The Norton 2015 New Features Sound Impressive BUT: did they ever solve their Self-Protection" problem? I had been using Kaspersky since Fido was a Pup (no pun intended), but switched to THE NEW Norton. I had already renewed my subscription and was using NIS 2014 until I observed two YouTube Reviews on NIS 2014 where in the real world dangerous URL section of the review a zeroaccess rootkit was able to totally disable NIS 2014 and allowed the subsequent injection of hundreds of malware. True, one of these reviews was by a guy who is associated in a remote way to Comodo and his objectivity was questioned by members of the tin foil hat club, but the other review was by one of the most highly respected and most watched A/V reviewers on YouTube (he is a computer-tech-virus-removal Pro in RL), I forget his name and he no longer does theses reviews. NIS 2014 was immediately removed from my system and I returned to KiS 2014 as my basic anti-malware solution. For more than half a year after the release of NIS 2014 Final there were many posts every day on the Norton KIS Forum asking how to remove zeroaccess rootkits from persons using NIS 2014. One of the mega-poster-gurus on the NIS forum had to devise a special program tailored to each user's specific system and configuration for them to download to remove zeroaccess.