoft Windows Vista (32-bit and 64-bit) with Service Pack 1 (SP 1) or later
- Microsoft Windows 7 (32-bit and 64-bit) with Service Pack 1 (SP 1) or later
- Microsoft Windows 8 (32-bit and 64-bit)1
Browser Support for Vulnerability Protection
- Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0 or higher (32-bit only)1, 2, 3
- Mozilla Firefox (32-bit only)1, 2, 3
Support for Antispam
- Microsoft Outlook 2002 or later
- Microsoft Outlook Express 6.0 or later
- Windows Mail (spam filtering only)
Browser Support for Phishing Protection, Safe Search, and Password Management
- Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0 or higher (32-bit only)1, 2
- Mozilla Firefox (32-bit only)2, 3
- Google Chrome2, 3
- High-speed Internet connection recommended
- Email scanning supported for POP3-compatible email clients
- For detailed System Requirements for this product, please visit Norton.com
1 Some protection features are not available with Windows 8-style browsing.
2 As made available by Symantec within your service period
3 Supports current and the most recent previous 32-bit releases.
- Mac OS X 10.7 or 10.8
Browser Support for Safe Web and Phishing Protection for Mac
- Safari 6.0 and earliers1, 2
- Mozilla Firefox1, 2
- Android 2.2 or later
- 15 MB of storage
- Works with Android phones and tablets that have the Google play app installed
Browser Support for Safe Web Protection
- Android Standard Browser
- iOS 5.0 or later
- 15 MB of storage
- Works with iPad and iPhone
Browser Support4 for iOS Remote Call Feature
- Safari 5 or later
- Mozilla Firefox 4 or later
- Google Chrome 11 or later5
- Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 or later
1 As made available by Symantec within your service period.
2 Supports current and the most recent previous release.
4 Requires Adobe Flash 10.1 or later.
5 Incognito mode not supported.
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The most important stuff that Norton 360 does is rarely noticeable. Every once in awhile, while surfing, I will get a heads up about a website known for malicious activity or told that a file I tried to download is corrupt. N360 runs regular scans to check for viruses and infections or to let me know when it is time to take some additional action to tune up for performance. My favorite and most used feature is the Identity Safe, which does exactly what Norton says: "remembers, secures, and automatically enters your usernames and passwords for you, so they can't be lost or stolen."
One trick that I learned (that at least one other person here has shared) is do not set up your account to automatically renew. I have a Google alert set up to let me know when Amazon and other retailers have it on sale. I have easily saved as much as 75% compared to what Norton would have charged me to auto-renew. You can even buy a couple at a time because the key codes stack.
After years of concerns about our home PCs getting hacked, infected or whatever, it has been great to really not think of it much at all.
Then I started getting two icons of Norton at my taskbar; the chat center uninstalled and installed the product again to solve it. But this time my simplepass started not working. I had to uninstall and install it back. I had to also uninstall and install my firefox to be able to get my simplepass too.
Then I noticed that my backup was full because the product didnt recognize my previous backup before the re-install. I got in contact with Norton chat center again. And every time I chatted with Norton employee, it took more than an hour to fix the problem at hand. It took a long while again to be able to delete all my backups from the system so that I could backup all over again -from scratch. Oh and its backup constantly fails...
I used to use a regular Norton internet security since it came with my HP laptop. For a year I used it just fine; I didn't feel it was there even. But this Norton 360 has been terrible. My brother who is an IT guy kept warning me about Norton (mostly because of their very bad image years ago), but I thought since I didn't have any problems with my previous Norton, maybe they recovered their problems throughout the years...
Oh and I keep having "two Norton icons at taskbar". Google it, it is a very common problem. Sometimes it even uses my CPU to 95%, paralyzing my laptop.
No. I will never buy Norton again.
I ordered the 5 pack for my family to be initially installed on 2 laptops (Gateway netbook-Win 7 PRO, ASUS G50vT-A2-Vista Home Premium), and an ASUS desktop (P8Z77V Motherboard-Win 8.1 Pro with Media Center). Starting with the Gateway: auto-install would not run - i.e. the CD auto-installer would not kick off automatically... it just sat there (on 2 of 3 machines). FINALLY, I opened My Computer and opened the CD device to install.
There is NO installation hard copy or soft copy documentation to be found in the box - and not in a readme file on the CD. Strike no. 1. Secondly, when I was prompted for the license key, I had to scramble to find it. For some unknown reason it was on a sticker glued to another larger piece of advertising in the box. There were only two pieces of paper in the box. The license key was printed at the bottom of the glued on paper in a font that necessitated a microscope to read. Strike no. 2 from a 60 year old mainframe storage engineer and systems programmer. The installer is just plain WIERD! I am a software engineer of 40 years who packages software for a living. It is really user hostile and problematic in its implementation and execution. Finally, after about one half hour the first license was completely installed.
The second machine was a NIGHTMARE! Strike no. 3 Symantec. It CRASHED with two 8205 error codes, which I had to go and GOOGLE to find. Guess what Symantec said on their web site? Completely RIP OUT the entire product with their downloadable "RIP OUT" tool. Did just that. But I had already been prompted for the license key. I have NO IDEA if that was a WASTED license key as I don't plan to install the 4th and 5th licenses until after Christmas. After about an HOUR later, I successfully reinstalled the product. But, not without further headaches: The Symantec servers were DOWN so I couldn't authenticate! Doesn't this company have redundant hardware backup and a disaster recovery plan when taking servers down for service? Do they not understand the meaning of FAILOVER data center servers? No consumer will tolerate a down bank ATM... and this is no different. If not, they should contact Hitachi and buy some of their storage products.
So, I had to download MANUALLY an ANTIVIRUS update file and run it. That worked. Finally, the product - after another half hour of run around - installed.
Now for Windows 8.1: I was prepared for another FIASCO. It never materialized. Win 8.1 was seamless and error free. Smooth as a new born baby bottom. Touche! Plus one for Symantec.
CATEGORICALLY, the WORST INSTALLATION OF SYMANTEC PRODUCTS EVER! And I'm not done: I have two more machines to install. And I have no idea if one of the remaining licenses is still there. If not, I'm going for a refund, Amazon, and will contact my credit card holder.
Peter Norton would be doing back flips if he were still involved with a product fiasco like this.
Does the product work? Yes, as well as its predecessor???... NO WAY, the GUI interface is ugly, confusing, and user hostile. A step back from the last two generations of Norton 360.
Two stars - max.