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Total Package cost £63.97

Bundles includes Norton Internet Security 1user , Swiss Air 15.4" Laptop Carry Case in Black and a SAITEK USB laptop mouse - Vanilla. Total RRP if individually purchased would be £63.97inc vat. Hurry - bundle stock is limited and this offer will be available strictly whilst stocks last.

Norton Internet Security 2009

USB format - suitable for netbooks, laptops and desktop PC's. This product is available at HALF PRICE when bought with any laptop, netbook or desktop PC until September 30th 2009.

SMART SECURITY, ENGINEERED FOR SPEED

Norton Internet Security 2009, the fastest, lightest on your PC and most up-to-the-minute security suite available, protects against all types of online threats. It safeguards your computer, identity, and home network without slowing you down. Completely reengineered for faster, fewer scans and rapid updates, it sets a new standard for speed and makes online shopping, banking, and browsing safer and more convenient than ever.

The Norton Protection System is a multilayered system of technologies that work in concert to stop threats before they impact you. Relying on the intelligence-driven Norton Insight technology, it targets only those files at risk, resulting in shorter and fewer scans. Industry-leading browser protection safeguards you from Web-based attacks. And Pulse Updates every 5 to 15 minutes deliver the latest updates faster than anyone else. Key technologies include:

Antivirus Antispyware Two-way firewall Identity protection Antiphishing Bot protection Rootkit detection Browser protection Intrusion prevention OS and application protection Web site authentication Network monitoring Pulse Updates Norton Insight technologies SONAR behavioral protection Antispam Parental Controls Recovery Tool

Swiss Travel Laptop Case

The most economic notebook carrying solution for any user seeking great value for his money.

Swiss Travel make high quality and stylish items

Colour: Black

For notebooks up to: 380 x 280 x 60 mm / 15.0 x 11.0 x 2.4 in

Outside dimensions: 450 x 2900 x 70 mm

Weight: 1.2 kg / 2.7 lb

Material: Koskin
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#1
i'm sorry but norton is the fastest way to mess up a new PC, I cant believe anyone still buys it?
#2
jazzydan58
i'm sorry but norton is the fastest way to mess up a new PC, I cant believe anyone still buys it?


I agree, personally would rather stick with something like Free AVG for virus protection.
#3
AVAST for the best antiviral protection out there. Has won Virus bulletins top awards for years now. Beats everything else.
#4
frightenedrabbit
AVAST for the best antiviral protection out there. Has won Virus bulletins top awards for years now. Beats everything else.


Have to disagree. Norton is an Excellent Product
1 Like #5
Just love these responses, you're missing the point, it isn't about AV anymore, it hasn't been for years, it's about the overall the overall protection of the threat your data!

Symantec monitor a third of the world, so they see and hear most things 1st, they therefore react 1st (Because they have to) I'm sorry but if anyone here thinks that the likes of AVG will protect you from the current threats then you are simply kidding yourselves, it would be a very naive approach.

Personally I use Kaspersky, did it come top in our tests at our (Multi Billion Pound Turnover) work or did their support come top? No, Symantec did.

Agree with the user who posted about Avast, very good, although some technical and performance issues have been seen, BUT you do need a STRONG firewall, and the good free ones IMHO are Online Armour and Sunbelt (In that order) IMHO, however, again, I have heard about stability issues with XP on Sunbelt, although this was couple of months ago, they could have coded these out.

N.B. If it feels light, that's because it is!
#6
onemattjansen
Just love these responses, you're missing the point, it isn't about AV anymore, it hasn't been for years, it's about the overall the overall protection of the threat your data!

Symantec monitor a third of the world, so they see and hear most things 1st, they therefore react 1st (Because they have to) I'm sorry but if anyone here thinks that the likes of AVG will protect you from the current threats then you are simply kidding yourselves, it would be a very naive approach.

Personally I use Kaspersky, did it come top in our tests at our (Multi Billion Pound Turnover) work or did their support come top? No, Symantec did.

Agree with the user who posted about Avast, very good, although some technical and performance issues have been seen, BUT you do need a STRONG firewall, and the good free ones IMHO are Online Armour and Sunbelt (In that order) IMHO, however, again, I have heard about stability issues with XP on Sunbelt, although this was couple of months ago, they could have coded these out.

N.B. If it feels light, that's because it is!


Never ever heard of Norton being rated highly in any test (ie top 3) and whats the point of a PC that is virus protected but so slow you cant use it? Avast and AVG are the best if you want free and I though it was pretty much a known fact now that NOD32 /ESET smart is the best you can get but you have to pay!

The only reason so many people use Norton is it gets rammed down peoples throats when you buy any PC from comet./Pcworld/currys etc pr its installed by default when you buy a new PC. Just because lots of people have something does not make it good!

Back to the deal, nice case=£20 + USB mouse £5 so it s not hot for me
#7
Norton is excellent for the lastcouple of years. Many base opinions on a few years back when the software was a bloated resource hog. No more. It is actually very good and light on resources.

However, you can pick up Norton 2010 for as little as £5. Download it free on their website. Purchase Norton 2006 or newer, say from ebay/clearance sections then use the product key to activate 2010. This is totally legitimate and can even be found on Symantec's forum.
#8
sadly reputation from years ago is what puts people off Symantec products.

However anyone who reccommends AVG free, literally hasnt a clue.
its JUST a very limited virus scanner.
and more of a resource hog than ever, it'll keep nagging you to buy it too.

if it was so great, why do they want your money???

Eset products are awesome tho
#9
I use avast AVG and Comodo firewall- both free and recommended, not just by me
#10
jazzydan58
Never ever heard of Norton being rated highly in any test (ie top 3) and whats the point of a PC that is virus protected but so slow you cant use it? Avast and AVG are the best if you want free and I though it was pretty much a known fact now that NOD32 /ESET smart is the best you can get but you have to pay!

The only reason so many people use Norton is it gets rammed down peoples throats when you buy any PC from comet./Pcworld/currys etc pr its installed by default when you buy a new PC. Just because lots of people have something does not make it good!

Back to the deal, nice case=£20 + USB mouse £5 so it s not hot for me


Okay, just for the record and in response to the "Never ever heard of Norton being rated highly in any test " (Where have you been looking???)

THE test is these independent guys said:

http://www.av-comparatives.org/

This is what they said in their Whole Product Dynamic Test:

1. Symantec and Kaspersky 99 threats blocked out of 100
3. Avira 97
4. Microsoft, Avast 96
6. G Data F Secure E set 95
9. Bitdefender 91
10 eScan 89
11 Trustport and THE FULL PAID FOR AVG =88
13. McAfee 86
Etc

The above backs up some of the more educated responses in here, and yes, if you look at a plethora of other independent tests you'll see them come out in the top 3 all the time. If you want the free version of something that is much less than joint 11th protecting your data, fill yer boots, I wouldn't advise it though.

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