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£9.99 @ Norton - Symantec
Norton Security Deluxe £9.99 using code NSUK20OFF plus a extra 30% cashback through Quidco. Other Norton Products availble Read More
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Norton Security Deluxe £9.99 using code NSUK20OFF plus a extra 30% cashback through Quidco.
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Great price thanks.

Forget all the haters, they're stuck in the past, the tests speak for themselves.

Ordered.

https://www.av-test.org/en/antivirus/home-windows

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


Edited By: MitchellT on Aug 07, 2016 17:08
5 Likes
LOL !! Norton is a great product ! Always gives me a chuckle listening to the rubbish spouted by people who have no idea what they are talking about .... Oh ... What makes me qualified ? 20 Years working in IT ...

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#1
Far too expensive.
2 Likes #2
If they paid you to use it, it would still be far too expensive... It can't protect its self let alone anything or anyone elsewhere...
1 Like #3
Far too often over the years, Norton has been proven to be full of holes. On some occasions it's actually been the attack vector. And what it actually does is sooooo opaque, IMHO it's more marketing and brand than product. Oh, and it slows your PC to a crawl.

AVG, Avira, BitDefender, Windows Defender (and several more) all offer free versions with at least as good protection.
5 Likes #4
LOL !! Norton is a great product ! Always gives me a chuckle listening to the rubbish spouted by people who have no idea what they are talking about .... Oh ... What makes me qualified ? 20 Years working in IT ...
1 Like #5
Reaper222
LOL !! Norton is a great product ! Always gives me a chuckle listening to the rubbish spouted by people who have no idea what they are talking about .... Oh ... What makes me qualified ? 20 Years working in IT ...

Yeah buddy, you keep telling yourself that.
1 Like #6
If you want/like Norton this is a good price.
BUT
The subscription starts as soon as you purchase NOT when you install or first use, so no good if you want to purchase and save for when your current sub runs out.
Remember to unsubscribe from Auto-renewal.
Oh and the discount code only seems to work on the 5 device version.

Edited By: rarrar on Aug 07, 2016 16:16
2 Likes #7
Reaper222
LOL !! Norton is a great product ! Always gives me a chuckle listening to the rubbish spouted by people who have no idea what they are talking about .... Oh ... What makes me qualified ? 20 Years working in IT ...


I'm glad you don't work in my IT department as you clearly have no idea what your talking about....
1 Like #8
Resource hungry! Wasn't there even a 3rd party uninstall tool? Lol

Edited By: matthahnsmail on Aug 07, 2016 17:06: Error
6 Likes #9
Great price thanks.

Forget all the haters, they're stuck in the past, the tests speak for themselves.

Ordered.

https://www.av-test.org/en/antivirus/home-windows

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


Edited By: MitchellT on Aug 07, 2016 17:08
#10
rarrar
If you want/like Norton this is a good price.
BUT
The subscription starts as soon as you purchase NOT when you install or first use, so no good if you want to purchase and save for when your current sub runs out.
Has it worked for anyone with 5 devices discount code last time can get ebay for ten pounds with both discounts well worth it !
Remember to unsubscribe from Auto-renewal.
Oh and the discount code only seems to work on the 5 device version.
#11
cant see where to put the code :|
1 Like #12
daz1969
cant see where to put the code :|
under the price on the right hand side" apply coupon code"
1 Like #13
Reaper222
LOL !! Norton is a great product ! Always gives me a chuckle listening to the rubbish spouted by people who have no idea what they are talking about .... Oh ... What makes me qualified ? 20 Years working in IT ...
Joined 7th August (today). Hi Norton employee.
1 Like #14
MitchellT
Great price thanks.

Forget all the haters, they're stuck in the past, the tests speak for themselves.

Ordered.

https://www.av-test.org/en/antivirus/home-windows

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



What a load of tosh! Google recent floors and vulnerabilities, it won't be hard there are loads, it's as secure as an unlocked shed, in fact the shed is more secure....
3 Likes #15
intuder
MitchellT
Great price thanks.

Forget all the haters, they're stuck in the past, the tests speak for themselves.

Ordered.

https://www.av-test.org/en/antivirus/home-windows

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



What a load of tosh! Google recent floors and vulnerabilities, it won't be hard there are loads, it's as secure as an unlocked shed, in fact the shed is more secure....


What about ceilings? Does Norton have ceilings as well?
#16
MitchellT
Great price thanks.
Forget all the haters, they're stuck in the past, the tests speak for themselves.
Ordered.https://www.av-test.org/en/antivirus/home-windowshttp://www.av-comparatives.org/

Yeah, if by stuck in the past you mean 10 days ago.

https://www.symantec.com/security_response/securityupdates/detail.jsp?fid=security_advisory&pvid=security_advisory&year=&suid=20160628_00
#17

Erm, did you actually check those sources before you posted? Symantec Norton products have not been tested at AV-Comparatives since 2013. oO
3 Likes #18
Reaper222
LOL !! Norton is a great product ! Always gives me a chuckle listening to the rubbish spouted by people who have no idea what they are talking about .... Oh ... What makes me qualified ? 20 Years working in IT ...

using Symantec enterprise products at work. No complaints here either.
The support is also second to none
3 Likes #19
Great price and great product, I've been using this for years and it's always protected my computer perfectly.
#20
intuder
MitchellT
Great price thanks.
Forget all the haters, they're stuck in the past, the tests speak for themselves.
Ordered.https://www.av-test.org/en/antivirus/home-windowshttp://www.av-comparatives.org/
What a load of tosh! Google recent floors and vulnerabilities, it won't be hard there are loads, it's as secure as an unlocked shed, in fact the shed is more secure....
Did give me a bit of a laugh, i think you meant flaws and vulnerabilities.
I get that on my phone sometimes, when doing texts, odd words pop into the paragraph.
2 Likes #21
The type of person who buys Norton Antivirus also buys iTunes vouchers and responds to emails from Nigerian Princes. Terrible product. Voted cold.

Get yourself AVG for free.
#22
This is the best thread this week. Thank you all for a great read. X)
#23
roycom
Erm, did you actually check those sources before you posted? Symantec Norton products have not been tested at AV-Comparatives since 2013. oO

Yes, I posted the AV-Comparatives link for the comparison of other products that have been mentioned above.

GuigsyUK
Far too often over the years, Norton has been proven to be full of holes. On some occasions it's actually been the attack vector. And what it actually does is sooooo opaque, IMHO it's more marketing and brand than product. Oh, and it slows your PC to a crawl.
AVG, Avira, BitDefender, Windows Defender (and several more) all offer free versions with at least as good protection.
1 Like #24
Wow.... any AV is only as good as it's last update no matter what you use
Tests results are only good for that day... AV are always playing catchup and the hackers/scammers are getting better and the equipment they use is getting faster/smaller/mobile/scans more in depth/and cheaper to produce...

But most of all.. they are getting better at tricking you into giving the rest of the info they need to scam you
If you really want to be safe... don't go on the internet and move to another planet ;)
1 Like #25
rarrar
If you want/like Norton this is a good price.
BUT
The subscription starts as soon as you purchase NOT when you install or first use, so no good if you want to purchase and save for when your current sub runs out.
Remember to unsubscribe from Auto-renewal.
Oh and the discount code only seems to work on the 5 device version.

It is a good price indeed ,however the subscription doesnt start soon as you purchase it i, ,if you download it fro the link and install it ,yes ofcourse, how do i know ? Because i still use subscriptions purchsed in 2012, it will be upgraded to the latest equal product available, eg: norton 360 ,security .etc..
Wbout resource hugging some users keep commenting on " slows PC to a crawl" lol to that must be using 20 year old pc's even if i run a full scan with all the realtime modules and services running they dont take up more than a total 6% of cpu and 40 MB of ram this is on a first generation i5 , but each to their own of course, i have no problem with using norton/symantec ,their products had major problems in late 90's early 2000's not anymore, that being said google found a flaw less than 2 weeks ago in their product , i always use this product or any anti virus combined with mawarebytes (MBAM)but beware malware bytes scan will use far more resources , how ever it is very good at detecting "pup"programs and websites promoting pop ups and adware,
This is my own opinion and experiencejust sharing it here hope it helps some one , cheers
1 Like #26
alan2simms
rarrar
If you want/like Norton this is a good price.
BUT
The subscription starts as soon as you purchase NOT when you install or first use, so no good if you want to purchase and save for when your current sub runs out.
Remember to unsubscribe from Auto-renewal.
Oh and the discount code only seems to work on the 5 device version.

It is a good price indeed ,however the subscription doesnt start soon as you purchase it i, ,if you download it fro the link and install it ,yes ofcourse, how do i know ? Because i still use subscriptions purchsed in 2012, it will be upgraded to the latest equal product available, eg: norton 360 ,security .etc..
Wbout resource hugging some users keep commenting on " slows PC to a crawl" lol to that must be using 20 year old pc's even if i run a full scan with all the realtime modules and services running they dont take up more than a total 6% of cpu and 40 MB of ram this is on a first generation i5 , but each to their own of course, i have no problem with using norton/symantec ,their products had major problems in late 90's early 2000's not anymore, that being said google found a flaw less than 2 weeks ago in their product , i always use this product or any anti virus combined with mawarebytes (MBAM)but beware malware bytes scan will use far more resources , how ever it is very good at detecting "pup"programs and websites promoting pop ups and adware,
This is my own opinion and experiencejust sharing it here hope it helps some one , cheers





I agree, most of the morons who say it slows down your PC are either running some crap Windows 98 PC or are just relaying utter **** they have read from 10 years ago. I have a £600 laptop which is by no way top of the line and I run Norton Internet security, malwarebytes and searchbot all at once and I don't even notice a slight slow down. If you want to pass on a killer deal like this because you are misinformed then that's fine, enjoy paying extra or nothing at all if your a cheap ass.
2 Likes #27
Plenty of us cheap asses on HUKD.

You enjoy your subscription though eh ;)

Edited By: Cribbs on Aug 08, 2016 17:10
#28
Cribbs

Plenty of us cheap asses on HUKD.

You enjoy your subscription though eh ;)


Enjoy the free crap that lets your online credentials get stolen and sold online :)
#29
duction

Enjoy the free crap that lets your online credentials get stolen and sold online :)

#Project fear
1 Like #30
40% off quidco now with 20 pound off voucher customer services will extend number of days with chat online for free.
#31
alan2simms
rarrar
If you want/like Norton this is a good price.
BUT
The subscription starts as soon as you purchase NOT when you install or first use, so no good if you want to purchase and save for when your current sub runs out.
Remember to unsubscribe from Auto-renewal.
Oh and the discount code only seems to work on the 5 device version.
It is a good price indeed ,however the subscription doesnt start soon as you purchase it i, ,if you download it fro the link and install it ,yes ofcourse, how do i know ? Because i still use subscriptions purchsed in 2012, it will be upgraded to the latest equal product available, eg: norton 360 ,security .etc..
Wbout resource hugging some users keep commenting on " slows PC to a crawl" lol to that must be using 20 year old pc's even if i run a full scan with all the realtime modules and services running they dont take up more than a total 6% of cpu and 40 MB of ram this is on a first generation i5 , but each to their own of course, i have no problem with using norton/symantec ,their products had major problems in late 90's early 2000's not anymore, that being said google found a flaw less than 2 weeks ago in their product , i always use this product or any anti virus combined with mawarebytes (MBAM)but beware malware bytes scan will use far more resources , how ever it is very good at detecting "pup"programs and websites promoting pop ups and adware,
This is my own opinion and experiencejust sharing it here hope it helps some one , cheers

In the past I have used "old "subs which only start when installed.
However if you start the purchase on this version it warns you that the subscription starts on "completion of purchase".
#32
Just picked this up. Thanks. I had a warning about auto renewing next year, so must remember to turn that off.
#33
Cribbs
duction

Enjoy the free crap that lets your online credentials get stolen and sold online :)

#Project fear


#cluless

Edited By: duction on Aug 10, 2016 08:41: .
1 Like #34
duction
Cribbs
duction

Enjoy the free crap that lets your online credentials get stolen and sold online :)
#Project fear
#cluless

A fool and his money are easily parted.
#35
Couldn't of said it better myself, enjoy the bank fraud.
#36
duction
Couldn't of said it better myself, enjoy the bank fraud.

Mate, do what you want, I don't care. If you think it's a good deal and totally necessary, go buy it. You don't need to try and convince me it's a decent product.
1 Like #37
Avast is free and does a far better job of protecting your PC
#38
PowerPantsPete
This is the best thread this week. Thank you all for a great read. X)


Damn I missed out :(
#39
rarrar
alan2simms
rarrar
If you want/like Norton this is a good price.
BUT
The subscription starts as soon as you purchase NOT when you install or first use, so no good if you want to purchase and save for when your current sub runs out.
Remember to unsubscribe from Auto-renewal.
Oh and the discount code only seems to work on the 5 device version.
It is a good price indeed ,however the subscription doesnt start soon as you purchase it i, ,if you download it fro the link and install it ,yes ofcourse, how do i know ? Because i still use subscriptions purchsed in 2012, it will be upgraded to the latest equal product available, eg: norton 360 ,security .etc..
Wbout resource hugging some users keep commenting on " slows PC to a crawl" lol to that must be using 20 year old pc's even if i run a full scan with all the realtime modules and services running they dont take up more than a total 6% of cpu and 40 MB of ram this is on a first generation i5 , but each to their own of course, i have no problem with using norton/symantec ,their products had major problems in late 90's early 2000's not anymore, that being said google found a flaw less than 2 weeks ago in their product , i always use this product or any anti virus combined with mawarebytes (MBAM)but beware malware bytes scan will use far more resources , how ever it is very good at detecting "pup"programs and websites promoting pop ups and adware,
This is my own opinion and experiencejust sharing it here hope it helps some one , cheers
In the past I have used "old "subs which only start when installed.
However if you start the purchase on this version it warns you that the subscription starts on "completion of purchase".
that's weird i purchased 2 didn't get that message, i wonder if anyone else who purchased can confirm, after your message i contacted support i have been assured that this is not the case, to prove it in any case if it happens they have sent me an email confirmation as verification .thanks for the reply again,
#40
Used, thanks

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