Norton AntiVirus 22.10.1.10 for Windows

by Symantec Corp.

Avg. Rating 2.3 (808 votes)

File Details

File Size 106.4 MB
License Commercial Demo
Operating System Windows 7/8/10/Vista/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 578,194
Publisher Symantec Corp.
Homepage Norton AntiVirus

Publisher's Description

Norton Antivirus is an exclusive mix of technologies that delivers comprehensive antivirus and Internet protection. Insight identifies which files and applications are safe and which are dangerous, using the combined feedback of more than 175 million Norton users. SONAR Behavioral Protection detects signs that a file is dangerous to proactively protect you from never-before-seen threats. Spam Blocking keeps your mailbox free of unwanted, dangerous, and fraudulent emails. Live 24/7 Threat Monitoring is backed by a network of Norton users who serve as your own personal Neighborhood Watch group.

Warns you about social media scams and threats to your personal information. Scam Insight reviews a website's reputation and lets you know if it's safe to enter your personal information. Anti-Phishing Technology blocks fraudulent "phishing" sites set up to steal your personal information. Identity Safe remembers, secures, and automatically enters your usernames and passwords for you, so they can't be lost or stolen. Parental Control feature helps you protect your kids from online dangers by giving you direct access to Norton Online Family. Safe Web tells you if a website is unsafe before you visit it and it's too late. Safe Web for Facebook scans your Facebook wall and news feed for URLs containing security threats such as phishing sites, malicious downloads, and links to unsafe external sites. Intelligent 2-way Firewall prevents strangers from accessing your home network by blocking incoming traffic determined to be unsafe.

Latest Reviews

Pkshadow

Pkshadow reviewed v22.10.1.10 on Sep 12, 2017

Does what it is suppose to do. Is lean on system resources these days.
Easy to configure and setup types of scans to do when you want and scans downloads and can be setup to scan downloads in most other programs ie WinRar. It is also very fast.

In your Norton account you can deactivate the license and transfer it.
Download from your Norton Account to setup. Very useful with multiple licenses.

Are also eligible for other tools that can only get when you have a Norton Account from buying a Norton Product.

As with all AV programs these days you need to run a anti-malware program ie: Malwarebytes or some other as nothing catches everything anymore. It is compatible to Malwarebytes.

For a very good and respected Anti-Virus program it is highly recommended to use.

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v2015 22.5.0 on Jun 30, 2015

Norton never was good it is bloated

earthquake10

earthquake10 reviewed v2014 21.2.0.38 on Mar 28, 2014

I'm not sure what version of Norton that the "One-stars" are using, but my 2013 copy of Norton 360 works very well indeed. It's slim on resources, gets spam email to the junk box efficiently and the warning about unsafe software downloads can be easily overridden in Windows 7 and 8.1. I highly recommend Norton.

pjb

pjb reviewed v2014 21.2.0.38 on Mar 27, 2014

Good product. Since it was re-written back around 2009 I have found it to be lean on system resources and works really well.

TheDevilHimself

TheDevilHimself reviewed v2014 21.0.0.89 Beta on Aug 10, 2013

There was a time when Norton was ok but it was in the days of Windows 95/98 and since then it has been a piece of annoying virus software and useless too.

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v2013 20.4.0.40 on Jun 18, 2013

The most hated of all anti-virus software

Uriel

Uriel reviewed v2013 20.4.0.40 on Jun 17, 2013

It's like a virus that you can't get rid of. I had to reinstall an operating system because of that where it killed my OS trying to uninstall it. They dictate to you what software is acceptable to run and what isn't in accordance to the RIAA and copyright laws as well.

gatorfan95

gatorfan95 reviewed v2013 20.3.1.22 on Apr 16, 2013

Crapware. It is almost impossible to figure out how to have it let you install programs it thinks are threats, that you know are not. It's a bloated mess and has been for years. If I had a nickle for everyone I've helped get this junk off their computer I could buy symantic

some guy

some guy reviewed v2013 20.3.0.36 on Mar 4, 2013

crapware most of the computer repairs I do Have Nortons on them when they come in all virused out. Any good review you see here is done by the manufacturer

Output Overboard

Output Overboard reviewed v2013 20.1.0.24 on Oct 14, 2012

After a good tryout, I'm sticking with Norton AV 2013 for the next six months which I got for free.
Norton significantly increases start-up time but once loaded seems to run very lightly and has minimal impact on resources. It has a nice new Metro-like interface. Constant updates.
Most reputable test sites rate Norton very highly - usually in the top 3 AV's.

Avg. Rating 2.3 (808 votes)
Your Rating
Pkshadow

Pkshadow reviewed v22.10.1.10 on Sep 12, 2017

Pros: Does what it is suppose to do. Is lean on system resources these days.
Easy to configure and setup types of scans to do when you want and scans downloads and can be setup to scan downloads in most other programs ie WinRar. It is also very fast.

In your Norton account you can deactivate the license and transfer it.
Download from your Norton Account to setup. Very useful with multiple licenses.

Are also eligible for other tools that can only get when you have a Norton Account from buying a Norton Product.

Cons: As with all AV programs these days you need to run a anti-malware program ie: Malwarebytes or some other as nothing catches everything anymore. It is compatible to Malwarebytes.

Bottom Line: Does what it is suppose to do. Is lean on system resources these days.
Easy to configure and setup types of scans to do when you want and scans downloads and can be setup to scan downloads in most other programs ie WinRar. It is also very fast.

In your Norton account you can deactivate the license and transfer it.
Download from your Norton Account to setup. Very useful with multiple licenses.

Are also eligible for other tools that can only get when you have a Norton Account from buying a Norton Product.

As with all AV programs these days you need to run a anti-malware program ie: Malwarebytes or some other as nothing catches everything anymore. It is compatible to Malwarebytes.

For a very good and respected Anti-Virus program it is highly recommended to use.

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v2015 22.5.0 on Jun 30, 2015

Norton never was good it is bloated

earthquake10

earthquake10 reviewed v2014 21.2.0.38 on Mar 28, 2014

I'm not sure what version of Norton that the "One-stars" are using, but my 2013 copy of Norton 360 works very well indeed. It's slim on resources, gets spam email to the junk box efficiently and the warning about unsafe software downloads can be easily overridden in Windows 7 and 8.1. I highly recommend Norton.

pjb

pjb reviewed v2014 21.2.0.38 on Mar 27, 2014

Good product. Since it was re-written back around 2009 I have found it to be lean on system resources and works really well.

TheDevilHimself

TheDevilHimself reviewed v2014 21.0.0.89 Beta on Aug 10, 2013

There was a time when Norton was ok but it was in the days of Windows 95/98 and since then it has been a piece of annoying virus software and useless too.

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v2013 20.4.0.40 on Jun 18, 2013

The most hated of all anti-virus software

Uriel

Uriel reviewed v2013 20.4.0.40 on Jun 17, 2013

It's like a virus that you can't get rid of. I had to reinstall an operating system because of that where it killed my OS trying to uninstall it. They dictate to you what software is acceptable to run and what isn't in accordance to the RIAA and copyright laws as well.

gatorfan95

gatorfan95 reviewed v2013 20.3.1.22 on Apr 16, 2013

Crapware. It is almost impossible to figure out how to have it let you install programs it thinks are threats, that you know are not. It's a bloated mess and has been for years. If I had a nickle for everyone I've helped get this junk off their computer I could buy symantic

some guy

some guy reviewed v2013 20.3.0.36 on Mar 4, 2013

crapware most of the computer repairs I do Have Nortons on them when they come in all virused out. Any good review you see here is done by the manufacturer

Output Overboard

Output Overboard reviewed v2013 20.1.0.24 on Oct 14, 2012

After a good tryout, I'm sticking with Norton AV 2013 for the next six months which I got for free.
Norton significantly increases start-up time but once loaded seems to run very lightly and has minimal impact on resources. It has a nice new Metro-like interface. Constant updates.
Most reputable test sites rate Norton very highly - usually in the top 3 AV's.

smilesarah

smilesarah reviewed v2013 20.1.0.24 on Sep 24, 2012

Nortons 360 are the powerful antivirus software. They are worth to possess.

http://www.antivirusprice.co.uk/

TheDevilHimself

TheDevilHimself reviewed v2013 20.1.0.24 Beta on Aug 25, 2012

Norton has become a shadow of itself. It has become a very annoying piece of software wich I don't wanna pay a single coin for at all. And I can't give any rating at all because they don't deserve it. but anyway I have to rate or no review. I give 1 only because I then can post my review.

sheinaya

sheinaya reviewed v2013 20.0.0.133 Beta on Jul 21, 2012

Cool! but try ca anti virus, for me its the best, real time scanner is very light, unlike other anti-virus makes your PC stuck at 5-10secs.
I have a copy, license will expire on 2015,
you can download it here>> ca-anti-virus dot weebly dot com

PaulWilliams

PaulWilliams reviewed v2013 20.0.0.106 Beta on May 21, 2012

Why would anyone pay $39.99 for an anti-virus when they can get Microsoft Security Essentials which is just as good if not better, for free?

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v2013 20.0.0.106 Beta on May 19, 2012

this made my computer run very slow
3 ghz dual core

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