Norton Security slashed to $10 for first year

Symantec is running a sale on its Norton security products with steep discounts for a year of coverage, from Norton AntiVirus Plus for protecting a single computer, to Norton 360 with LifeLock that offers security for five devices -- and also includes a VPN and identify theft protection. In our recent antivirus roundup, Norton 360 Deluxe was our pick for the best antivirus subscription for Windows PCs that's worth paying for.

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Norton AntiVirus Plus

($6/month or $60/year for one PC or Mac) covers the essentials. It offers browser extensions for Chrome, Edge, Firefox and Safari to block malicious websites; backup software with 2GB of online storage; a two-way firewall; system-optimization software; 24/7 customer support; Norton's security password manager; and Norton's money-back guarantee to keep your system clean. Like all the Norton 360 products, Norton AntiVirus Plus customers get access to the My Norton web portal.

Norton 360 Standard

It bumps the online storage to 10GB and gives you unlimited Norton VPN service for a single device, which isn't chicken feed -- no other antivirus brand we know of gives you unlimited VPN data for no extra fee.

Norton 360 Deluxe

The three subsequent Norton 360 products have the same antivirus protections and features as Norton 360 Deluxe, but toss in increasing levels of LifeLock identity protection along with more online storage and VPN client-software licenses.

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Testimonials

“But we're going to focus on the antivirus software. As you'd expect, the Norton interface's home screen has a green checkmark to show that everything is protected. It also tells you when the last scan was run and how many system licenses you've used.”

Jason Lisby
Support Specialist

“Many of the screens are unchanged from the previous generation of Norton antivirus products. The biggest difference is a more visible link to "Report Card," the previously existing screen that shows you how Norton's software has protected you in the past month.”

Scott Morrow
Support Specialist