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carmelosawyer
Posts: 1
Registered: ‎04-02-2012

What is the difference between Norton 360 and Norton Antivirus 2012?

Right now I have the trial version of Norton 360 and before I purchase anything I am just wondering what is the difference between that and just the Norton Antivirus 2012? 

 

Please don't suggest other virus program, I want to go with Norton. Thanks!

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erik_carlstrom
Posts: 4,409
Registered: ‎04-10-2008

Re: What is the difference between Norton 360 and Norton Antivirus 2012?

I've notified a moderator to move this thread as you'll want it in the NAV or N360 area.  The difference between NAV and N360 are that NAV is just the antivirus where N360 has the AV, Firewall, Identity Protection, etc.  

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peterweb
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Registered: ‎04-17-2008

Re: What is the difference between Norton 360 and Norton Antivirus 2012?

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Welcome carmlosawyer

 

Norton Antivirus just gives you virus protection.

Norton Internet Security gives you the antivirus, plus firewall  and Identity Safe features.

Norton 360 gives you all that plus some on line backup, and a couple of computer utilities.

 

Your choice depends on your needs. Here is a link to a Norton page to help you decide on a product

 

http://buy-static.norton.com/estore/images/en/Non-Product/Flash/10secGuide2010_popup.html


Things happen. Export/Backup your Identity Safe data.
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bvaravindhraj
Posts: 11
Registered: ‎12-01-2011

Re: What is the difference between Norton 360 and Norton Antivirus 2012?

Hi,

     Welcome to the community.

1. Norton Antivirus has Antivirus and Spyware Protection with Intrusion Prevention.

 

2. Norton Internet Security has Antivirus and Spyware Protection, Firewall Protection, Identity Safe( Helps you in saving passwords )

 

3. Norton 360 has Antivirus and Spyware Protection, Firewall Protection, Identity Safe, Online and Offline Backup, PC tuneup.

 

Thank you.