Norton AntiVirus Definitions
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Norton AntiVirus Definitions are the latest anti-virus detection files. The installer will automatically update Norton AntiVirus virus definitions and engine files to detect and repair the most recently discovered Mac viruses. This file is a self-extracting archive which contains the Norton AntiVirus Virus Definitions Installer. Once downloaded and expanded on your hard drive, simply double-click on the Installer and the appropriate files will be installed on your computer.
What's New
Version 01/23/2014:
  • Includes the latest virus definitions
Requirements
  • Intel
  • OS X 10.4 or later
  • Symantec Endpoint Protection 11.0.6 through 12.1.3, Norton AntiVirus 11.x, or Symantec AntiVirus 10.2





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Jjpong commented on 02 Nov 2013
I first started using Norton's antivirus software in 1994, I think. I won't support it any more. This software made itself a subscription product one day out of the blue without giving me a choice. I hope nobody will support their Mac version.
[Version 11/01/2013]


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Marcossi commented on 12 Oct 2013
I believe Norton would be better of selling swim suites in the Antarctic. (The experts say, that in a couple of hundred years it will be warm there)
[Version 10/11/2013]


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r2xman reviewed on 20 Aug 2013
Norton is Turdware.
[Version 08/20/2013]


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Shralldam commented on 13 Jun 2013
What the…?! Almost 450 Mb for virus definitions?
[Version 06/13/2013]

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MisterE replied on 29 Jul 2013
Right, 478.6 MB WTF?!?! I can't 52 people have downloaded this crap so far.
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Jazzyguy commented on 04 Jun 2013
They make the viruses so they have (raison etre) a reason to be in existence. If there were no viruses they would have no reason to be in existence so they simply make them!
[Version 06/04/2013]


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Jwenrick reviewed on 27 May 2013
I shouldn't even give it a half star. Norton used to write good software MANY years ago in Classic, but then screwed up royally when OS X came out.

Does anybody even use their software anymore?

Jack W
[Version 05/27/2013]


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MisterE reviewed on 13 May 2013
Just stopped by to poo on Norton haha, I really can't believe they still bother.

Thanks for reminding me to update my ClamXav definitions :D
[Version 05/02/2013]


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Jazzyguy commented on 02 May 2013
They are the persona that manufactures the viruses for us to digest. They haven't gotten around to OSX yet as it is far better to infect Windows as that is where the real money is.
[Version 05/02/2013]


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Foulger reviewed on 25 Dec 2012
I have removed so many Norton anti virus apps from school computers that come pre installed with no viruses found. In many cases after installing ClamXav, several viruses have been found. I regard Norton as a virus in itself - it invades a hard drive with no good purpose.
[Version 12/25/2012]


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BillyGoGo reviewed on 23 Nov 2012
Hopefully all these antivirus companies will finally blow away with latest security measures of Mac OS X. Stop to sell your scareware! I believe most viruses are written by these companies themselves.
[Version 11/19/2012]


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Negritude had trouble on 08 Jun 2010
I use both ClamXav and Norton AntiVirus 11 for manual scanning under Leopard. I got NAV for free from my cable internet provider (it was part of Norton Internet Security 4).

One thing I notice is that ClamXav seems to detect email viruses that NAV completely misses. Can someone clarify whether the signatures in NAV for Mac are OS X specific, and do not include Windows viruses? Do you need to purchase the "dual protection" version of NAV in order to get Windows virus signatures included in your scanning?

Is it possible that ClamXav is giving me false positives, or have a missed a configuration setting for NAV?
[Version 06/04/2010]



Bill_Johnson rated on 17 Mar 2014

[Version 01/23/2014]



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braunnizo rated on 10 Feb 2014

[Version 01/23/2014]



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braunnizo rated on 09 Dec 2013

[Version 12/06/2013]



+2

Oliv!er rated on 26 Nov 2013

[Version 11/26/2013]



+8

Melis rated on 26 Sep 2013

[Version 09/26/2013]



+245

Monkeyjunkey rated on 27 Aug 2013

[Version 08/27/2013]



+2

Oliv!er rated on 05 Aug 2013

[Version 07/25/2013]



+16

Peter_Van_Den_Einde rated on 25 Jul 2013

[Version 07/25/2013]



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Oliv!er rated on 25 Jun 2013

[Version 06/25/2013]



+2

Oliv!er rated on 20 Jun 2013

[Version 06/20/2013]


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Version Downloads:1,557
Type:Utilities : Virus
License:Free
Date:23 Jan 2014
Platform:Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Norton AntiVirus Definitions are the latest anti-virus detection files. The installer will automatically update Norton AntiVirus virus definitions and engine files to detect and repair the most recently discovered Mac viruses. This file is a self-extracting archive which contains the Norton AntiVirus Virus Definitions Installer. Once downloaded and expanded on your hard drive, simply double-click on the Installer and the appropriate files will be installed on your computer.


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