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Norton Smartphone Security 5.0.4

Jun 18, 2009

 

Impressive and free antivirus and antispyware package

Platform: Pocket PC

Type:

Manufacturer: Symantec

Size: 4MB

Rating: 3

Verdict: A great antivirus and antispyware program at no cost

This is a software publisher's description.

Norton Smartphone Security Premier Edition is designed to provide advanced, real-time protection from today’s security risks. With it, you can be confident that your smartphone is secured and the personal information stored on it is protected—even if you lose or misplace your phone. Whether you send and receive email and SMS text messages; download or beam attachments, music, or pictures; pay bills; or surf the Web, its smart firewall blocks hackers from accessing your phone and its data encryption helps protect the information you care about most.

Norton Smartphone Security Premier Edition takes advantage of powerful firewall, antivirus, antispam, data encryption, and password protection technologies from Symantec. Technologies derived from Norton AntiVirus, Norton Internet Security and Norton 360 PC products automatically scan, detect, and quarantine harmful viruses, worms, and mobile spyware. An enhanced firewall blocks hackers, intrusions, and denial-of-service attacks. The antispam protection blocks text and multimedia SMS messages from unknown senders, while advanced encryption keeps your email, contacts, and other private information safeguarded and secured. The entire solution comes wrapped in an intuitive interface that lets you manage security scans, protection updates*, and filtering rules, making its advanced smartphone protection easy to use.

Norton Smartphone Security Premier Edition is designed to protect your smartphone in real time from the latest security risks, including viruses, mobile spyware, hackers, SMS spam, and other Internet threats.

 
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