Since not long after popularization of the Internet by PC users, there have been PC criminals. If there’s anything worth having, they’re determined to find a way to steal it and use it to their own advantage. I’m not necessarily talking about matters of national security here. I’m talking about things like your bank account information, credit card numbers, passwords, and intellectual properties. Other cyber criminals get their pleasure from distributing harmful material via the Internet, and without a sound Internet security program, we PC users don’t stand a chance of protecting our computers or the information they contain. Thank goodness for Symantec’s Norton 360 2013.
This latest incarnation of a tried-and-true favorite for over twenty years, Norton 360 2013 not only protects your computer from viruses, it also protects against Trojans, malware, spyware, and even lets you know whether a site has been checked out already and judged to be safe, without any adware or spyware attached – all before you even click on the site!
It seems almost daily, one reads about child pornography rings on the Internet, or a child who was kidnapped by a pedophile (met on the Internet). Unsupervised children and teens seem to go out of their way to find inappropriate websites, “adult” chat rooms, and such. Having Norton 360 2013’s parental controls is definitely a deterrent, and I greatly appreciate the help.
If bad comes to worse, Norton 360 2013 also has a bootable restore function, which is the icing on the cake. I highly recommend this product both as a user and a reviewer.
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