Norton Security (For 5 Devices)

March 6, 2015 - Comment

The new Norton Security simply gives you the best of Norton for the many ways you connect with your PCs, Macs, smartphones and tablets. Get comprehensive protection that’s specialized to secure your favorite devices. Stay safe wherever you go with proactive web protection, mobile device location, advanced privacy technology and more. It’s one solution for

The new Norton Security simply gives you the best of Norton for the many ways you connect with your PCs, Macs, smartphones and tablets. Get comprehensive protection that’s specialized to secure your favorite devices. Stay safe wherever you go with proactive web protection, mobile device location, advanced privacy technology and more. It’s one solution for the different ways you connect.

Product Features

  • One service to protect up to five of your devices
  • Lets you add more protection as you get more devices
  • Maintains your privacy, no matter what device is being used
  • Allows you to move protection from one device to another
  • Easily locates lost or stolen smartphones and tablets
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Comments

Jon says:

Norton Security 2015 – Fewer features than the Norton 360 it replaces, but for the same price…what a deal! It looks like our friends at Symantec took a page from Intuit’s recent strategy with TurboTax “Deluxe” when they replaced Norton 360 with Norton Security 2015. Intuit removed functions from TurboTax Deluxe which many people relied on, while continuing to call it “Deluxe” and charging the “Deluxe” price for it. If customers needed this removed content, they would have to pay considerably more for the “Premium” edition upgrade. Please see the reviews for…

K. Harris "Film aficionado" says:

Intuitive Interface And Advanced Protection: A Solid Internet Security Suite From Norton I have, quite literally, used every well known brand provider of Internet security over the last twenty years. McAfee was the first product that I ever bought to protect my home computer, but since then I have fluctuated primarily between them and Norton. Changing security software every year has become something that I really dread. Whatever system you have wants you to renew (usually at an exorbitant cost) and the yearly reviews are reliably mixed. There is always the potential for horror…

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