Download Norton Internet Security 2010 Free – 90 Days Subscription

by on December 24th, 2009

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Norton Internet Security 2010 blocks viruses, spyware, Trojan horses, worms, bots, and rootkits, defends against hackers with a quiet two-way firewall. Its intelligence-driven technology for faster, fewer, shorter scans. Guard PC against Web attacks that exploit software vulnerabilities. Stop threats unrecognized by traditional antivirus techniques. Filter unwanted email with professional-strength antispam. Helps keep your kids safe online with parental controls. Help secure and monitor your home network.

Automatically secure your PC when connecting to public wireless networks. Block phishing websites and authenticates trusted sites. Secure, stores, and manages login and personal information. Prevent hackers from eavesdropping and stealing information as you type. Identify unsafe Web sites in your search results. Automatically save important files locally or to secured online storage. Restore lost files and folders. Optimize PC performance with disk cleanup. Provide clear insight into recent PC activities to help prevent slowdowns. Optimize application performance with one-click. Free email, chat, or phone support. Automatically find and fix common PC problems and much more.

You can get Norton Internet Security 2010 for free 90 days by going to the following URL below.

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7 Reviews

  1. tahmidul islam says:

    I like norton

  2. adil says:

    best antivarius

  3. lal computers says:

    IN THISE PROGRAM IN USE WITH A LICENCE . FULLY INJOYAND FULL SAFE
    AND THIS PROGRAM IS CHANGE COMPUTER LIFE . THANKS

  4. selvakumar says:

    i thing great way to protect your persinal c omputer by using norto internet security

  5. donny malapitan says:

    good

  6. ipod dock says:

    I’ve used Norton for well over a decade on dozens of computers, and have not regretted it until recently. When I learned the hard way about the whole program expiring when the subscription was up, I started switching all of my computer and my clients over to another package when their current subscription is up. That’s just horrible business practice.
    I hope Symantec wakes up and changes this behavior, as they have an otherwise great product.

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