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Free Norton Security Suite for Comcast Customers

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NortonSecuritySuite buisnessComcast has replaced their free security suite offer from MacAfee with the rival Norton Security Suite. Comcast customers can now download the Norton Security Suite for free by visiting Comcast’s site.

This free Norton Security suite for Comcast customer includes Anti-virus protection (virus scan), Hacker protection (firewall protection), Parental controls, Identity Security and automatic updates. Norton Security from Comcast is available for both Windows and Mac users.

This Norton Security is valued at $160 for home user and at $490 for business users. The difference between the Home version of Norton Security Suite and the Business version offered by Comcast is that the Business edition has Business class security protection and is coming with almost all features of Norton 360.

Here are full features of Norton security suite coming with Comcast home user account.

Features

Benefit

Core protection
  • Protects against viruses, spyware, Trojan horses, worms, bots, and rootkits
  • Stops threats at point of entry with a quiet two-way firewall
Advance protection
  • Blocks browser, OS, and application threats; protects against infected Web sites
  • Protects against the latest threats with proactive multilayered protection system
Identity protection
  • Blocks phishing Web sites and authenticates trusted sites
  • Identity Safe securely stores and manages your login and personal information
  • Guards against keyloggers with automatic login and form filling
Networking
  • Helps secure and monitor your home network
  • Automatically secures your PC when connecting to public wireless networks
PC Tuneup
  • Finds and fixes problems that slow your computer
  • Speeds up the computer’s startup time
  • Cleans and repairs Windows registry
  • Removes Internet clutter such as cookies and temporary files
Support
  • Free email, chat, or phone support
  • AutoFix technology will diagnose and fix common problems for you

To get the Norton Security for home user please visit home user security page and to get business Norton security suite please visit business user security page.

14 Comments

  1. Norton Coupon

    January 23, 2010 at 2:50 pm

    I've been using Norton for many years now because of the superior protection offered, sometimes I regretted my decision as it tended to slow my PC down heavily.From the 2009 version this all changed and I'm delighted to say that it's probably now one of the quicker and more comprehensive Internet security programs available. This looks like a great deal and even with the other coupons available you'll do well to take up this offer for a network environment

  2. Vlad

    January 23, 2010 at 3:47 pm

    This version seems to work well. It uninstalled McAfee and installed itself with no issue at all.

    Previous version of Similar Norton Products had major problems with bloat, updating, uninstalling, etc. This version has so far worked well on two of my systems.

    So far a thumbs up for this version Comcast is providing.

  3. shubh

    January 24, 2010 at 7:57 pm

    hey frend how can i get plz tell me i wanna need it?plzzzzz

  4. Drew

    January 27, 2010 at 4:36 pm

    I cannot see any difference between the Home and Business Class versions. They both access the same download file. Also, they have Backup, which Comcast says they do not have. Strange info.

  5. 2074

    March 5, 2010 at 7:12 pm

    There is one BIG HOLE in this deal !!! Some idiot forgot to include the ability to schedule virus scans. It seems that Norton knows better than the owner of the PC so it runs virus scans when it wants to.

    It is really getting old when, in 2010, software develement companies, especially large ones, don't have adequate quality assurance.

    • mil1017

      May 18, 2011 at 3:46 pm

      here are the instructions to schedule a virus scan:

      1: Open Norton Security Suite
      2: Click on “Settings” towards the top of the window
      3: Click on “Tasks Scheduling”, it is located smack dab in the middle of the screen
      4: There you are, with two tabs, editing your scan settings, and when they can be done
      5: When you have selected your options, just hit “Apply”

      In the tasks setting there is no virus scan option, however, it automatically does it on the schedule that you pick.

      -Hope that helps… Matt

  6. 2074

    March 6, 2010 at 3:12 am

    There is one BIG HOLE in this deal !!! Some idiot forgot to include the ability to schedule virus scans. It seems that Norton knows better than the owner of the PC so it runs virus scans when it wants to.

    It is really getting old when, in 2010, software develement companies, especially large ones, don't have adequate quality assurance.

  7. mark hutchison

    April 30, 2010 at 12:42 am

    need to free norton antivirus

  8. mark hutchison

    April 30, 2010 at 12:43 am

    i like it

  9. Derrick

    February 21, 2011 at 8:33 pm

    its a god blessed day

  10. eric parker

    March 21, 2011 at 9:02 pm

    when my 30 day expired, ihavent been able yo surf yhe net, because it is no lteting me re-install nortin. i havent had internet since it expired

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