I got a msg from this email address Norton <firstname.lastname@example.org> asking me to update to upgrade for free to Norton 360 version 4.0. Could you please confirm that this email is genuine or not?
It may be genuine. However, I do not have the email you actually received. So I suggest if you want a free upgrade you Select the url for your version from below:Norton 360 v4 Standard: www.norton.com/n360s_4Norton 360 v4 Premier: www.norton.com/n360p_4
then apply the product key that you already have.
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seyimiak wrote:I got a msg from this email address Norton <email@example.com> asking me to update to upgrade for free to Norton 360 version 4.0. Could you please confirm that this email is genuine or not?
In response to an earlier enquiry about this we have had confirmation that that email is licit and is from Norton.
However I suggest that you download directly from the Norton website that most of us here use:
New N360 V4:Click on the link that matches your version:Norton 360 v4 Standard: www.norton.com/n360s_4 <<== This one comes with 2 GB of online storageNorton 360 v4 Premier: www.norton.com/n360p_4<<== This one comes with 25 GB of online storageMake sure you download the one corresponding to your product since the KEYs are not interchangable.
To get you the best advice, would you give us some more information about your system before you start on this.What version of Windows are you using including Service Packs and whether 32 bit or 64 bit as well as the Version ID of the Norton product that you are using -- Help / About is where that is, in the format of nn.nn.nn.nnn Do you have any settings on your existing installation that you want to preserve -- like Identity Safe data?
It is geniune. You can follow the directions in the email and the installation will keep your settings and keys and Identity Safe data and apply this to your updated N360 program.
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