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Kudos0

Safe Web Search Icons *NOT SHOWING* not working:

Norton Safe Web Icons are not showing up in *BING* search .. it is working fine with Google:

The Safe Web Icons with BING only show on search provider *NOT* others.

Bing and MSN changed there page about 10 days ago and the Safe Icons no longer show when searching:

Windows 7 X64:

Service Pack 1 v.178:

IE 9 v.9.0.7930.16406

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Kudos0

Re: Safe Web Search Icons *NOT SHOWING* not working:

Hi,

do you see this error only in IE9? Did you tried eg. Firefox? Thanks.

Windows 8.1 Embedded Industry Pro x64 Hungarian, Norton 360 v21.5.0.19
Kudos0

Re: Safe Web Search Icons *NOT SHOWING* not working:

Apparently Bing has changed some aspect of their page and has broke NSW (see below screenshot). The circles you see are WOT ratings.

Norton Internet Security 2011 , Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit (Check if you are eligable for a FREE Norton upgrade)Success is 10 percent inspiration and 90 percent perspiration.”--Thomas Alva EdisonI'm not a Symantec employee and my posts do not represent the views of Symantec.
Kudos0

Re: Safe Web Search Icons *NOT SHOWING* not working:

It is IE8 and IE 9 - works great with Google .. to answer your question .. NO .. I have not tried it in FireFox .. also I am testing Norton 360v.5 and it is the same as NIS.. and verifyed by other tester:

Kudos0

Re: Safe Web Search Icons *NOT SHOWING* not working:

D-MASIN-PP,
As I said in the above post, it seems Bing is not working well with safe web. I have confirmed this. Apparently a fix is being tested with n360 version 5 and should be rolled out within the next few months to the entire Norton range.
Norton Internet Security 2011 , Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit (Check if you are eligable for a FREE Norton upgrade)Success is 10 percent inspiration and 90 percent perspiration.”--Thomas Alva EdisonI'm not a Symantec employee and my posts do not represent the views of Symantec.

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