We are excited to announce that LifeLock, a leader in identity theft protection, is now part of Symantec, the global leader in cybersecurity and parent company of Norton.
In the coming months, Norton and LifeLock will work together to develop new solutions that redefine what safety means in a connected world. We will ensure a seamless transition without any interruption of your current Norton and LifeLock offerings and, when the time comes, we’ll let you know about the exciting new ways we’ll continue to serve you.
For answers to questions about the Norton and LifeLock partnership, plea...
A virulent new strain of ransomware known as WannaCry (Ransom.Wannacry) has hit hundreds of thousands of computers worldwide since its emergence on Friday, May 12. WannaCry is far more dangerous than other common ransomware types because of its ability to spread itself across an organization’s network by exploiting a critical vulnerability in Windows computers, which was patched by Microsoft in March 2017 (MS17-010). The exploit, known as “Eternal Blue” was released online in April in the latest of a series of leaks by a group known as the Shadow Brokers, who claimed that it had stolen the...
A new strain of the Petya ransomware started propagating on June 27, 2017, infecting many organizations. Similar to WannaCry, Petya uses the Eternal Blue exploit as one of the means to propagate itself.
Am I protected from the Petya Ransomware?
Symantec Endpoint Protection (SEP) and Norton products proactively protect customers against attempts to spread Petya using Eternal Blue. SONAR behavior detection technology also proactively protects against Petya infections.
Learn more about Petya ransomware and how Norton protects you from attack.
Norton WiFi Privacy 2.3.2 Update Available for iOS
The FAQ's below addresses some common questions:
1. What is the version number for this patch?
Norton WiFi Privacy v18.104.22.1683
2. How can I receive this update?
iOS - Available via iTunes
3. What are the changes in this release?
Minor Code Enhancements
4. Where can I post my queries?
Visit our Other Norton Products forum to post your queries.