To start using Norton antivirus, visit norton.com/setup and enter Norton setup product key and activate your Norton subscription. Norton setup product key is a 25-character alpha-numeric code written on the back of a retail card. It's used to verify Norton security at norton.com/setup. As a sample product key to let you understand: xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx
To manage Norton subscription, user need to visit their online Norton account. When user enters their product key, then they can promptly install security on the device they are working on. User can also send a link via email if they want to install the product on another device. In Norton account, users can even manage anti-theft. The process of Norton installation is extremely quick. Since Norton programs are light-weight, it doesn't take more than a few minutes for the setup to get installed.
After downloading the file, follow steps for Norton install with product key
• If you are installing Norton through CD, insert it in your computer device and click on "Run" and it will start installing your Norton Setup.
• If you downloaded it online, check your download folder and click on Norton Setup file, Installation will start automatically.
Norton 360 is an integral part of complete package which is widely used by professionals and non-professionals. There is a simple activation process of activation by entering account credentials and product key.
After entering the activation code in Norton.com/setup, then you need to activate Norton on your desktop. For this you need to install file and follow the guidelines. This will ask you for protection level and set the firewall on your device. For complete protection you need to scan your device so that Norton antivirus can detect the threats on you device. After complete scanning it will prompt you about detected virus and ask you if it will delete it.
Norton setup offers a fee-based suite of antivirus products which provide various virus detection method. User can protect their desktop by regularly scanning the computer with Norton antivirus. Norton's anti-virus suite uses virus definitions, suspicious behavior, emulation and the sandbox method to detect viruses that may be on your computer.
When Norton Antivirus filters your PC, it looks at the hard drive, memory, boot parts and any removable drives that you are examining against its downloaded virus definition database. The database contains pattern or parallel binary code that is unique to each virus known to Norton. Once Norton AntiVirus looks through your PC and finds code that matches something in the database, it will hail the infection for isolate or evacuation. This technique just shields your PC from known infections.
Suspicious behavior detection does not depend upon the virus detection method. Rather, in this technique relies on active monitoring to scan your computer's programs to locate suspicious behavior. When you use this method, you will accept or deny a program that keeps running on your computer until Norton.com/setup realizes which programs are known to be protected. This technique can shield your desktop from obscure or new infections, yet it can likewise make false positives.