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Norton Secure Browser - Advertising overload

Norton secure browser installed, enter a query and the first several (usually a minimum of 5) responses are 'sponsored'.  This is way out of line for a similar Chrome (base version that is) query.  This is another way of Norton deliberately inconveniencing customers in order to monetize their activities.  It is a pity effort is not being put into what CUSTOMERS would actually like to see, and adverts are not something that I want to see.

This behavior is way out of line with competitive products.  

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Re: Norton Secure Browser - Advertising overload

You may use Google search.
https://community.norton.com/en/comment/8544620#comment-8544620
You may add ad-blocker extension from Chrome Web Store. 

FAQ: Norton Secure Browser
https://support.norton.com/sp/en/us/home/current/solutions/v2023031322263778

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Re: Norton Secure Browser - Advertising overload

Additionally the adBlock by chrome suggested is in fact blocked by Norton Secure Browser,  Great suggestion!

Extension Guard has blocked from installing.

Chrome.google.com

https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/adblock-%E2%80%94-best-ad-bloc...

AdBlock — best ad blocker 

7 days ago ... AdBlock is the best ad blocker with over 60 million users, and one of the most popular Chrome extensions with over 350 million downloads!

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Re: Norton Secure Browser - Advertising overload

extensions not from Norton Addons store - trusted extensions == are blocked

Norton Addons store - trusted extensions
https://addons.norton.securebrowser.com

as test: I installed uBlock Origin, Malwarebytes Browser Guard & more from Chrome Web Store.  

Malwarebytes Browser Guard extension installed okay from Chrome Web Store with "I understand the risks". 

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