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Tony_Weiss
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Firefox 23 Support for Norton Toolbar

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Hi everyone,

 

The Norton Toolbar is now compatible with Firefox 23. We have released a Firefox 23 compatibility patch for Norton Internet Security, Norton 360, & Comcast Norton Security Suite 20.4.0.40 which is available via LiveUpdate. The patch is also available for the Norton 2012 Norton Identity Safe standalone product.. 

 

The versions for this compatibility update are as follows:

 

Norton Internet Security, Norton 360, & Comcast Norton Security Suite 20.4.0.40

 

Norton Toolbar2013.4.2.2

Norton Vulnerability Protection: 11.4.0.6 -1

 

Note: For the 20.x update, this patch does not require reboot on Win7 & Win 8 machines.

 

Norton Identity Safe Standalone: 

 

Norton Toolbar2013.4.2.2

 

Note: For Identity Safe Standalone, this patch requires a reboot.

 

 

Norton Internet Security 2012 (19.9.1.14) & Norton 360 2012 (6.4.0.9)

 

Norton Toolbar2012.5.17.2

Norton Vulnerability Protection: 11.4.0.6 -1

 

Note: For the 2012 versions, this patch requires a reboot.

 


 

We recommend that you have the latest version of Norton Internet Security or Norton 360 installed.  If you are not seeing the Norton Toolbar in Firefox 23, check and make sure you're running NIS, N360 or NSS 20.4.0.40. Please visit our Norton Update Center to receive the latest update. 

 

You may need to run LiveUpdate and reboot a few times before your product is completely updated to the latest version. It will appear in the LiveUpdate history as Norton Toolbar Add-on for Firefox.

 

If you are running Firefox 23 and Norton Internet Security, Norton 360 or NSS 20.4.0.40and still do not see the Norton Toolbar, please ensure the Norton Toolbar plugin is enabled. You can do this by clicking on the Firefox menu, selecting Add-ons, and then clicking Enable next to Norton Toolbar.

  

Please note: We now only officially support Firefox 21.0 and above. Firefox 20.x and older are no longer supported. See this announcement for more information.

Tony Weiss
Norton Forums Global Community Manager
Symantec Corporation