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Stinger utilizes next generation scan engine technology, including process scanning, digitally signed DAT files, and scan performance optimizations." than that, keep every thing updated , Co U is a good place to look for updates Edited by no one, 28 December 2006 - PM. I've just experienced what I assume is the usual result when trying to uninstall Norton products. Any further suggestions on how to get rid of all things related to Norton/Symantec, other than a complete R&R? the old tool doesn't link you to this new one, I can't guess. I meant to post the information here, but forgot... All is well now without Norton/Symantec products and I'm doing just fine with freeware. I told her that she shouldn't renew and that there are lots of free products that are just as good and don't take up as much room.

I tried using the instructions presented in this thread and repeatedly get the following message: "The version of Norton Removal Tool you are using is expired. http;// Clicking the link takes me to a Symantec site telling me that the system date and/or time on my PC is incorrect and to change it. An alternative listed was to remove a Symantec registry key, which I did (after backing up the registry...) After rebooting and running Sym again, I still get the same error message. I'm so thoroughly fed up with all things related to Norton/Symantec that if I still had all my original disks handy, I'd go ahead and dedicate a day (or two...) to reformatting and reinstalling everything. I know there are many that would argue "you get what you pay for" and I wouldn't argue to strongly against, but I was never satisfied with either Mc Afee or Symantec products and the freeware products I've chosen are highly rated, amazing easy to install and configure and so far have worked without fail on numerous PC's I own and/or support, so I'm satisfied. I'm going to try to convert her to Thunder Bird and Fire Fox as well.

Surely it wont be still on the registry after all this time? As far as I am aware, Norton is one of the best security programs. I have or rather I sort of have Symantec on my computer and was using is for a long time. The short cut that was always there now says that the VPC32shortcut is missing. If you are not using Norton anymore,it is advisable to d/l and run the Sym utility. Can you tell me if it's enough and whether you would reccommend deleting some and adding others. ) Spybot Spyware Blaster Windows Defender CCleaner Thanks Nat BFU= Brute Force Uninstaller sorry, probably not much help )it's not advisable to run two different AV's at the same time.Two years ago, when Symantec first presented us with their idea to create a complete security and performance solution, the company said it wanted to start from scratch, to build the thing right; we're happy to say that Symantec Norton 360 delivers on that early promise.That's not to say Norton 360 is perfect, nor is it designed for everyone.Programs such as Norton Internet Security 2012 include a browser toolbar.When Mozilla releases updates to Firefox, this toolbar may become temporarily incompatible, which happened when Firefox 10 and 17 came out.Many are "wormable" vulnerabilities that can be used to make attacks remotely without the user doing anything: "Just emailing a file to a victim or sending them a link to an exploit is enough to trigger it — the victim does not need to open the file or interact with it in any way." Symantec issued a security advisory saying it has "verified the issues and addressed them in product updates." Some of the antivirus products will automatically update, but others won't, meaning that network administrators and customers may have to take action to stop the vulnerabilities from being exploited, now that they've been made public.