Remove-malware Video Review of NIS 2010

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  1. Malcontent

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    Great review . Definitely shows the program's components and abilities .
    The flow is also shown . In my opinion , if a program has no trust rating , Norton should not just say "Hey , this file needs your attention" . It must be user approved to be run . And any file that is suspicious/unknown should immediately and automatically be sent to Symantec's lab for verification so that if it turns out to be bad , Symantec could block it soon with a pulse update.
     
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    Remove-Malware.com and Norton 2010

    Matt has posted a long ( 43/60) vid:
    http://remove-malware.com/videos/norton-internet-security-2010-review/
    The 'meat' is in the second half.
    1st half a nice step through install.
    Then the testing.
    I know, only one man and his editorial...but some very acute observations re file handling processes and exceptions.

    Not exactly a bell ringing endorsement for some of the much vaunted newer features. :eek:
    I hope Symantec is listening. :cautious:

    Interesting conceptual differences and 'real life' scenario of the 'interactive NIS' vs recent AVC on-demand review where Symantec NAV did very well.
     
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  4. dawgg

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    Re: Remove-Malware.com and Norton 2010

    Its very easy to make any AV look bad. Its upto you to see which you prefer most and can accept at the end of the day ;)
     
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