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Hi Guys, this is site that educates individuals that are in software retail about Norton's products, It provides users with a NOT FOR RETAIL copy of Norton 360v4 for 1 year and NIS 2010 in return for few quiz's about product knowledge.

THEY ARE BOTH 1 LICENSES FOR 1 YEAR.

https://www.nortonportal.com

"The following license key for a NOT FOR RETAIL copy of Norton is an exclusive Norton Partner Portal benefit and entitles for only one download per Reseller (Primary Contact) during the Term of the Norton Partner Portal Program. Symantec reserves the right to verify if Resellers download the NFR copy of Norton 360 Version 4.0 more than once and to exclude from this Program any Reseller which downloads more than one NFR copy, as per Clause 10.4.1 of the Norton Partner Portal Program Terms and Conditions"

THEY WILL CHECK SO PLEASE DO NOT APPLY IF YOU ARE NOT A RESELLER OR IN SOFTWARE SALES, IT TAKES ROUGHLY 2-3 DAYS FOR VERIFICATION.
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#1
What site ?
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its a virus....good luck trying to uninstall
#3
royals
its a virus....good luck trying to uninstall

ROTFLMAO

but its one of the very few good ones that still manages to get ppl to buy it :)
#4
There is nothing wrong with the current Norton range of products. For all the Norton hater comments it's worth checking the facts out first. Installation takes less than 1 minute, it's very light, detection rate is spot on and if you need to uninstall there are none of the old problems pre-2009.

regarding this 'deal' I am not really sure that it should be posted as a free deal because the Norton Partner portal is for software resellers that qualify, and then like most reseller portals there are products available NFR. The Symantec business range offer the same, with Symantec Antivirus, Backup etc etc.

I would say the deal is cold as it's not technically a deal. However Norton have the thumbs up from me for since late 2008 when the 2009 products rolled out, and having tested most on the market they still continue to come tops for me with the current 2010 range.

Steve
#5
I work with a company who supply SEP 11 (over 1200 sites, around 60,000 stations) , we are constantly passing virises/trojans to symantec which are already being picked up by other AV programs.

Some of these are similar stems of the same virus, very annoying having to wait until we send the virus back to symantec, when the others have had the defs out for weeks already.

Usually end up using Malwarebytes to obtain the files and to remove after sending the files to symantec.
#6
freebiehunter
There is nothing wrong with the current Norton range of products. For all the Norton hater comments it's worth checking the facts out first. Installation takes less than 1 minute, it's very light, detection rate is spot on and if you need to uninstall there are none of the old problems pre-2009.regarding this 'deal' I am not really sure that it should be posted as a free deal because the Norton Partner portal is for software resellers that qualify, and then like most reseller portals there are products available NFR. The Symantec business range offer the same, with Symantec Antivirus, Backup etc etc.I would say the deal is cold as it's not technically a deal. However Norton have the thumbs up from me for since late 2008 when the 2009 products rolled out, and having tested most on the market they still continue to come tops for me with the current 2010 range.Steve


you dont know what you are talking about

i did install as it was free onh 6 computers/laptops

it ground all down as its a poorly written piece of software...as unfortunately alot are nowadays

have you tried to uninstall - no i thought not.....just because the uninstall works doesnt mean its successful......hell, you dont even need to check the registry - just check your c: drive / install drive to see whats left behind....like a dog with the runs

its terrible, but better than most of the older versions...but then that isnt hard is it
#7
flintstone
I work with a company who supply SEP 11 (over 1200 sites, around 60,000 stations) , we are constantly passing virises/trojans to symantec which are already being picked up by other AV programs.Some of these are similar stems of the same virus, very annoying having to wait until we send the virus back to symantec, when the others have had the defs out for weeks already.Usually end up using Malwarebytes to obtain the files and to remove after sending the files to symantec.

agreed, symantec are so slow....when i was working @ vodafone we were partly hit by a nasty virus ......I found a fix online within 1 hour from another av provider and a guy in one of the fix teams confirm it as safe and successful - we implemented the issue under my direction within 4 hours - symantec provided a fix 2 days later lol! we changed av provider after that...ridiculous
#8
i have been using avast free on my desktops/laptops for the past 7-8 years....its not perfect but it uses low resources and i havent had a virus for 7-8 years

i use a paid version of avast on my windows home server though its not essential - more piece of mind
#9
royals
freebiehunter
There is nothing wrong with the current Norton range of products. For all the Norton hater comments it's worth checking the facts out first. Installation takes less than 1 minute, it's very light, detection rate is spot on and if you need to uninstall there are none of the old problems pre-2009.regarding this 'deal' I am not really sure that it should be posted as a free deal because the Norton Partner portal is for software resellers that qualify, and then like most reseller portals there are products available NFR. The Symantec business range offer the same, with Symantec Antivirus, Backup etc etc.I would say the deal is cold as it's not technically a deal. However Norton have the thumbs up from me for since late 2008 when the 2009 products rolled out, and having tested most on the market they still continue to come tops for me with the current 2010 range.Steve
you dont know what you are talking abouti did install as it was free onh 6 computers/laptopsit ground all down as its a poorly written piece of software...as unfortunately alot are nowadayshave you tried to uninstall - no i thought not.....just because the uninstall works doesnt mean its successful......hell, you dont even need to check the registry - just check your c: drive / install drive to see whats left behind....like a dog with the runs its terrible, but better than most of the older versions...but then that isnt hard is it

Excuse me... You can have your own opinion, but please don't tell me that I don't know what I am talking about. Thank you.
#10
AVG Free and some common sense when downloading stuff works fine for me thanks.
#11
nebno6
AVG Free and some common sense when downloading stuff works fine for me thanks.


+1
#12
AVG is terrible in terms of simple virus detection... more false positives than real viruses!

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