Time then file appeared parameter too. Was an attack to download server?
Your attachments cannot be seen already as they must be first approved by moderator . However , you must be wrong because I have downloaded Norton numerous times with no such issues. There is no such file on Symantec servers called jsut NIS.exe
At the moment the install files for the latest Norton Internet Security 2011 is called NIS-ESD-18-5-0-125-EN.exe , not NIS.exe
We'd be able to help you more when the attachments are visible. Also make sure you always download Norton only from Norton/Symantec servers - e.g. www.norton.com/nis11
Of course, it is not nis.exe:
1) full name takes more space - theme text will be shortened that is not good
2) not nis.exe, originally mine nis .exe that in full means NIS executable file
I guessing, key-moment attachments will be properly displayed in the near future as them will be approved by moderators. Not me thinked it up.
>However , you must be wrong because I have downloaded Norton numerous times with no such issues.
PS Do you know the proverb: Do not rash, brother, to be ahead of your father.
Downloaded and checked, and it is digitally signed by Symantec, as usual.
>Downloaded and checked, and it is digitally signed by Symantec, as usual.
only as usual
>I think he download from any other source
Source displayed in the Norton's Fine Insight window. It is original.
Oh, latest Google Chome browser or my internet connection bug.
the size of my full download (full - as Chrome said) is 33.2 MBs
Originally it is 91.2 MBs
I'm about executable of NIS 18.104.22.168 Netbook Edition RU
The incident is reviewed and over. Digital Signature is present and correct.
Sorry for disturbing.
Thank you, Niko, for following up and telling us what happened. If we ever see something like this, we will know where we can start looking for resolution.
I have started scrutinizing digital signatures, too ... going into the certificates and viewing them ... and checking BHOs and OCXs in IE to look for missing information, like Publisher.
Thanks again ... tin
Sorry for an unfounded disturbing again. but sometimes something looks really unexpected