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03-31-2014 08:26 AM
Hey guys, I just started playing The Elder Scrolls Online and have been constantly booted from the game. I built this system last summer:
:-:Cooler Master Storm Scout II Advanced w/6 Notcua NF-F12s :-:ASUS ROG Maximus
VI Hero :-:Intel i7 4770k @4.5 on Corsair H80i :-:ASUS 780 GTX Direct
CUII :-:Corsair Vengeance CMZ 16G @1600 C9 :-:Corsair AX860 :-:Samsung 840Pro
256GB :-: WD Velociraptor 500GB :-:Win 7 64 Home Premium
It has been running smooth without issue on several other games. I spoke to TESO cs and they said I should be crushing this game with my specs; and I do, when I am able to stay logged in.
I am not crashing, Im getting booted from the server. I forwared the ports to their server on my router and Im still getting booted.
After a recent boot I noticed that my Norton IS had run an update, then noticed it happen again. I tried sleeping norton but Im still getting booted from the game and back into the lobby.
How do I get Norton to be buddies with TESO?
Any feedback is appreciated, thanks in advance.
03-31-2014 05:57 AM
Version 220.127.116.11 Red X in System Tray for past 3 or 4 days. Clicking on it brings up status screen showing everything green and normal. Last update typically only minutes before. Recent history shows nothing unusual. Product is up to date . But still the red 'X'.
03-31-2014 05:03 AM
Has Norton Internet Security missed HKCR\Access.Shortcut3 asa virus or Trojan or is it benign. I have tried to remove it from scans with CC Cleaners registry scan but it keeps coming back.
03-29-2014 12:22 PM
Someone on my network mistakenly clicked an email link that I am sure was a hack. The site came up as blocked, so I think we were protected. There was a lot of warnings that went off at that time, and from another computer on the network I have included a log report. Is there anything contained in this that I should be worried about?
Thank you for your help.
03-29-2014 12:00 PM
Norton Safe Connect blocks Live Mail and other safe sites. When I try to go to Live.Mail.com, Norton Safe Connect blocks it and says it is unsafe. When I click on "I want to visit the site anyway." it still blocks its. When I click on the detailed report for Live Mail it says, of course, that it is a safe site.
Norton Safe connect also blocked Facebook. I was able to fix that by clearing cookies, but clearing cookies didn't help with Live Mail or some of the online games that my daughter plays on her computer.
I started a chat with tech support. The tech wanted to remote into my computer. I let the tech do that, which didn't help at all. I had to stop the remote session when the tech attempted to install Windows essential 2011 because I didn't want it and I don't think that it would work on Windows 8.1.
I have this problem on Firefox 28 and IE 11. I am running the latest version of NIS. I was looking for a way to disable Norton Safe Connect or delete it but couldn't find it. Doing research I see that this isn't the first time That this problem as occurred. I hope Norton Can fix it pronto.
Anyone else have this problem and was able to fix it. When I first started a chat session with a Norton tech, I was 61 in the cue, makes me think that I'm not the only one with this problem.
03-29-2014 10:25 AM
Windows Network Diagnostics reports:
Settings that might be blocking the connection:
Provider name: SYMANTEC CORPORATION
Provider description: Norton Internet Security
Filter name: Norton Internet Security FILTER FIREWALL ACCEPT_V4
03-29-2014 10:11 AM - last edited on 03-29-2014 07:42 PM by shannons
I regularly run Spybot and today it showed the presence of Win32.Downloader.gen. Spybot was unable to remove this virus so I contacted online support. The contact, JOHN listened to me then suggested taking control of my pc with a view to removing this virus which I agreed to
JOHN ran some diagnostics and suggested using a deep removal tool. This was done and JOHN declared my pc clean and working fine. He said that my Norton anti virus included anti Spyware and he advised in being careful where any downloads come from. When I suggested that Spybot might be interested in hearing a Norton advisor say that running Spybot was a waste of time he stated that this was the case! He assured me that my pc was fine and returned control of my pc to me.
I immediately ran Spybot again and, sure enough, there was Win32.Downloader.gen. I am disappointed in the software and disappointed with the online help. It was useless. I am still left with an infected pc. Any suggestions please.
03-29-2014 08:35 AM
So i was having a problem with my lapatop were i couldnt right click on anything or open file explorer without my laptop closing it and taking me straight back to the desktop screen. Also norton internet security wouldnt open at all and i was forced to use windows defender for the time being. I downloaded ShellExView and disabled IEContextMenu through process of elimination and the problem stopped except for the fact that norton still wont open.
I am using windows 8.1 and i have already used norton backdoor removal tool with no result.
Any help would be appreciated.
03-29-2014 02:51 AM
Had norton NIS for years, entering the new licence key never works, so I always download the latest version fresh and enter the key during install.
can some one post me a link to the 3 licence download link for NIS please. I have the disc but its about 6 months old and no longer latest version so rather download latest version from the start to save time.
03-29-2014 02:18 AM
i had something on my computer called websteroid i used the information on the malwaretips.com/blogs/websteroids-removal
used every step evan ran torton power eraser today it says there where no threats but got a small window at the bottom right hand side of the screen saying norton autosafe picked up something called bloodhound.maipe
03-29-2014 12:21 AM
Because NIS runs so smoothly in the bakcground, I seldom ever even open the icon in the taskbar, but this morning I decided to just open it to see if everything looks cool. Well, lo and behold it showed that Quick Scan hadn't run since 23 March. Huh? So I ran a manual Quick Scan and it found nothing as usual, but I'm just curious now if it no longer runs automatically about once a day or so when nothing else is running? I keep my system up always but it's idle when I'm sleeping so it certainly should be able to find those periods just fine. Anyone else notice Quick Scan no longer running automatically? I'd hate to have to do these manually when NIS should be able to it on its own. I'm using NIS 18.104.22.168. Thanks.
03-28-2014 11:04 PM - edited 03-28-2014 11:08 PM
Just got updated to latest version 22.214.171.124 via manual update.:)
Then, since it was a update which had added some patch (atleast changed the version number) I just performed a cold booting. Now whenever I try to change the settings:
NIS GUI -> Settings ->General -> Product Security -> Non-Admins Access to Settings to any state (on or off) and click apply, that action causes the settings window to close and return to NIS GUI automatically.
Next time I access the settings, the change is made. I have an administrator account(From which I do the modification) and guest account in my Win7 HP system.
Also after a few minutes after the problem occured, the nuber of NIS icons in tray just increments. I tried to do cold boot, restart etc, but still the problem is there, reappearing after each attempt to change that particular settings.
Also note that there is no problem with other settings, and that Non-admin access to settings restriction is successfully applied or revoked as per what i have done in settings to guest account.
Please see the below pic:(it may take some time to up load
Again, I tried to move the icons one by one but only the icons move as a batch of 7 (which started to appear after changing settings) and the one icon which was at the time of log-in of administrator user was alone.
Changing the settings through right clicking the icons do have same effect.
I know that Norton is aware of the the duplicate icon problem. But that usually happens during system start up or user login. This happens after a settings change, which must be a new bug.
Anyone with same problem in Win7 HP with latest ver, fully updated?
(Edited to change alingment, format)
Looking for replies....
03-28-2014 02:16 PM
Thank you, Tony, for the welcome.
I am desperate. I dealt with a Norton technician over an hour ago that re-routed me to RescueMe and then proceeded to open a file on my hard drive that contained over 100 of my passwords while in the process of updating my software. Some of the passwords are of a financial nature. I have been on hold now for over 1.5 hours after the incident and cannot find anyone at the US level in charge of fraud that I can reach. I keep getting re-routed to what appears to be members of a group from India for both customer service and virus issues for a resolution. The same group from which the technician appeared to be a member of. They seem to be having a problem even understanding my basic issue. I've literally been on hold with that group for most of the duration of the call!!!!!
I'm very frustrated and scared at this point. Accessing someone in charge customer security seems to be a maze that I am not able to negotiate. I want to know if there is any way to see what he did on my computer before he has access to all my accounts. Is there a way to escalate this issue to someone that can check his work and what he did?
Can you please help me by escalating this message to the appropriate Fraud Division upper-managers?
03-28-2014 08:51 AM
Running win8.1 64bit.
I've tried repeatedly to install Firefox 28, but the latest NIS makes it almost unusable:
Tabs freeze, right-click stops functioning, OS becomes unresponsive. There is no significant increase in CPU or memory use. I've tried running FF28 in safe mode, but that doesn't make any difference.
Running FF 27.0.1 runs without any problem at all.
03-28-2014 05:31 AM
I recently discovered a virus the consequences of which were that NIS appeared to run perfectly but in fact was far from it.
The result was that the firewall was inoperative. One could even change the setting to "Block all network traffic" and no traffic was being blocked whatsoever.
I can only suggest that if there is a hint of infection you might just test "Block all network traffic" and ensure that you cannot still get to say google.com.
Not too helpful, some might say, but it is only an advice.
03-28-2014 05:26 AM
I searched and could not find this posted before. Apologies if I am wrong in that regard.
If you have two identical tray icons for NIS (and I have this from time to time on numerous machines running XP, WIn7 32, Win7 64,) and the change io aggressive for the "Enable boot time protection" did not work for you, then here is an apparent fix.
You need to copy and paste the following into a cmd prompt run with Administration rights and if your operating system permits then run the command prompt "Run as administrator".
taskkill /im explorer.exe /f
reg delete "HKCU\Software\Classes\Local Settings\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion
reg delete "HKCU\Software\Classes\Local Settings\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion
start "Shell Restarter" /d "%systemroot%" /i /normal explorer.exe
03-27-2014 11:49 PM
I've got problem with updating:
Norton Web Protection Definitions + Norton Web Protection Definitions (Hub)
I used intelligent updater and problem wasn't solved. I restarted my windows hundreed times, using newest NIS (when I try to update program there is sign that there is no new program update).
Also I can see that my definitions is up to date, but alsways when I'm trying to do a live update there is an error:
Cant uopdate: Norton Web Protection Definitions + Norton Web Protection Definitions (Hub)
03-27-2014 02:08 PM
hi. i just bought Norton anti-virus for 3 pc here in italy.
my friend had already installed one for his pc. and of course it was in italian. But we wanted to install all those nortons in english.
could you give me a link where to download Norton Anti-Virus in english? and also, since my friend had already installed it for a few days, could he still change its language to english? how about his remaining days of subscription?
03-27-2014 09:00 AM
I just purchased a new laptop with Norton Internet Security (NIS) preinstalled. I wanted to utilize an available download of my current NIS subscription, so I just downloaded and installed the program from my account website. The process seemed to complete well. Is this the recommended procedure, or should I have uninstalled the preinstalled NIS first?
An additional question, could I do the same process with an available N360 install over a preinstalled NIS? I have heard that, in the past at least, I could not do this because the Norton products had to be in the same family. Please clarify.
03-26-2014 08:08 PM
Is a 200mb live update unusual or is it normal?
I have over 200 days left on my subcription, the last time I ran live update was yesterday( It's almost always the first thing I do once my computer has started up), I have the latest version of NIS(I did a new verion check right before I posted)
When I open NIS everything seems normal. It's not telling me my computer is at risk. I've tried rebooting, I ran a quick scan to see if it worked and to see if it could find anything. Everything ran as it should and all if found was tracking cookies.
03-26-2014 07:56 PM - edited 03-26-2014 08:06 PM
I have a question about Norton Insight. Why is a particular file (see attachment) flagged by Norton Insight as "poor" but yet the file has performed no suspicious actions? BTW... this is a worldtime program by Moo0 (Moo0.com) that was reviewed by the editors of CNET as being an excellent program for keeping track of timezones around the world.
It seems to me that the file should only be listed as "poor" if it is doing something it shouldn't be doing.
03-26-2014 07:14 PM
Will Firewall event history list the ip address or domain name that background running software is attempting to access?
Background running software or "services" often independently access the internet to "look for" updates, even when these automatic update options are turned-off ! Want to know which background software is initiating the request, and to what ip address or domain name the request is being sent ... then attempt to program Norton Internet Firewall to block this access, on a case by case basis -- any ideas?
03-26-2014 06:58 PM
I shouldn't be worried if Norton doesn't detect a threat..but for a long while, it used to detect Tracking cookies.But now it doesn't detect anything.
Norton is currently updated and is running on a VIAO Windows 7.
Can someone help me!?
03-26-2014 03:09 PM
I want to use an anti-spam filter (POPFile) and desperately need some knowledge.
The route is this: email client – POPFile (spam app) – NIS – Server
I use SSL, and thus POP3 port 995. So, should the port between POPFile and NIS be 995?
A somewhat "side" issue: port 995 is not protected default in NIS. Should I add it?
I am not terribly knowledgable about this, so please take that into account. Very grateful for a response, though.
03-26-2014 02:06 PM - edited 03-26-2014 02:09 PM
I have NIS actively working on my systems and MBAM 2.0 on-demand.
From what I understand, you should not be using two real time scanners simultaneously.
But wait a second...
When you invoke MBAM (and scanning) and NIS (continuously) monitoring in real-time) aren't the two products running simultaneously - even for a short time?
03-26-2014 10:45 AM
I received an email from express scripts about our prescription order and it said to ckick for details. WHen I clicked on it my Norton Safe Web popped up saying it was a Malicious Web-site and was blocked. I called Express Scripts and they said there was no problem with their web-site. I went onto the internet and accessed express scripts and our account with no problem. I went back to the email they sent me and clicked again and got the malicious warning. The email is from them. I asked when I called and they said they sent it to me. Why am I getting this warning. The malicious warning said I can ignore their warning and enter the site, but I am afraid to try it. Can someone help? Is there a problem with Norton 360 Safe Web that is causing this to happen?