Norton Internet Security 2015 - dramatically poor results...?

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by wiwul, Nov 4, 2014.

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  1. wiwul

    wiwul Registered Member

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    I watched the video titled : "Norton Security 2015 v22 review"
    on youtube channel: "The PC Security Channel"

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    and saw Norton dramatically fail ...

    whilst running NIS 2014, frankly, I very much hesitate I will continue with this product and will start to checkout other av products, like GData and Bitdefender.

    I also watched "The PC Security Channel"-review on Kaspersky Internet Security 2015 and think the results were 'so-so' at best.
    Had and still have a license on KIS 2014 as well. It will expire one of these days.
    Their support (non-forum) is crap: they simply never, never respond on any question/reminders whatsoever: they simple close the tickets after a few weeks and ask for your rating...
    This has been the reason for me to move over to Norton.
    Norton'sr support is outstanding, really. They helped me out on a number of occassions thru chat sessions.

    But then again, when viewing the test results...

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  2. FleischmannTV

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    Threads like these are the reason why I am baffled immature testers never face any law-suits.
     
  3. wiwul

    wiwul Registered Member

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    Up front: I do not want to sound rude, but ... why 'immature' and why 'law-suits'?
    Not really constructive criticism to be honest. Personally I do like their way of 'practical testing'.
     
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    Post in the previous thread please.
     
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