President Moves to Ease Worries on Surveillance

President Moves to Ease Worries on Surveillance

President Obama sought to take control of the surveillance debate, releasing a legal justification for domestic spying and calling for more scrutiny of National Security Agency programs.

The Rules of In-Store Surveillance

We are all cookies now. And to allay concerns about that, several companies involved in offline tracking have said that they would work with a research group based in Washington to develop a series of “best practices” for privacy controls.

Lindsay Lohan Surveillance Video of Bling Ring Burglary!.?.!This is the video clip that was released by

the L.A.P.D. on August 26, 2009 to make sure that the public can aid to determine the Bling Ring suspects. It reveals several people in front of Lindsay Lohan’s Hollywood Hills home attempting to barge in. Satisfy the teenager robbers and also obtain truth story behind the Bling Ring flick at

F.B.I. Agents Raid South Bend Housing Authority Offices

F.B.I. Agents Raid South Bend Housing Authority Offices

The Indiana city’s mayor, the presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg, distanced himself from the housing agency in a statement.

How Four Cities Can Predict Murder in America

There’s a workaround for researchers and policymakers faced with a big time lag in the release of national statistics.

‘Please Stop Beating Us’: Where Were Hong Kong’s Police?

After a violent mob attack in Hong Kong, protesters accused the police of ignoring their calls for help. We reconstruct what happened that night.

Audrina Patridge Surveillance Video of Bling Ring Burglary!.?.!Footage of the Bling Ring recorded by Audrina Patridge’s security cams. They burglarized her home on Oscar night, February 22, 2009. Obtain the genuine tale behind the Sophia Coppola motion picture at

A Strategy for Surveillance Powers

A Strategy for Surveillance Powers

A National Security Agency mission statement provides a glimpse of agency officials’ goals before the Snowden leaks upset their political calculus.

Reactions to R.N.C. Surveillance

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Mueller and Comey Failed Their Tests. She Passed Hers.

Mueller and Comey Failed Their Tests. She Passed Hers.

Marie Yovanovitch chose her country over what others might think of her.

Nazi Symbols and Racist Memes: Combating School Intolerance

Many educators feel ill-equipped for the urgent and difficult task of identifying students exposed to extremist material online.

Russia Raided a Physics Institute. Kremlin Watchers Are Mystified.

The armed operation targeting scientists in Moscow prompted outrage and questions about over-the-top actions by the country’s increasingly aggressive security forces.

Norton Security

Norton Security, developed by Symantec Corporation, is a cross-platform security suite that provides subscription-based real-time malware prevention and removal in addition to identity theft protection and performance tuning tools. Other features include a personal firewall, email spam filtering, and phishing protection. Released on September 23, 2014 as part of Symantec’s streamlined Norton line, it replaces the long-running Norton Internet Security as their flagship antivirus product.[2]


  • 1 Version history
  • 2 System requirements
  • 3 See also
  • 4 References
  • 5 External links

Version history[edit]

In an effort to streamline its large and confusing Norton product line, Symantec combined nine standalone Norton products into one all-purpose suite.[3]
Norton Security supersedes Norton Internet Security (and Norton 360), with an overlapping release cycle that saw version 22 as the initial release of the former and the final release of the latter. However, version 22 of Norton 360 and Norton Internet Security were updates as opposed to full releases.

In terms of similarities and differences with its predecessors, Norton Security retains all components of Norton Internet Security (including the antivirus, firewall and identity theft components) and adds the optimization tools from Norton 360.
Norton Security is available in three editions: Norton Security Standard with one license (valid for a single device), Norton Security Deluxe with five licenses and Norton Security Premium[4] which offers ten licenses, 25 GB of hosted online backup, and a premium subscription to Symantec’s parental control system.[5] All editions include protection for Windows, OS X, Android and iOS devices. However, features may vary based on the operating system.

System requirements[edit]

  • Operating Systems Supported[6] (Norton Security for Windows)
    • Microsoft Windows 7 (all versions) with Service Pack 1 (SP 1) or later
    • Microsoft Windows 8/8.1 (all versions). Some protection features are not available in Windows 8 Start screen browsers.
    • Microsoft Windows 10 (all versions).
  • Mac Operating Systems (Norton Security 8.3 build 45 for Mac)
    • macOS 10.10 or later
  • Android Operating Systems (Norton Mobile Security 4.5.0 for Android)
    • Android 4.1 or later
  • iOS Operating Systems (Norton Security 1.1.5 for iOS)
    • iOS 10 or later

See also[edit]

  • Norton 360
  • Comparison of antivirus software


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  • ^ “Norton Security Compared to Old Norton Products”. Norton Security Online. GoClickGo Marketing Inc. Retrieved 28 May 2016.
  • ^ Kirk, Jeremy (August 18, 2014). “Symantec folds nine Norton products into one service”. PC World. IDG Consumer & SMB.
  • ^ “Norton Security Premium Review”. August 19, 2016.
  • ^ Rubenking, Neil J. (October 2, 2015). “Symantec Norton Security Deluxe”. PC Magazine. Ziff Davis, LLC.
  • ^ “Norton Security system requirements”. Symantec Corporation.
  • External links[edit]

    • Official site

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