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Access Norton Core from desktop

Is there a way to access Norton Core from my desktop?

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No. See this Core KB article.    You need an Android or IOS device to manage the Core.

Things happen. Export/Backup your Norton Password Manager data.
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After reading the referenced KB article, it seems that some of their choices, for security reasons, should be options, like the UPnP, rather than hard-coded, like no web browse support. They can leave them defaulted the way that is most secure, and then if you chose a less secure option, the can notified you of the risks associated with that option choice, and suggest work-arounds, like the did with the UPnP. It should be your choice how secure vs flexible your router is. By the way, these hard-coded limitations should be published and explained with the specs online, so you can make an informed purchase.
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When will there be an app for Windows 10 Mobile?  we do not use IOS or Android here.

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Besides, Android and IOS are vulnerable.  I've never heard of Windows 10 Mobile being hacked.

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TBiggi:

Besides, Android and IOS are vulnerable.  I've never heard of Windows 10 Mobile being hacked.

Vulnerable to what specifically? I've never heard of one being hacked either, then again I've never seen one, or talked to someone (in person) who has one, or talked to someone who knows someone who has one.

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password_password:
TBiggi:

Besides, Android and IOS are vulnerable.  I've never heard of Windows 10 Mobile being hacked.

Vulnerable to what specifically? I've never heard of one being hacked either, then again I've never seen one, or talked to someone (in person) who has one, or talked to someone who knows someone who has one.

FWIW, I have two such devices...  A version 8.1 Windows Mobile phone and a version 10 Windows Mobile phone - both are Nokia/Microsoft phones. I have these because they are the only type of "smartphone" devices permitted within the secure areas at my workplace.

Quick FYI - Commencing with Windows Mobile OS version 8.0 the entire Mobile OS compliment (Kernel, Hardware-Arbitration-Layer, Interface Drivers, etc.,) on all Windows Mobile phone devices runs hard encrypted and all Apps run fully sandboxed.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/device-security/windows-10-mobile-security-guide

Cheers!

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thanks, I hope that  added access to Norton Core from my desktop

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avjohnnie:
password_password:
TBiggi:

Besides, Android and IOS are vulnerable.  I've never heard of Windows 10 Mobile being hacked.

Vulnerable to what specifically? I've never heard of one being hacked either, then again I've never seen one, or talked to someone (in person) who has one, or talked to someone who knows someone who has one.

FWIW, I have two such devices...  A version 8.1 Windows Mobile phone and a version 10 Windows Mobile phone - both are Nokia/Microsoft phones. I have these because they are the only type of "smartphone" devices permitted within the secure areas at my workplace.

Quick FYI - Commencing with Windows Mobile OS version 8.0 the entire Mobile OS compliment (Kernel, Hardware-Arbitration-Layer, Interface Drivers, etc.,) on all Windows Mobile phone devices runs hard encrypted and all Apps run fully sandboxed.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/device-security/windows-10-mobile-security-guide

Cheers!

I recently (since my last post) heard that microsoft is canceling this product line.

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There is a way to access the Norton Core from a desktop, it involves running an emulator (I recommend Android AmiDuOS) and running the android app from within. When all is said and done, the Norton core app is run like another Windows program.

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You don't have to be snarky.  The fact is that there are still people using Windows Phones for various reasons, including integration with work and home PCs.  

Norton - why can't you develop a UWP (Universal Windows Platform) app?  Then people could run the app on PCs, Windows Phones, Xbox, or anything else that runs Windows.  It would be no less secure that Android, and there is still a huge amount of people using Windows on PCs.  It would be much easier to be able to control the router from a PC rather than a phone anyway. 

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No - Windows 10 mobile is still supported.  The only problem is that there aren't a lot of new phones available.  It is anticipated that Microsoft is developing a new line that will run Windows on pocket-sized PCs that will also function as phones.  Besides, a Windows UWP app will run on both PCs and phones.  THERE IS NO REASON NOT TO DEVELOP A WINDOWS APP!!!

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avj

I have these because they are the only type of "smartphone" devices permitted within the secure areas at my workplace

Interesting! Can you comment on why without going into stuff to be kept confidential?

Seriously 

Hugh
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huwyngr:

avj

I have these because they are the only type of "smartphone" devices permitted within the secure areas at my workplace

Interesting! Can you comment on why without going into stuff to be kept confidential?

Seriously 

Hi Hugh,

Those at our organization responsible for implementing and overseeing these edicts do not divulge much (facts-wise) on the actual "but why?" for these sorts of requirements other than to say, that's just how it has to be.

Both myself (and my colleagues) presume that the policy implementers, based on the direction of the entities (principally @.mil types) with whom they must interface feel that the inherent (HW-level implemented) security afforded by (current) Android and IOS mobile platforms is insufficient to meet the security standard they have set for the secure environment exposure(s) in question.

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avjohnnie:
huwyngr:

avj

I have these because they are the only type of "smartphone" devices permitted within the secure areas at my workplace

Interesting! Can you comment on why without going into stuff to be kept confidential?

Seriously 

Hi Hugh,

Those at our organization responsible for implementing and overseeing these edicts do not divulge much (facts-wise) on the actual "but why?" for these sorts of requirements other than to say, that's just how it has to be.

Both myself (and my colleagues) presume that the policy implementers, based on the direction of the entities (principally @.mil types) with whom they must interface feel that the inherent (HW-level implemented) security afforded by (current) Android and IOS mobile platforms is insufficient to meet the security standard they have set for the secure environment exposure(s) in question.

How did Apple do in this regard?

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avj

That is interesting and I appreciate the "morsel" <s>

I must ask one of the CompuServe WIZOPS who retired last year from a very high level mil-related job in DC to remind me what he used there but it may be a day or two before I get back.. 

Hugh
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Both myself (and my colleagues) presume that the policy implementers, based on the direction of the entities (principally @.mil types) with whom they must interface feel that the inherent (HW-level implemented) security afforded by (current) Android and IOS mobile platforms is insufficient to meet the security standard they have set for the secure environment exposure(s) in question.

How did Apple do in this regard?

Things happen. Export/Backup your Norton Password Manager data.
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Actually, Microsoft officially ended Windows 10 Mobile hardware support a month ago, promising software support only through the end of calendar year 2017. No new phones are under development or planned, especially since they laid off the last of their phone engineers in July. Per the Pentagon’s reports to Congress, iPhone 6- and 7-series devices are the only ones meeting all current military hardware and software security requirements; US intelligence agencies have said same. And yes, since iPhone 5s iOS has been 64-bit (before anyone else, remember), with sand boxing of apps. Full system encryption on the hardware and software levels, along with 256-bit cellular data and WiFi transmission encryption capability has been available on all iOS devices launched alongside iOS 9 launch in 2014. Apple’s latest iOS devices are still the only cellular devices with 256-bit cellular and WiFi encryption. It will be available in Android devices starting in 2018, and Microsoft has confirmed no plans to support transmission encryption higher than 128-bit any fashion on Windows Mobile.
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Richard 1864 - you missed the whole point.  Windows UWP apps are secure and sandboxed AND THEY RUN ON not only Windows phones, but also PCs, tablets, Xbox, anything Windows.  Android is nowhere near as secure as Windows.  Besides, a lot of people are still using Windows Phones.  As I understand it, software support will run into 2018 at least. 

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