yet another incident of Norton (the once all powerful) interpretation of a security issue
that adroitly skirts the issue.
That issue is: "Will this product work effectively" and of course "At what price".
Correct you are in thinking a product at a price will deliver what is implied
their advertising, DZier
, (but it is not in any way guaranteed, warrenteed or even
virtually assured, really, considering how conditions can change).
Speaking in practical terms, it is evidenced by many case histories, and can
be substantiated by extrapolation of data, the all-in-one protection as offered
by Symantec is presently, at least, substandard in real time.
They bought sygate's firewall to use. Why?
They update virus signatures, how often?
They do what about spyware?
Their software has what effect, compared to others,
or the combination (multi-layering) of other reputable free
(and/or upgradable for a modest price) software, that
does the software have on your PC in exchange for
what all too often appears to be marginally protecting
against threats to your privacy and/or performance?
I'm not including operator error, but I will add in the
value of any user's time when determining equitable
Adding in the time spent on the part of concerned individuals is what I propose to do:
Please post a HJT log for analysis.
You need one-on-one guidance in this matter, I think.read the pinned topic(s) and follow the preliminary instructions before posting, please