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Hackers release Norton Antivirus source code
Symantec confirms authenticity of 2006 code.
Mar 12 2012 11:45AM
Symantec corporate anti-virus source code stolen
Then worm exploits Symantec remote vulnerability.
Jan 20 2012 7:53AM
Hackers back Symantec 'scareware' lawsuit
To release full Norton Antivirus code on Tuesday.
Jan 16 2012 12:30PM
Symantec's doubts dashed: Hackers stole code
But code was defunct.
Jan 7 2012 1:04PM
Symantec disputes claims hackers stole Norton source code
Hackers' sneak peek lacks source.
Jan 6 2012 10:45AM
Review: Norton Internet Security 2011
Great protection for those who don't mind a little complexity.
Apr 29 2011 12:39PM
'Chatty' Android rich pickings for hackers, telcos: Symantec
Verbose mobile handsets cost users money, endanger their privacy.
Jul 28 2010 2:39PM
Next Norton is free and easy
Data deluge protects networks, generates income while luring users.
Jul 28 2010 9:20AM
Symantec goes beyond the desktop with Norton Everywhere
New security software and services for range of devices.
May 28 2010 1:12PM
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May 24 2010 6:41PM
Commentary: Does anyone like Norton Antivirus?
Five years ago, I asked if anybody liked using Norton Antivirus and the response from readers was an overwhelming 'no'.
Sep 23 2009 12:24AM
Symantec rolls out Norton 2010
Company touts "Quorum" detection tool.
Sep 10 2009 3:01PM
Mystery Symantec PIFTS.exe message exploited
Cybercriminals now are capitalising on a benign warning message that was sent to some users of Symantec's Norton anti-virus products.
Mar 12 2009 10:40AM
Norton users raise concern over Pifts executable file
Internet users have raised concern on the Twitter site after permission was sought to allow an executable file to be downloaded.
Mar 11 2009 10:51AM
Symantec breaks the seal on Norton 2008
Symantec has released the 2008 version of its Norton Internet Security and Norton Antivirus applications.
Aug 30 2007 12:06PM
Symantec breaks the seal on Norton 08
The latest version of the Norton security suite has officially hit the streets.
Aug 29 2007 12:33PM
Bad Norton update zaps millions of PCs
A faulty update to Symantec's Norton Antivirus package has disabled "millions" of PCs in China, according to local press reports.
May 22 2007 10:18AM
Symantec patches flaw in Norton products
Symantec on has patched a vulnerability in Norton Personal Firewall 2004 and Norton Internet Security 2004 that can be exploited for remote code execution.
May 21 2007 3:53AM
Symantec patches remotely exploitable flaw
Symantec on Wednesday patched a vulnerability in Norton Personal Firewall 2004 and Norton Internet Security 2004 that can be exploited for remote code execution.
May 18 2007 10:22AM
Norton 360 reaches Australian shores
Symantec officially unveiled its Norton 360 security suite in Australia on Monday, one month after its worldwide launch.
Mar 27 2007 11:29AM
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