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  • floplot: Hello 2YsUR See if this KB helpsno you. Please look here . Thanks. No that did not help.  It does not mention  "fast classification using sample clustering" or "automated generic defin...
  • Exactly what are these new features: "fast classification using sample clustering" and "automated generic definitions"? Is there a link to a norton definition of these features?  Thanks
  • My suggestion would be to have the main security screen modified to show something like: Last Protection Update:  2 hours ago   <---- based on the time of the last successful Live Update. Las...
  • elsewhere: [...] It appears that the main Norton interface is just displaying the latest Virus Definition update date (curdefs=20150122) rather than displaying the actual date for all of the oth...
  • bjm_: 2YsUR: I think it would be nice if the date/time of the last successful Live Update was shown on the main security screen.  With Norton Security / NSBU  ~~ you're always up to date updates...
  • I think it would be nice if the date/time of the last successful Live Update was shown on the main security screen.  That info is already being stored by Norton in the "Background Tasks" info so i...
  • 21-Jan-2015 | 6:30PM Commented on Norton live update
    The date and time of all background tasks (live update, quick scan etc.) is available from the main menu by clicking "Settings" near the top of the screen just to the left of "help."  Then select ...
  • 25-Jan-2014 | 8:57AM Commented on Smart vs Full virus definitions
    ok, thanks for the reply.
  • 24-Jan-2014 | 10:18PM Created a new Forum Thread: Smart vs Full virus definitions
    I just upgraded to N360 ver 21.1.0.18 on my XP machine and I no longer see the option to use Full Virus definition vs. Smart virus def.  Also, I no longer see the option to turn off  the MS office...
  • 12-Jul-2013 | 5:28PM Commented on Scheduled scan does not run when system asleep
    Good News!   With the monitor not being allowed to turn off, the Norton scan ran as scheduled