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Norton 360 2014 ver 21.0 for 1 PC £9.99 Sold by Market Retail Software and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Just had my Norton subscription expire on me. This was the cheapest I could find 360 2014 ver 21.0. Single PC cover for just £9.99! I know people will vote cold on this because they hate Norton, bu… Read More
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Just had my Norton subscription expire on me. This was the cheapest I could find 360 2014 ver 21.0. Single PC cover for just £9.99!

I know people will vote cold on this because they hate Norton, but actually the price is very good!
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#1
Great price if you only have one machine to cover.
#2
You can always buy more than 1 at this price.
#3
what about mac? :(
#4
I quite like Norton. I made the mistake and went with McAfee last Christmas and I can wait for the subscription to run out. Awful programme that really slows your PC down. I installed it on my Dell quad core and my wifes touch screen notepad and have regretted it ever since. I had Norton previously and it was great. No slow down and ran harmlessly in the background without popping up every 5 mins to tell you unimportant stuff. It wasnt the 360 version though so I dont know what that is like. But i will definitely be heading back to Norton as soon as I can find a good deal for 2 PC's
#5
Heat, great deal.
#6
[quote=1goodfella]I quite like Norton. I made the mistake and went with McAfee last Christmas and I can wait for the subscription to run out. Awful programme that really slows your PC down.

You need Removal tool (MCPR) which you can search for to remove McAfee. I had it free via bank and it killed my Notebook was going to swap drive to SSD but removed this and runs great now. Put Microsoft virus prog on it. Main Pc 's run 360.
#7
Wot about avg pro
#8
Same here, I was given McAfee with Sky and it uses 100% of pc and everything just stops. Had Norton prior to that and never had any problems
#9
1goodfella
I quite like Norton. I made the mistake and went with McAfee last Christmas and I can wait for the subscription to run out. Awful programme that really slows your PC down. I installed it on my Dell quad core and my wifes touch screen notepad and have regretted it ever since. I had Norton previously and it was great. No slow down and ran harmlessly in the background without popping up every 5 mins to tell you unimportant stuff. It wasnt the 360 version though so I dont know what that is like. But i will definitely be heading back to Norton as soon as I can find a good deal for 2 PC's
Terrible indeed and good luck with removing it. It's a bitch to do. I had to remove it on a lot of computers and even tho I went to remove it, there was always a file still on keeping the CPU up way too high
#10
OK price for one PC. Heat :)

Also, Norton 360 is a great program and one that is constantly shot down for past mistakes. It really shouldn't be.

10 years ago Norton was a bloated resource hog that was forever unstable. This reputation seems to linger like a bad smell, but it couldn't be further from the truth these days.

Today Norton is light, unobtrusive and very good at what it is supposed to do. Anyone who tells you differently either does not know what they are talking about or has a weak or misconfigured system.

Is the Anti-Virus No.1? No, but it comes out pretty close on most tests and some, including Symantec themselves, argue that these tests do not fully mimic real-life situations, which in many cases is very true. Meaning if you install N360 on a clean computer, you can rest assured that you are as safe as you can be without any skills or knowledge in the security domain, or knowing how to manually configure security programs and/or network devices. You also need to remember that your Anti-Virus program is yous last line of defense and only useful once your system is compromised. That means if your AV program finds a threat, it has already made it onto your system and has probably already run, or is currently running. This is never good. Prevention is better than cure!

Norton is very very good at blocking malicious applications getting onto your system, before they have a chance to run and cause any damage or loss.

Norton firewall is great for people who don't want to (or know how to) configure a firewall manually. Everything is setup automatically, silently and intelligently. You will be pushed to find a better firewall without any manual configuration. It is also light on resources and very unobtrusive.

N360 also comes with a plethora of other features spanning system security and maintenance and they are mostly very good.

One feature that is widely unknown but I believe everyone who uses N360 should take some time to learn and use is network "Trust Control" which allows you to manually configure how other computers on the same network can connect with yours. This is great on public networks or networks you do not entirely trust and it works brilliantly. If your the type that understands how easy your Wi-Fi can be hacked, this feature will give you piece of mind that the teenager down the street can't get onto your system or into your files, even if they get onto your network. It adds a new layer of protection that is much harder to bypass than most regular setups.

N360 is a solid, top end product that should not be scoffed at by any means. Just remember you can never rely on just one program for all your security needs. Something like MalwareBytes Anti-Malware is a great secondary worth checking out.

Getting a little off topic here, but if you want to stay safe online, start at your browser. For example, a stock install of Firefox with "Ad-Block Plus", "WOT", "NoScript" and "Self Destructing Cookies" extensions installed will keep you safe in most situations. This is your first line of defense. A couple of these will need configuring for sites you trust, but it is definitely worth the time and effort, which isn't really that much. Maybe skip "NoScript" altogether if you are a technophobe or irritated by apps that need configuration, otherwise you may find it a bit of a nuisance. If you install Self Destructing Cookies, make sure you white-list sites you visit regularly, or you can loose things like the content of your shopping basket or your logged in status if you navigate away from the page.

Edited By: B1gD4ddy27 on Dec 21, 2014 16:58
#11
Can this be used on laptop
#12
If it is running Windows, then yes.
#13
Heat, very good deal.
I'm not sure, but I think it can be updated to version 2015
#14
There is no Norton 360 2015, well not exactly. The suite of Norton products (AV, NIS, 360, etc.) is getting merged into a single service named Norton Security. It is basically Norton 360 with some features removed.
#15
B1gD4ddy27
OK price for one PC. Heat :)

Also, Norton 360 is a great program and one that is constantly shot down for past mistakes. It really shouldn't be.

10 years ago Norton was a bloated resource hog that was forever unstable. This reputation seems to linger like a bad smell, but it couldn't be further from the truth these days.

Today Norton is light, unobtrusive and very good at what it is supposed to do. Anyone who tells you differently either does not know what they are talking about or has a weak or misconfigured system.

Is the Anti-Virus No.1? No, but it comes out pretty close on most tests and some, including Symantec themselves, argue that these tests do not fully mimic real-life situations, which in many cases is very true. Meaning if you install N360 on a clean computer, you can rest assured that you are as safe as you can be without any skills or knowledge in the security domain, or knowing how to manually configure security programs and/or network devices. You also need to remember that your Anti-Virus program is yous last line of defense and only useful once your system is compromised. That means if your AV program finds a threat, it has already made it onto your system and has probably already run, or is currently running. This is never good. Prevention is better than cure!

Norton is very very good at blocking malicious applications getting onto your system, before they have a chance to run and cause any damage or loss.

Norton firewall is great for people who don't want to (or know how to) configure a firewall manually. Everything is setup automatically, silently and intelligently. You will be pushed to find a better firewall without any manual configuration. It is also light on resources and very unobtrusive.

N360 also comes with a plethora of other features spanning system security and maintenance and they are mostly very good.

One feature that is widely unknown but I believe everyone who uses N360 should take some time to learn and use is network "Trust Control" which allows you to manually configure how other computers on the same network can connect with yours. This is great on public networks or networks you do not entirely trust and it works brilliantly. If your the type that understands how easy your Wi-Fi can be hacked, this feature will give you piece of mind that the teenager down the street can't get onto your system or into your files, even if they get onto your network. It adds a new layer of protection that is much harder to bypass than most regular setups.

N360 is a solid, top end product that should not be scoffed at by any means. Just remember you can never rely on just one program for all your security needs. Something like MalwareBytes Anti-Malware is a great secondary worth checking out.

Getting a little off topic here, but if you want to stay safe online, start at your browser. For example, a stock install of Firefox with "Ad-Block Plus", "WOT", "NoScript" and "Self Destructing Cookies" extensions installed will keep you safe in most situations. This is your first line of defense. A couple of these will need configuring for sites you trust, but it is definitely worth the time and effort, which isn't really that much. Maybe skip "NoScript" altogether if you are a technophobe or irritated by apps that need configuration, otherwise you may find it a bit of a nuisance. If you install Self Destructing Cookies, make sure you white-list sites you visit regularly, or you can loose things like the content of your shopping basket or your logged in status if you navigate away from the page.

I think the reason this is cold is that it costs money when there are comparable alternatives which are free, rather than norton itself being bad (which I can't comment on, haven't had it since the olden days).

edit: when I say cold I mean its currently negative. I'm not voting because I don't really know

Edited By: soRahms on Dec 21, 2014 23:18
#16
There are no free products that offer what N360 does as a whole package.
#17
Siddy
[quote=1goodfella]I quite like Norton. I made the mistake and went with McAfee last Christmas and I can wait for the subscription to run out. Awful programme that really slows your PC down.

You need Removal tool (MCPR) which you can search for to remove McAfee. I had it free via bank and it killed my Notebook was going to swap drive to SSD but removed this and runs great now. Put Microsoft virus prog on it. Main Pc 's run 360.

Thanks for the advice Siddy. McAfee subscription ends in 5 days so I will give the removal tool a bash and go back to Norton.
#18
I order these yesterday afternoon and have them delivered today on the supersaver option free.
1 Like #19
Thanks OP for the spot! Had been relying on 360 licences bought at double discounts from a couple of years back that were finally due to run out on 1st January, so keeping main PC going with 360 at this price was irresistible, especially as Barclays paid half :)
#20
In case it helps anyone else: I had a "360 x 3 devices" licence going with it installed (inter alia) on my main PC. Today when then the 366 day licence expired, I was not 100% sure it would just take this purchased "360 x 1 device" Product Key to renew (ie just that 1 device) but it has just accepted the code without any hassle, requiring me to log into MyNortonAccount to complete the activation.

At some stage in 2015 it seems likely that our 360 will be up-/side-graded to their new rationalised/streamlined product ie Norton Security suite. In the last few days, I read one of their FAQs on that topic from Sep 2014 but can't find it right now to link to.

On 1/1 was showing none left but 3/1 see it's listed as available again still at £9.99, If I didn't know Norton had moved on to a new product I'd probably buy another for 2016, but think too risky to keep a product key licence unused in the circumstances.



Edited By: mk-donald on Jan 03, 2015 18:26: Available again

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