I have been using Norton products since I was a teenager in the 90s, when PCs had 1024K of RAM (yes, kilobyte) and Peter Norton himself appeared in front of the box (for young people, software was distributed in boxes at that time). Almost 30 years later, I decided to divorced. I wanted to switch since a decade ago, but I try to see the good points in this long lasting marriage. But when LifeLock bought Norton, it was the beginning of the end. Marketing department seems to have taking the lead, I am fed up of being ask to buy a new subscription for a service I don't need and, moreover, I don't trust LifeLock as security company.
Thank you for all these years!
PS: For those who are curious, I swtich to Kaspersky (before you mention, it does matter for me that it of Russian origin, if that the case, who can guarantee that the NSA does not... you know... US products).