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Not to mention it helps us all learn new things and signs of what may be astray in future occasions, more so when it is unusual like this as it sticks in the mind more, I doubt I'd of caught onto Norton being the culprit, but I'm sure going to remember that for future reference now, glad the others sorted you out. :clap:

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Not to mention it helps us all learn new things and signs of what may be astray in future occasions, more so when it is unusual like this as it sticks in the mind more, I doubt I'd of caught onto Norton being the culprit, but I'm sure going to remember that for future reference now, glad the others sorted you out. :clap:

 

Thanks Guy and I'm glad they did too

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I have always cussed/hate Norton after mucking up my mother's PC, just by it's auto updates. But they say the 2009 Norton is good???

 

I use Symantec Norton Antivirus Corporate Edition 10.0 for protection

Along with Symantec Im using Windows Firewall

I not experiencing any unusual occurences

Its ok does not use resources i Had one time use norton Internet security 2005 and yes it used resources

ill check for any spyware using super antispyware and have the paid version of Malwarebytes.

SuperAntispyware mainly used for tracking cookies.

Malwarebytes is used for malicous programs

I tried Panda Internet Security but it keeps asking for passsword and username

no matter how many times i fix it correctly it continue to ask

so on another computer I installed Norton Antivirus Corporate Edition 10.0

But on the main computer i do banking i use Trend Micro Internet Security 2008 Pro

It has Transaction Protection ....Keylogger Protection....Protection i need for banking

 

Good luck with what you use

Use it well and Your protection will protect you 100% :)

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