Norton Internet Security, developed by Symantec Corporation, is a computer program that provides malware prevention and removal during subscription period and uses signatures and heuristics to identify viruses. Other features include a personal firewall, email spam filtering, and phishing protection.
Symantec distributes the product as a download, a boxed copy, and as OEM software. Norton Internet Security held a 61% market share in the United States retail security suite category in the first half of 2007. In this study, competitors, in terms of market share, included security suites from CA, Inc., Trend Micro, and Kaspersky Lab.
Norton Internet Security is available on Symantec's Web site as a download, although users can opt for a physical version on a Compact Disc (CD) for a higher price. Stores may sell boxed copies of Norton Internet Security either on CD or USB flash drive.
... Norton products now have only two running processes, using about 15 MB of RAM ... According to PassMark Security Benchmark 2012 Norton AntiVirus and Norton Internet Security are the lightest suites available ... PCWorld's tests of security software put Norton Internet Security 2009 in first place ...
... Norton products now have only 2 running processes, using about 24 MB of RAM ... According to tests sponsored by Symantec, PassMark Security Benchmark 2012 Norton AntiVirus and Norton Internet Security are the lightest suites available ... PCWorld's tests of security software put Norton Internet Security 2009 in the 1st place ...
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