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Norton AntiBot (32-bit) 1.0.1310 for Windows

by Symantec Corp.

Avg. Rating 3.0 (24 votes)

File Details

File Size 10.0 MB
License Commercial Demo
Operating System Windows Vista/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 2,427
Publisher Symantec Corp.
Homepage Norton AntiBot
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Publisher's Description

Norton AntiBot provides advanced, real-time protection against emerging threats, including bots that are used to perpetrate identity theft and other online crimes. This powerful new security solution from Symantec detects unusual behavior on your PC and removes the malicious bots causing it. This protects your PC from unauthorized access and tampering, detects and stops attempts by hackers to take remote control of your computer, and delivers extra protection against emerging 'zero-day' threats. To help ensure that you're always protected, Norton AntiBot monitors your PC continuously to stop suspicious programs.

Latest Reviews

Point Zero

Point Zero reviewed v1.0.1310 on Aug 13, 2007

How much $$$ does this puppy cost ! I'm sick of BOTs ! Please Symantec, we are also missing an AntiTMP tool ! I'll pay everything I have, Those .tmp files are a real pest !

Baldrick

Baldrick reviewed v1.0.2 Beta on Jun 10, 2007

Looks to my very much like a rebadge/reskin of Sana Security Primary Response SafeConnect. Having said that I tested PRSC a while back and found it to be effective...but not for me given my current security set up. I wonder if Symantec has plans to buy Sana Security?

Budgie29

Budgie29 reviewed v1.0.2 Beta on Jun 9, 2007

Ever since I have kept Norton and symtec software away from my PC I have not had the problems and the Virus inrusions ... so do yourself a favour save yourself £££££ and install AVG Free

UniversityofKentucky

UniversityofKentucky reviewed v1.0.2 Beta on Jun 8, 2007

NAB identified one legit program as a problem (Cyber Sitter). A novice might not understand the program is legit and quarantine/delete it. That could create all sorts of problems.

internetworld7

internetworld7 reviewed v1.0.2 Beta on Jun 7, 2007

All seems well so far. I wonder how much Symantec is going to charge for this and if it will be bundled with NAV 2007 or 2008?

I'd like to see the detection rate of this product independently tested as well.

donahu1

donahu1 reviewed v1.0.2 Beta on Jun 7, 2007

Finally a program that does not lag your system.No need to run any special scans either like SpyBot and AdWare. Way to go Symantec!

Avg. Rating 3.0 (24 votes)
Your Rating
Point Zero

Point Zero reviewed v1.0.1310 on Aug 13, 2007

How much $$$ does this puppy cost ! I'm sick of BOTs ! Please Symantec, we are also missing an AntiTMP tool ! I'll pay everything I have, Those .tmp files are a real pest !

Baldrick

Baldrick reviewed v1.0.2 Beta on Jun 10, 2007

Looks to my very much like a rebadge/reskin of Sana Security Primary Response SafeConnect. Having said that I tested PRSC a while back and found it to be effective...but not for me given my current security set up. I wonder if Symantec has plans to buy Sana Security?

Budgie29

Budgie29 reviewed v1.0.2 Beta on Jun 9, 2007

Ever since I have kept Norton and symtec software away from my PC I have not had the problems and the Virus inrusions ... so do yourself a favour save yourself £££££ and install AVG Free

UniversityofKentucky

UniversityofKentucky reviewed v1.0.2 Beta on Jun 8, 2007

NAB identified one legit program as a problem (Cyber Sitter). A novice might not understand the program is legit and quarantine/delete it. That could create all sorts of problems.

internetworld7

internetworld7 reviewed v1.0.2 Beta on Jun 7, 2007

All seems well so far. I wonder how much Symantec is going to charge for this and if it will be bundled with NAV 2007 or 2008?

I'd like to see the detection rate of this product independently tested as well.

donahu1

donahu1 reviewed v1.0.2 Beta on Jun 7, 2007

Finally a program that does not lag your system.No need to run any special scans either like SpyBot and AdWare. Way to go Symantec!

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