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Symantec Norton Security with Antivirus Deluxe (5 Devices) for $19.99 AC, Adobe CC Photo Plan (Photoshop CC + Lightroom) 12-Month Prepaid Membership for $94.88 AC @ Newegg.com

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Last Edited by TattyBear September 14, 2016 at 07:15 AM
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I didn't see this posted, so I thought I'd share.

AntiVirus Products:NOTE: Shipping is Free for the Small Box for All. It is also Premier and Shop Runner eligible.

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#2
I remember Norton paid a great deal of money with their upgrades.
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Better deal IMO than the Fry's or Amazon deal. Fry's makes you wait for a rebate and Amazon charges sales tax. Thanks, OP.
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Hahaha, and my Norton wants me to renew @ $79 for 5 devices next month.
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Is Norton any good. I use malwarebytes and spybot at this point.

Seems like a good deal for Adobe stuff
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Quote from dhodson View Post :
Is Norton any good. I use malwarebytes and spybot at this point.

Seems like a good deal for Adobe stuff
I use Norton +malwarebytes.....[they work well together and I have not had a virus in years]

Quote from LionelHutz590 View Post :
Better deal IMO than the Fry's or Amazon deal. Fry's makes you wait for a rebate and Amazon charges sales tax. Thanks, OP.
Agree
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Last edited by dravid September 13, 2016 at 07:37 PM
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The latest Lightroom is full of issues. Stay away....
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I use Norton +malwarebytes.....[they work well together and I have not had a virus in years]



Agree
I do the same, this and MB. Nothing is 100% protected, but at $4 a device for 1 year it's a good deal providing an extra layer of security. Plus for me it is a write off.
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Got 1-----thanks & repped.
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I haven't used Norton since the 1900's and I wanted to make sure this version has a Firewall as well. Does it? I can't see that listed anywhere, even on their website.

PS. Never mind, after some research I found out that even it it has one it's pretty shitty. What a shame.
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Last edited by WoWa September 14, 2016 at 07:58 AM
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Will buying the Adobe CC Photo Plan extend an already active subscription by a year beyond its current expiry date, which in my case is June 2017?
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I haven't used Norton since the 1900's
The 1900's ... just how old is your computer? Must have been one of the first Smilie
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The 1900's ... just how old is your computer? Must have been one of the first Smilie
1903 to be exact. That was before Windows 95 and that Pentium that had a problem doing calculations... EEK!
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I would never go back to norton its lost it rep back in the 90's
I only had problems when I had Norton--stay far away from this company.. not even if they paid me would I install this garbage-try talking to one of there reps and you will see for your self but beware they will charge you for the phone conversation.
Go with Eset or kaspersky next bit defender. Malwarebytes is elite
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Last edited by jcjcace September 14, 2016 at 03:40 PM
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I would never go back to norton its lost it rep back in the 90's
I only had problems when I had Norton--stay far away from this company.. not even if they paid me would I install this garbage-try talking to one of there reps and you will see for your self but beware they will charge you for the phone conversation.
Go with Eset or kaspersky next bit defender. Malwarebytes is elite
Norton has improved a lot over the past 3-4 years. No more slow downs, resource hogs, and average protection. I have not used them the past year because I could not find FAR deals. and I have used Bitdefender and Kaspersky
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