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Norton Internet Security 2008 - £24.99 In-Store

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9y, 4w agoFound 9 years, 4 weeks ago
Just bought the Norton Internet Security 2008 Upgrade from PC World at £39.99 then went to Staples and found the full Norton Internet Security 2008 for £24.99 which costs £49.99 at PC World and many other retailers.

PC World have a 110% refund guarantee also so if you can be bothered you could end up getting it for £20.
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Ok if you want your system to slow down , not the best firewall around , if you want a good firewall go for Kaspersky
Norton is also known for missing viruses on your computer. Your better off with AVG free. They do anything to try and sell these.
I used to use norton, now i use AVG which is not only free but picks up more viruses and doesnt slow my comp down so much
Agreed - go for a free one!! Personally I use Avast which I have found excellent. You can download from [URL=""][/URL]
anything cheaper than this.. i'd probably consider buyin it.. but not at this price.. also the comments above.. i rather use AVG!
I used Mcafee for years despite people telling me not to, but I thought it's well known.

Then I downloaded Avast instead.

My god it's so much better! And it doesn't slow down the system unlike Mcafee!

Windows Firewall and Avast are good enough for most people.
This costs retailers in the region of 13quid per copy, iirc. RRP = 49.99 or 59.99 = massive margins :w00t:
Makes your PC run real slooooooooooooooooooooooooow!
>Windows Firewall is good enough for most people.

The Windows Firewall in Windows XP is NOT very good (the one in Vista is better).

The Windows Firewall in XP checks for things coming IN from the internet but not going OUT to the internet (which is just as important).

Zone Alarm do an excellent free firewall that checks both inbound and outbound traffic.
As before I think Norton is fairly decent in terms of what it does but it system demands are ridiculous. Best to avoid

Oh btw just for info I use AVG anti-virus + COMODO firewall combo
I think Natwest are still doing free 12 month licenses for McAfee Security Center.

And I know RBS are doing them, I get a message everytime I log into my online banking telling me it.
I pay NOTHING for my PC security and never had a problem.

I use:

* AVG Anti Virus.

* Zone Alarm Firewall.,7228-order,1-page,1-c,firewalls/description.html

* AdAware (for spyware).

* WinPatrol (for monitoring your PC to make sure nobody is trying to install a program "under the covers" or change any of your PC or Internet settings without you knowing.

Although there are chargable versions of the above products I use genuine free versions so pay nothing for my PC security.
Worst security software ever. It also interferes with Microsoft Office development and using ODBC.
I never recommend this, always recommend AVG Free antivirus and now their anti-spyware.

For firewall, I found Sygate the best, I had problems using Zone Alarm and their vector engine.

Go to [url][/url] for latest downloads of even more software, not just the ones listed.

All s/w I use is free!!!
I have to agree with the comments above it should be called Norton Bloatware. Avoid.
Aggy has made a great list of FREE internet security etc

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