Symantec Corporation today announced the release of the latest line of security solutions that offer consumers stronger security and data protection while also requiring less user intervention. The products - Norton Internet Security 2006, Norton AntiVirus 2006, and Norton Personal Firewall 2006 - also provide a more adaptive, personalized defense against existing and emerging threats.
"In today's precarious Internet environment, security software is critical for everyone who uses email, downloads new software, or uses the Web to shop, bank, communicate, or play," said Matthew Moynahan, vice president, consumer products and solutions, Symantec Corp.
Today's complex threats require comprehensive protection. Norton Internet Security 2006 delivers on that necessity by seamlessly integrating Norton AntiVirus, Norton Personal Firewall, Norton AntiSpam, Norton Privacy Control and Norton Parental Control in one simple-to-use solution. Norton Internet Security 2006 offers users better security and data protection than ever before.
The unique Security Inspector feature, also new to Norton Internet Security 2006, offers users a simple and easy way to look at and fix inadequate browser security settings, weak Windows passwords, risks within hidden shared folders, or unneeded services - the most common vulnerabilities that expose users to threats.
The estimated retail price for Norton AntiVirus 2006 is $39.99. The estimated retail price for Norton AntiVirus 2006 Home Protection Pack (with three-user license) is $79.99; 5- and 10-user Small Office Packs are priced at an estimated $139.99 and $259.99 respectively.
The estimated retail price for Norton Internet Security 2006 is $69.99. Current users of Symantec products as well as users of competitive products will be able to upgrade to Norton Internet Security 2006 for an estimated retail price of $49.99. The Norton Internet Security 2006 Home Protection Pack (with three-user license) has an estimated priced of US$119.99; 5- and 10-user Small Office Packs are priced at an estimated $244.99 and $454.99, respectively.
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