Norton Internet Security 5 for Mac 2014

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Using the Norton Internet Security for Mac

Norton has traded in its trademark yellow packaging for a white one as it releases the Norton Internet Security for Mac. Here, they offer advanced protection that allows Macintosh users to keep their identities safe online, provide updates on threats trying to break in, protect your Apple applications from getting viruses and protect your Mac from as many cybercrimes as possible.

The Norton Internet Security for Mac allows you to shop, browse and/or bank online without the need to worry about a hacker getting in and stealing your identity. Updates are sent at least once a day to help you keep track of what is going on and prevents malware from messing up your files and stealing your identity. It eliminates online threats once detected, so you can enjoy the use of the internet.

You can even customize the protection and keep it on automatic, so it does not get in the way of what you are doing or slow you down. It also gives you power over when to change the protection level, depending on your Mac’s whereabouts.

The features in the Norton Internet Security for Mac include the Norton safe web and safe search, an essential virus protection and antiphishing technology. A smart two-way firewall is also provided so phishing websites can be blocked rather easily. Location awareness is available so the level of protection can be adjusted. The Norton Internet Security for Mac also features a vulnerability protection which protects you from threats that could possibly infect your Mac through loopholes.

Aside from that, it features an AntiVirus protection and a confidential file guard, which uses passwords to keep your files safe from prying eyes. Daily protection updates and email and instant messaging monitoring are also part of the package, as well as free 24/7 support and a flexible support system too. Hard to believe all of that is in one pack, right?