Norton Product Tamper Protection Explanation

When N.P.T.P. Blocks or Allows a Process, it has words in Brackets, such as "(Open Process Token)"; it would be helpful if symantec put a "What's This?" Link in the product and if the user clicks on it, it explains what all of the messages in Brackets mean.

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Re: Norton Product Tamper Protection Explanation

The NPTP feature is used to prevent viruses for disabling Norton, If I remember correctly the message on the brackets in Security History, shows the action taken by a non-Norton process related to a Norton process. I see your point that the text on the parenthesis is very technical, not sure how it can easily translate into plain English without loosing its accuracy. We could give it a try though...