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- Stops all types of online threats from ever reaching you, no matter where you go or what you do online
- Protects your most personal information when you surf, shop, and socialize online by guarding your browser, your passwords, and your private data
- Active virus detection and elimination lets you share freely, without getting or passing on viruses
- Norton Internet Security 2014 includes copyright information stating 2013
- 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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Norton Internet Security, protection that allows you to go anywhere online safely with a mix of patented protection working together to repel online threats, social media scams, network invaders, viruses, and spam. Neutralizes today’s and tomorrow’s online threats while boosting PC performance.
Actively Protects Against Viruses, Spam, Identity Theft, and Social Media Dangers
- 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 signs that a file is dangerous to proactively protect you from never-before-seen threats.
- Spam Blocking keeps your mailbox free of unwanted, dangerous, and fraudulent emails.
- Internet Protection System scours websites and social networking sites for suspicious links and content to identify the latest social networking scams.
- 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.
- Scam Insight reviews a website’s reputation and lets you know if it’s safe to enter your personal information.
- Anti-Phishing Technology blocks fraudulent “phishing” sites set up to steal your personal information.
- Identity Safe remembers, secures, and automatically enters your usernames and passwords for you, so they can’t be lost or stolen.
- Parental Control feature helps you protect your kids from online dangers by giving you direct access to Norton Online Family.
- Safe Web tells you if a website is unsafe before you visit it and it’s too late.
- 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.
- Intelligent 2-way Firewall prevents strangers from accessing your home network by blocking incoming traffic determined to be unsafe.
- Network mapping and monitoring shows all the devices connected to your home network, so you can spot uninvited guests using your wireless connection and/or eavesdropping on you.
Automatic Silent Updates Keep You One Step Ahead
- Always up-to-date product automatically downloads and installs important product and feature updates when you’re not using your computer.
- 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.
- Built-in Intelligence maximizes battery life by putting off non-critical activities until you are plugged in and out of full-screen mode.
- 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.
- Windows 8 Compatibility touch-friendly support works equally great in keyboard and mouse environments.
Eliminates the Junk that Slows PC Startup
- Defrag fixes common problems that can rob your computer of speed and power.
- Startup Manager frees up PC memory and fine-tunes settings, so your computer starts up faster.
Deep-Cleansing Tools Scour and Disinfect
- Norton Power Eraser scrubs your computer of deeply embedded, difficult-to-remove infections.
- Norton Bootable Recovery Tool creates an emergency rescue CD/DVD/USB that gets your PC back up and running, even if it’s so infected that it won’t start up. (Boot to a clean OS.)
- Windows 8 App Remediation scans Windows 8 apps for threats and removes them.
At a Glance
- Keeps you safe when you surf, shop, and bank online
- Warns you about social media scams and suspicious content
- Stops both today’s and tomorrow’s threats
- Blocks infected and dangerous downloads
- Reduces PC startup time and boosts performance
- Eliminates spam
- Prevents strangers from accessing your home network
- Helps you protect your kids from online dangers
- Gets rid of hard-to-remove infections
- Microsoft Windows XP (32-bit) Home/Professional/Tablet PC/Media Center (32-bit) with Service Pack 2 or later
- Microsoft Windows Vista (32-bit and 64-bit) Starter/Home Basic/Home Premium/Business/Ultimate with Service Pack 1 or later
- Microsoft Windows 7 (32-bit and 64-bit) Starter/Home Basic/Home Premium/Professional/Ultimate
- Microsoft Windows 8 and Windows 8 Pro (32-bit and 64-bit)1
Minimum Hardware Requirements
- 300 MHz for Microsoft Windows XP, 1 GHz for Microsoft Windows Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 81
- 256 MB of RAM
- 300 MB of available hard disk space
- CD-ROM or DVD drive (if not installing via electronic download)
- Email scanning supported for POP3-compatible email clients
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
Browser Support for Vulnerability Protection
- Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0 or higher (32-bit only)1,2
- Mozilla Firefox (32-bit only)2,3
1 Some protection features are not available in Windows 8-style browsing mode.
2 As made available by Symantec within your service period.
3 Supports current and the most recent previous 32-bit releases.
Platform: PC Disc
Top customer reviews
But, here on Amazon I can a brand new Norton Internet Security 2014 for ~$48 -- $12 cheaper than renewing. That's annoying.
Even better, I can buy Internet Security 2013 for $19.24 on Amazon (ASIN B008TND0RK), and Norton claims to upgrade you the latest version for free with a valid subscription. So I bought that instead. And it worked to upgrade my existing subscription.
So, instead of renewing for ~$70, or buying the new version for ~$49, I bought the PC Download version of Internet Security 2013 for $19.24 (ASIN B008TND0RK) and save $50. The PC Download version immediately gave me a product key, which I then typed into the Norton "Renew" screen and it renewed my subscription for 366 days, saving me $50 over using the "renew" button on the installed software!
I believe that if you buy the 2013 version and install it, it will automatically upgrade you to the 2014 version, though I haven't actually tried that myself.
Important note! I had 14 days remaining on my subscription. Instead of giving me 14 days + 1 year, I only got 366 days after my renewal. Once you get your new product key you'll probably want to wait until there are less than 7 days left before renewing.
Note: this same technique worked with NIS 2012 --> 2013. At some point Symantec (Norton) is going to disable this, so when NIS 2015 comes around be sure to check the reviews to see if you can save money by buying the older version than.
*Original review below*
I've bought Norton religiously from Amazon since 2008. I didn't hesitate to buy NIS 2014 this year and now I'm sort of regretting it. I will go ahead and say I gave it four stars because it works on my wife's computer (Windows 7) and our daughter's computer (Windows 7). So I'm averaging the score out with their experiences being a 5 and mine being a 2.
The basics: If you've ever downloaded Norton or any other software from Amazon, you know what to expect, I've never once had a problem with Amazon's downloads. It's fast, cheaper and painless. If you haven't ever downloaded it and are curious about the advantages/disadvantages, just go ahead and download it. When you download and install the new version with your product key, the software automatically creates a folder in your documents with a record of your product key. If you lose that and need to reinstall it, it's okay, Amazon has the product key in your history. Without these, I would buy the physical disc version in case I needed to reinstall it. But I promise you, if you have any concerns about not having the physical disc, don't have them.
So why would I only rate it a 2 on my laptop? I don't know who to blame. I was running NIS 2014 fine on Windows 8, then Windows 8.1 came along. Then came the problems. These are fairly detailed descriptions of the problems and fixes for them, if you can call these "fixes".
First problem: Norton's interface stops working. I would get these warnings from Norton, "Your computer has not been scanned". I would go check and sure enough, Norton hadn't ran a scan in a week. I would click "quick scan" nothing happens, click "full scan" nothing happens, so I headed over to Norton's support forum and posted my problem. The first quick fix was to manually schedule a scan. Tried that, but no scan happened. Went back, was told to uninstall Norton and download the newest version, then reinstall (See why Amazon keeping my product key on record is nice?). This fixed it...for a week. Same problem pops up the next week. I go back to Norton and they told me to download this other fix software called, "Norton remove and reinstall", or as they call it RnR. This software does make the remove and reinstall process much easier since you just run it, it does the removing, then on reinstall, it inserts your product key for you, thanks, I think. This problem has not stopped. I have now went through this process 7 times. I'm assured by Norton that it doesn't mean Norton isn't working. I'm assured my computer is still protected, but something with the menu interface is messing up. I was also told to remove Super Anti-Spyware and Maleware Bytes, so I did though not without a fight, it didn't fix the problem. So those went back on my laptop.
I've had this version for about 4 months, so 7 reinstalls is way more than I should have. I have only had to reinstall Norton, in previous years, when switching to a new computer.
I have learned to deal with this problem, but now I'm getting a 3048,3 error from Norton. It gives no other information and gives me a link to Norton's support forum. Alright Norton, if you were an employee, you would be fired. Their "fix"? Go back to the download Norton Removal Tool, fresh reinstall, enter product key, sign back in to Norton. I have only had this error once, but that's now 8 times this software has had problems in 4 months.
However, as mentioned earlier, neither my wife or daughter are having any problems. All evidence points at Windows 8.1 as the problem, but on the other hand, why can't Norton fix the problem with their software? So I'm placing equal blame on both Windows and Norton. I'm seriously considering looking for another security suite to use with my laptop. You can tell me, "It's still protected" all you want, but I am tired of reinstalling, using Norton Removal Tool and Norton Remove and Reinstall. So, if you're running Windows 8 or lower, I would gladly recommend this as it's fast, it's updating definitions fast and it works like the last 4 years did, if you're using Windows 8.1, you might want to Google search, "Windows 8.1 issues with Norton Internet Security 2014". And I can't say I recommend it to those with Windows 8.1.
I used to have my Windows 7 computer set to automatic updates. One morning, I woke to find that this automatic update process had put Internet Explorer 11 on my computer (and my wife's). In doing so, it had essentially reset the computer, so that all my documents and my desktop icons had vanished, as if it were a new computer. This was a disaster -- we have thousands of photos and I have thousands of documents that I have written because I am a writer. Okay, we figured out how to fix this problem -- I did a system restore which got rid of the crummy IE11 software, and I turned off automatic updates. Good riddance to bad rubbish, IE11. But the automatic update had turned off this product as well.
I didn't notice that Norton was disabled. I continued about my computer usage for weeks, except that for some reason iTunes couldn't connect to the iTunes store. I couldn't find any way to fix it. I did all sorts of stuff suggested at forums, resetting Winsock and other such arcane maneuvers, until finally I noticed -- hey, Norton isn't working. I tried to reinstall it from the DVD and that didn't work, but since I had my code, I went to the Norton website and reinstalled it.
This was done smoothly and with as little pain as such things can ever inflict (there is always some). As soon as Norton was reinstalled, my DVD drives worked and iTunes connected to the store again! That was pretty cool, how I could solve the problem that way.
This is my story. I hope you liked it.