Norton AntiVirus 2014 v21.4.0.13

Norton AntiVirus 2014

Norton AntiVirus defends your computer against viruses, spyware, worms, bots, and other malicious software while minimizing the performance impact onto your computer. This enhanced protection system features multi-layered protection technologies that work simultaneously to proactively block cyber-attacks and detect and remove malicious threats before they can harm your PC. Norton AntiVirus offers a quick install time, fast boot time and has low memory needs which reduce the burden onto a system.

With this release, you’ll experience better-than-ever 4 layer protection system that will quickly detect and eliminate almost any threat, no matter where you go or what you do online. Cloud based Norton Management lets download, install, transfer, update or renew Norton products from anywhere right over the internet.

Key Benefits:

  • Best protection and performance ever
  • Compatible with Microsoft Windows 8 and Windows 8 Pro (32-bit and 64-bit)
  • Norton Protection System: Four unique layers of protection keep you and your Stuff safe from threats, so you can go more places and do more things online without worry.
  • Browser Protection: Gives you the freedom to safely surf, shop, socialize, and enjoy all of your favorite online activities by stopping online threats before they can reach you and your Stuff.
  • SONAR 4 Behavioral Protection: Protects you and your Stuff from threats that haven’t even been identified yet, so you can share files and go online safely, without having to wait for updates.

What's new in this version:

  • Norton Toolbar updated to 2014.7.3.12 for Firefox 30 and Internet Explorer 11
  • Fixed an issue where Google Chrome crashes with Norton Toolbar enabled
  • Few more bug fixes

Download: Norton AntiVirus 2014 v21.4.0.13 | 281 MB (Shareware)
View: Norton Antivirus Website | Release Notes

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That's the thing with Norton... even if it's solid software (minimal resource use with great detection rates and minimal to no false positives), i figure with plenty of good free AV's out there it's mostly not worth paying for AV software especially if you are pretty careful on what you install on your PC in general.

Norton Antivirus by itself is great software, I have been using it for months and it runs like a charm, it doesn't slow down the PC and it's done pretty good in those so called AV tests out there.

Since now is yet another Chromium/Chrome fork why anyone would care about Opera...

And Norton? Please. I was trying to uninstall this thing on my friend's laptop - they hid confirmation upon that action under small link blended with rest of the text while NO button was covering about 40% of window. Not mention the "weight" and slowness of their software.