Norton 360 Gold Edition AntiVirus and Internet Security with KNOWHOW Cloud Storage 500 GB Backup for £39.00 @ Currys
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Norton 360 Gold Edition AntiVirus and Internet Security with KNOWHOW Cloud Storage 500 GB Backup for £39.00 @ Currys

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Found 22nd Jul 2013
I was searching to renew my Norton 360 protection as it expired and came across this on Currys. Comes with a whopping 500GB cloud storage and protection for up to 3 PC's. Really good deal as it normally goes for £89.99 so I definitely recommend this. All comments appreciated.

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This is a good price if you need the storage, I renewed my Norton 360 yesterday, automatic renewal price £60, after digging round found a 'upgrade' price of £29.99 on their offers page, so with help from online chat bought at this price & added remaining days of existing contract.

A lot of messing around as I argued that loyalty exploited etc etc so they gave me a discount on top!

Sadly that link page has gone today, so you need to shop around, such as play @ £30 for v6...
play.com/PC/…tml?_$ja=tsid%3a13315%7ccat%3a35327264%7cprd%3a35327264

If anything is going to end the UK heatwave, it's a Norton AV deal...brrrr.

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ro53ben

If anything is going to end the UK heatwave, it's a Norton AV … If anything is going to end the UK heatwave, it's a Norton AV deal...brrrr.



Ha ha! Love it!

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c9off

This is a good price if you need the storage, I renewed my Norton 360 … This is a good price if you need the storage, I renewed my Norton 360 yesterday, automatic renewal price £60, after digging round found a 'upgrade' price of £29.99 on their offers page, so with help from online chat bought at this price & added remaining days of existing contract.A lot of messing around as I argued that loyalty exploited etc etc so they gave me a discount on top!Sadly that link page has gone today, so you need to shop around, such as play @ £30 for v6...http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/35327264/680947839/Norton-360-V6-0-1-User-3-PC-S-1-Year-Subscription/ListingDetails.html?_$ja=tsid%3a13315%7ccat%3a35327264%7cprd%3a35327264



Thanks for the link. Really appreciate the help. I agree with what you say, if you need the storage it's a good deal considering the cloud storage alone costs £30.

I really don't understand the appeal of Norton Internet Security.
What's wrong with Microsoft Security Essentials, Windows Firewall & Common Sense?

Norton is so intrusive too.
This is a Virus. That is Malware. This file contains a Trojan. Watch out for that Keygen.

Can't stand the thing.

In reality, most of the people who buy Norton shouldn't be allowed to use a computer

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ro53ben

In reality, most of the people who buy Norton shouldn't be allowed to use … In reality, most of the people who buy Norton shouldn't be allowed to use a computer



I disagree though. I never understand why people don't get on with it. I admit it's hard to use but if you have a computer, you should be intelligent enough to be able to use it. What's your take on it?

In my experience, if you understand how to use Norton effectively, then you don't actually need it.

In the category of "protecting stupid people from themselves" it fails miserably.

It constantly asks people if they want to trust certain traffic but, as a general rule, they don't actually know the answer to the question. The safe answer is no, block it, but then they block things like software updated which, ironically, have been released to secure their machine. They end up with old versions of java etc. and their machine becomes easy to compromise.

It doesn't constantly ask anything. You install it and leave it alone. It only pops up when its removed a threat to quarantine. If you want your keygen full of Trojans back again, you can override it so you can activate your pirated software.

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ro53ben

In my experience, if you understand how to use Norton effectively, then … In my experience, if you understand how to use Norton effectively, then you don't actually need it.In the category of "protecting stupid people from themselves" it fails miserably.It constantly asks people if they want to trust certain traffic but, as a general rule, they don't actually know the answer to the question. The safe answer is no, block it, but then they block things like software updated which, ironically, have been released to secure their machine. They end up with old versions of java etc. and their machine becomes easy to compromise.



But when you use it correctly and disregard the 'silly questions,' it provides, what I think is one of the best and most reassuring antivirus protection that's offered. With Norton, I feel heavily secured and have no problem with pop up here and there. I've been using it for three years now and not once have I come across a problem that it can't solve, and that's coming from someone who enjoys downloading things just for fun! :P
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