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  1. I have used Norton Security for many years. I have never had issue with the product itself. However, I am very upset with the fact that if you renew your product using a „Code Key or Product download from Amazon, you will lose any remaining time on your previous product. This is done without warning. There is nothing on the product box and nothing that warns you when you click on „Renew Subscription“ from within your previous product. It wasn’t until I searched Norton’s Support Database that I came across the following reference…“If you purchased a renewal or upgrade through the expiration notices from your Norton product, the days from your old subscription are automatically added to the new one. However if you purchased Norton another way, when you install the new Norton your old subscription days do not get added to the new subscription.“ So basically Norton will rip you off because you didn’t renew through their program notices. I paid for a one year subscription and lost a full week. Consumer’s beware of this blind side when you purchase Norton’s Products.

  2. This review is just about the process of renewing your Norton subscription using a product key after purchasing the Digital Download. I have been using Norton for a few years, and I am reasonably satisfied with the product, but I have not compared it with competing products lately. Thirty days before the 1-year license expires, Norton starts popping up ever more intrusive reminders to renew, pointing you to their site, where they want $79.99 for a year. Renewing with this product on Amazon is half the price, and the renewal process is super simple. Immediately after purchasing the digital content, click on the „Your Games and Software Library Link“, and activate the product. Then copy the (long) key shown. Then in Norton security, click on Renew my subscription, then click on „I have a key“ and enter the new key. Sign into your Norton account to activate the new key, and you will have 366 more days. One slightly annoying thing is that it does not give you credit for any remaining days on your old subscription, but considering that the renewal is half-off this is not a big deal. There is no need to actually download anything or uninstall any old versions.

  3. I’ve been with Webroot for about 3-years and it’s still as good as ever and light years better then Norton. I’ve reviewed prior versions before but the renew process for it is a breeze… just open your account, type in the new number and you’re done. The only downside is your 365-days begins the day you renew and you lose whatever days you may have had left on the expiring version so if already have it and can put up up all those annoying popup reminders to renew wait until the last few days before you enter that new number.

  4. If you’re reading this you probably have already searched a variety of tech sources for the “best” antivirus software and, like me, consistently found Webroot near or at the top of the list. Buying antivirus software is one of the most dreaded computer-related task most people face … just reading the daily headlines reinforces that computer hacking is real and proper protection is necessary. You want to make the right choice in buying antivirus software but there seem to be so many negative horror stories about antivirus software. Here’s why I ended up with Webroot.The first thing I want to share is that I have been buying antivirus software for over 20 years, for business and home, and I am not married to any one brand. In fact, over time, I have bought and used nearly every brand sold. And yes, some of them were true horror stories.When WIN 10 came along I made the decision not to add any third-party protection at all to what is already part of the WIN 10 suite (Windows Defender). While most independent experts agree that Defender isn’t the best solution out there, they also agree that it is good enough for most people who use their computer for casual everyday use. Defender has the huge benefit that it has almost no negative impact on computer speed or performance and it works totally in the background and never nags or bugs you (unless there is a reason to alert you to a problem). Another major benefit of Defender is that is updates itself (in the background) so you are always assured of being protected against the latest threats.IF you want to add more protection to your computer but you like the positive benefits of Defender, Webroot is one of the best options out there.SOME THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW1. Unlike most software there isn’t really an “old or new” version of Webroot. As long as you are running one that is compatible with your computer’s operating system Webroot works like Defender in that it is really merely an interface to their online services where all the actual “smarts” are located. That is why Webroot won’t work unless you are online. You don’t have to worry about updating to a “new” version each year or doing periodic downloads because (as Webroot calls it) it is “always up to date”.2. Because Webroot doesn’t install a large number of files directly on to your computer, it utilizes very little of your computer’s resources, thus most people will probably never notice any difference in computer speed or performance.3. When the term of your license runs out you don’t have to buy a new disc and reinstall the program. Buying a new license just allows the software to continue to run for another year (or whatever the term of your license is). There is good news and bad news in that. The makers of Webroot don’t seem to have figured out how to reward existing customers who want to renew their license. Instead, when their “offer” is sent to you as your license is about to expire their “special” price is ridiculously high. I mean all they’re doing is giving you permission to use their software for another year, you would think they would/could offer you a special price for you loyalty, but no. Which forces people like me to simply buy a whole new disc from whoever has it on sale for the best price at the time. Fortunately my renewal time is around Black Friday each year and I am able to buy a whole new disc for peanuts.4. People who review Webroot usually have mostly positive things to say (except for the license renewal issue discussed above) but too many of them mention how Webroot has a nag box that appears on your screen every time you turn your computer on. Not true, or at least not fully true. Yes that will happen, but all you have to do is uncheck that feature in the advanced settings box and you will never see any messages from Webroot unless you have an intrusion alert (or your license is about to expire). The fact that Webroot doesn’t have nag boxes is one of the major reasons I prefer it over Brands X, Y and Z.5. When you first install Webroot it does a quick scan and tells you your computer is “safe”. Don’t believe it. The FIRST thing you should do is force a deep scan. Webroot makes doing that harder to find than most of their competitors. To do a deep scan, open you file manager (the screen that shows you your hard drives) and right-click on each available drive, starting with your boot drive (usually your C drive) and choose “Scan with Webroot”. Then sit back, the deep scan will take a long time, depending on how full your drive is and how fast it accesses files it can take up to a couple of hours. There will be a dialogue box with a progress bar, how many threats were detected, elapsed time, etc. It’s best not to do anything else (multitask) at the same time until the scan is completed.BOTTOM LINEThis is the third consecutive year I’ve made the conscious decision to choose Webroot over other brands of antivirus software. In that time I’ve never had a virus infect my computers, I’ve never noticed a slowdown of my computer’s performance, I’ve never been annoyed by needless advertising popups, and I’ve been able to protect 3 devices for a full year for about five-cents a day. I like that.

  5. Webroot reminds me of AVG, but is a bit more streamlined. It does it’s work in the background, and seems to do itvery well. I have been a life long Norton user ever since I learned PC-Dos (not ms-dos) from Peter Nortons book (I still have it).Over the past few years I have been getting more and more frustrated with Norton, and did not totally trust AVG, as it was a bit twitchy.So far I am pleased with Webroot after dumping Norton antivirus which was becoming too much work. Windows platforms are hard enoughto maintain without having to deal with antivirus software that you constantly have to update and scan, and comes in to load the latest version, that then asks you to send money when your existing version still has over 300 days to go.When doing web searches, Webroot will mark each with trusted, questionable, or no markings to let you know whether or not to go there.Webroot works in the background, and will always come up when you first start your computer to let you know it is working.After many tries to get an answer from webroot, the people on Amazon finally came up with what I asked: YOU CAN USE ANY UN-USED CD IN ANY YEAR which is much like Norton.At under $20.00 for 3 PC’s, I really can’t find a better deal/software, and at this price, what is stopping you from giving it a try.Addendum: Had a malware attack a couple of days ago and had to do a system restore, as it would not let me open any of my programs. It has also become more and more unstable as I get within two weeks of subscription renewal; coincidence, I DON’T THINK SO.

  6. Be very careful with this product. I am not sure what happened, but when we downloaded this file and attempted to install it on our computer, we got a fictitious warning from someone posing as a Norton representative saying that our software could not be installed because our network had been hacked and we had 16 unauthorized users on our account from a URL somewhere in Ohio. What ensued was a 3 hour scramble to clean our network and install a 3rd party anti-hacking program to protect our network…. and the whole thing turned out to be a scam. We verified with Norton direct that it was a scam, the individual we talked to was not employed by Norton, and his phone # was connected to a fraud ring in China. If you get a pop up warning like this – ignore it and call Norton direct using their bona fide phone # (found online) and not the fake one on the pop up. Note for Amazon – check this out because somehow, some way, the scammers used this software to gain access to my computer and potentially all my passwords and accounts. I have had to put a freeze on all my accounts with the credit bureaus, all my bank accounts, cancel credit cards, the works.

  7. I’ve been using Kaspersky products for nearly a decade and have the utmost faith in them.As a networking and IT Security professional, I’ve relied on Kaspersky products for years to keep myself and my clients safe. As someone that regularly handles active live viruses on his machines, I can vouch for the effectiveness of these products.As far as the government recently condemning the company, Kaspersky had obtained a copy of the NSA hacking tools and had included protection against it in the latest iterations of their product. The government accused the company of working for the Russian government immediately afterward.You don’t exactly have to be a rocket scientist to figure out why, and I guess it’s just a matter of who you trust more and who you trust less.

  8. Works great! This is a solid, reliable, and generally unobtrusive security system on which I have relied for many years. I highly recommend it. However, beware: When the charge came through, I didn’t recognize it (I forgot they collect sales tax on software downloads) — The charge for this showed up as „Prime Video“ with no mention of Amazon and a bogus telephone number. When I called the credit card company to inquire about the charge they started an inquiry. The next day I received a blunt email from Amazon demanding immediate payment from me and saying they were stopping all Amazon orders to me until they received it. I suggest they (1) identify all Amazon purchases as being from Amazon, and (2) put a working phone number on the charge, (3) at least fake some sourtesy in their stock emails. Perhaps „We are sorry…“, or „Perhaps there is some confusion…“

  9. I have used Kaspersky Total Security or Kaspersky Internet Security for a number of years. On the whole I am very happy with the Kaspersky products. One issue that I had with the 2017 version of Total Internet Security and with Kaspersky Total Security ESD that I just purchased is that Kaspersky is blocking all secure sites that I try to view with a Firefox browser. I had to tweak the network settings in KTS to be able to view these secure sites. The only other browser that I have tested is Internet Explorer. I have no problems viewing https:// websites with Internet Explorer.

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