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Norton™ Internet Security

We have new ways to help protect your devices and online privacy.

Looking for Norton™ Internet Security? Try our Norton™ 360 Plans.

Norton Internet Security gave you virus protection. Norton 360 gives you much more.

Norton 360 plans give you device security to help protect PCs, Mac® and mobile devices against viruses and malware, plus new ways to help protect your devices and online privacy – all in a single solution.

For multiple layers of protection not only your devices but also for the personal information stored on them, try our Norton 360 plans. Protect your PCs, Mac and mobile devices against malware, and use Secure VPN for online privacy.

If you were using Norton Internet Security, try one of our Norton 360 plans:

Norton 360 Standard

Features in Norton 360 Standard include:

  • 10 GB PC Cloud Backup4, ‡‡
  • Password Manager
  • SafeCam5

Norton 360 Deluxe

Features in Norton 360 Deluxe include:

  • 75 GB PC Cloud Backup4, ‡‡
  • Password Manager
  • Parental Control
  • SafeCam5

Norton 360 Premium

Features in Norton 360 Premium include:

  • 100 GB PC Cloud Backup4, ‡‡
  • Password Manager
  • Parental Control
  • SafeCam5

The level of protection you need depends on what you do, and how you do it.

Do your kids go online? If so, get a plan with Parental Control.
Do you forget your passwords? If so, use Norton Password Manager.
Do you check email, bank or shop on your mobile phone? If so, Norton 360 plans help protect mobile devices.
Explore our plans in the chart below to find the one that’s right for you.
 

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Norton device security for smartphones, tablets, and laptops

Building upon the legacy of Norton Security, Norton Internet Security, and the original Norton 360™ and powered by artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning-based security technology, Norton™ 360 plans offer multi-layered protection, including:
  • Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) analyzes information arriving from a network (like the Internet) and helps block potential online threats before they hit your computer. (PC, Mac)
  • Antivirus with Advanced Machine Learning scans and helps remove malware files that enter a device, using emulation to test and see what files do, and machine learning. (PC, Mac, Android)
  • Reputation Protection (Insight) uses the reputation information gathered from our global network to classify software application files on their attributes. (PC)
  • Behavioral Protection (SONAR) uses artificial intelligence to classify applications based on behavior, and automatically helps block applications that display suspicious behavior. (PC)
  • Proactive Exploit Protection (PEP) helps protect against ‘zero-day’ attacks that exploit vulnerabilities in applications or the operating system (PC)
  • Power Eraser helps detect and lets you remove high-risk applications and malware that may be residing on your computer. (PC)

Defense against today’s cyberthreats.

Cyber threats are ever-evolving. Cybercriminals can steal personal information through your computers and mobile devices, and there are a number of ways that they do it.
Cybercriminals can use different types of malware to get what they want, such as:
  • Cryptojacking: Malware that gives cybercriminals access to “mine” cryptocurrency on your computer, at the expense of your resources.
  • Formjacking: Malware in which cybercriminals inject malicious code into online forms to steal payment card details on legitimate websites.
  • Ransomware: Malware that encrypts a computer’s contents and then demands a ransom to restore them, usually in the form of cryptocurrency like Bitcoin
  • Remote Access Trojans (RAT): Malware that gives a cybercriminal a “back door” to remotely access a compromised computer
Cybercriminals also still use malware like viruses, worms and spyware in addition to newer techniques. Norton 360 defends against the ways cybercriminals infect your devices with malware and compromise your online privacy. That’s malware defense from a trusted leader in cybersecurity.

What’s new in Norton 360?

Norton 360 plans have the same industry-leading virus and malware protection as Norton Security solutions do, plus integrate new and additional features to help protect your devices and online privacy:

Device Security
To help protect your PCs, Mac, Android, and iOS devices, security features include Password Manager to manage and generate your online passwords, PC Cloud Backup4,‡‡ to store important files and documents as a preventative measure against data loss due to hard drive failures, stolen devices and even ransomware, and Parental Control to help your kids explore the Internet more safely.
Online Privacy
Worried about your online privacy? We’ve added PC SafeCam to help you block unauthorized access to your webcam.

 

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Norton 360 Questions

Norton 360 plans are designed to bring you multiple layers of protection you need against existing and emerging cyberthreats. For most customers, a Norton 360 plan comparable to your current subscription will include additional features such as:

  • Password Manager to store and manage your passwords
  • SafeCam for PC to help you block unauthorized access to your webcam
  • PC Cloud Backup and/or more storage space‡‡, 4

Here’s helpful information about the different Norton 360 plans.

Yes, we had the original edition of Norton 360™ available in the past. Norton™ 360 provides device protection plus additional layers of protection that includes PC Safecam to help you block unauthorized access to your webcam.

Norton 360 is designed to bring multiple layers of protection for your devices and online privacy – all in a single solution– and you get:

  • Smart Firewall for PC helps protect your device and your data from malicious attacks and intrusive eyes by monitoring and helping block suspicious network traffic
  • Store important files and documents as a preventative measure against data loss due to hard drive failures, stolen devices and even ransomware with PC Cloud Backup‡‡, 4
  • Generate, store, and manage your passwords, credit card information and other credentials online in your very own encrypted, cloud-based vault with Password Manager
  • SafeCam for PC instantly alerts you to any attempt to access your webcam and helps block unauthorized access to it
  • From the moment you subscribe, a Norton expert is available to help keep your device virus-free, or give you a refund with our Virus Protection Promise2
  • Member Services & Support Agents are available day or night to assist with any question related to your plan with our Live support
     

We provide a 60-day Money-Back Guarantee for annual memberships — if you’re not satisfied with your purchase, return it for a full refund within the 60 days. No problem. Please review our Return Policy as restrictions may apply.*

Yes. You can cancel your automatic renewal for your annual subscription at any time at my.norton.com or by contacting Member Services & Support. For more details, please visit our Return Policy.*

We don’t offer a free trial to Norton 360 just yet, but we do have a 60-Day Money-Back Guarantee for annual subscriptions.

Norton offers several plan options to fit your needs. To compare our price plans, just click here.

No; however, for users of our legacy Norton 360™ solutions, we encourage you to try out Norton™ 360. Norton™ 360 brings multiple layers of protection for your devices and online privacy. Innovative protection that includes features such as a Password Manager, PC Cloud Backup4,‡‡ and online privacy protection with SafeCam for PC, to help you block unauthorized access to your webcam.5

Device Security Questions

Depending on your plan, we offer protection from one to ten devices (PCs, Macs, Android smartphones and tablets, iPads, and iPhones). *

These days, cyber threats are more varied than a virus infecting your PC. That’s why Norton provides real-time protection against existing and emerging threats that could put your personal information at risk.
 

Yes. Norton AntiVirus Plus is ideal to help protect one PC or Mac. It offers powerful protection for your device and personal information it stores. However, Norton 360 provides multiple layers of protection for devices and online privacy for the whole family.

Spyware is unwanted software that infiltrates a device, stealing Internet usage data and personal information. Spyware is classified as a type of malware — malicious software designed to gain access to or damage a computer, often without the knowledge of the owner. Spyware gathers personal information and relays it to advertisers, data firms, or external users. Norton 360 has device security which helps protect against viruses, ransomware, malware, and other online threats as you bank, shop and post online.

In addition, here are four main steps to help protect against spyware:

  • Don’t open emails from unknown senders.
  • Don’t download files from untrustworthy sources.
  • Don’t click on pop-up advertisements.
  • Use reputable antivirus software.
     

Malware is an abbreviated form of “malicious software.” This is software that is specifically designed to gain access to or damage a computer, usually without the knowledge of the owner. There are various types of malware, including spyware, ransomware, viruses, worms, Trojan horses, adware, or any type of malicious code that infiltrates a computer.

Norton 360 has comprehensive protection against malware and spyware for your devices, that may reduce the risk of information exposure.

In addition, be careful about what email attachments you open and be cautious when surfing by staying away from suspicious websites.
 

Ransomware is a malicious software that uses encryption to hold data for ransom, the purpose of which is to extort money from the victims with promises of restoring encrypted data. Like other computer viruses, it usually finds its way onto a device by exploiting a security hole in vulnerable software or by tricking somebody into installing it.

Norton 360 has device security which protects against viruses, ransomware, malware, and other online threats as you bank, shop and post online.

In addition, help protect your data and personal information from ransomware by:

  • Update your operating system and other software. Software updates frequently include patches for newly discovered security vulnerabilities that could be exploited by ransomware attackers.
  • Don’t automatically open email attachments. Email is one of the main methods for delivering ransomware. Avoid opening emails and attachments from unfamiliar or untrusted sources.
  • Be wary of any email attachment that advises you to enable macros to view its content. Once enabled, macro malware can infect multiple files. Unless you are absolutely sure the email is genuine, from a trusted source, delete the email.
  • Back up important data to an external hard drive. Attackers can gain leverage over their victims by encrypting valuable files and making them inaccessible. If you have backup copies, the cybercriminal no longer holds the upper hand. 
  • Use Cloud Backup. This can help with data loss in case of a ransomware infection, since having copies of your files available in the cloud gives you a backup plan in case of ransomware.
     

These are fake emails that can look surprisingly legitimate. If you get tricked into clicking a link or providing information, cybercriminals can get your passwords and account numbers.

Buying subscription-based antivirus software that specifically targets phishing is one way to help protect against being scammed. Keeping antivirus software up-to-date can help keep a computer protected against ever-evolving online threats. Antivirus software can help block offending emails that come from a suspect source or contain phrases common to many phishing attempts. Antivirus software like Norton 360 can also warn subscribers when they’ve stumbled upon an unreliable website. But one of the most important way to protect against phishing is to be informed. No reputable company will ever ask their customers for account numbers, credit card numbers, logins or passwords. Never enter personal information on a website that isn’t on a secure connection.
 

A Smart Firewall for PC is the network security in Norton 360 that monitors the traffic to and from your network and can either allow or block that traffic based on a defined set of security rules.

Norton 360 Smart Firewall for PC helps protect your device and your data from malicious attacks and intrusive eyes by monitoring and helping block suspicious network traffic.
 

Helping keep your device free from viruses is at the heart of what we do. We are so confident in our antivirus and malware protection, it’s backed by a refund. If your device gets a virus our Norton experts can’t remove, you get your money back.2

Cloud Backup for PC provides a secure cloud-based storage to store important files and documents as a preventive measure against data loss due to hard drive failures, stolen devices and even ransomware.‡‡

With Norton 360, help protect your kids from online threats with Parental Control included in Norton 360 Deluxe and Norton 360 Premium, so they can enjoy their connected world more safely.

Norton 360 plans which include Parental Control comes with easy-to-use parental control tools that allows you to set screen time limits for kids11, block unsuitable sites, monitor search terms and their overall activity history.

Yes, with Parental Control from Norton 360, you can help your kids balance time spent online by scheduling screen-time limits for their device usage.11 Parental Control is included in Norton 360 Deluxe and Norton 360 Premium.

Yes, Parental Control helps your kids explore the Web more safely by keeping you informed of which sites they are visiting, as well as blocking harmful or inappropriate sites.

Yes, Parental Control provides insights into the search terms and videos8 that interest your kids and flags unsafe behavior, so you can discuss it with them.10

Installation Questions

With a Norton account you can do all of the following:

  • Activate your product
  • Access your PC Cloud Backup
  • Manage your Norton subscriptions
  • Reinstall Norton products by using your product keys stored in your account 
  • Buy storage to add more space for your PC Cloud Backup
     

For detailed instructions on how to install and turn on Norton 360, please visit our Support Page.

For detailed instructions on how to remove Norton 360, please visit our Support Page.

To view the system requirements for Norton 360 plans, please visit our Support Page.

System Requirements

Not all features are available on all devices and platforms.
Norton Family, Norton Parental Control, Norton Cloud Backup, and SafeCam are presently not supported on Mac OS or Windows 10 in S mode.

Windows™ Operating Systems

Microsoft Windows 10 (all versions)
Microsoft Windows 8/8.1 (all versions). Some protection features are not available in Windows 8 Start screen browsers.
Microsoft Windows 7 (all versions) with Service Pack 1 (SP 1) or later.

Mac® Operating Systems

Current and previous two versions of Mac OS.
Features not supported: Norton Cloud Backup, Norton Parental Control, Norton SafeCam.

Android™ Operating Systems

Android 6.0 or later. Must have Google Play app installed.

iOS Operating Systems

iPhones or iPads running the current and previous two versions of Apple® iOS.

No one can prevent all cybercrime.

*Important Subscription, Pricing and Offer Details:

  • Your subscription begins when your purchase is completed (or otherwise, when your payment is received). You must download and install on each device, or complete enrollment to get protection. 
  • By subscribing, you are purchasing a recurring subscription which will automatically renew after the first term.
  • The price quoted today is valid for the first term of your subscription. After that, your subscription will be billed at the applicable monthly or annual renewal price here. The price is subject to change, but we will always send you a notification email in advance.
  • You can cancel your subscription at my.norton.com or by contacting Member Services & Support. For more details, please visit the Refund Policy.
  • Your subscription may include product, service and/or protection updates and features that may be added, modified or removed subject to the acceptance of the License and Services Agreement.

2 Virus Protection Promise: To be eligible, you must have a qualifying subscription with automatic renewal. If a Norton expert is unable to remove the virus from your device, then you may receive a refund based on the actual price paid for the current term of your qualifying subscription. If you have a bundle (a qualifying subscription from NortonLifeLock purchased with either another offering from NortonLifeLock, or a third party offering), your refund will be limited to the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price of only your qualifying subscription for the current term, not to exceed the total bundled price paid. Any refund will be net of any discounts or refunds received and less any shipping, handling and applicable taxes, except in certain states and countries where shipping, handling and taxes are refundable. The refund does not apply to any damages incurred as a result of viruses. See Norton.com/guarantee for complete details.

4 Norton Cloud Backup features are only available on Windows.

5 Norton SafeCam features are only available on Windows.

8 Video Supervision monitors videos that your kids view on YouTube.com. It does not monitor or track YouTube videos that have been embedded in other websites or blogs.

10 Mobile app must be downloaded separately.

11 iOS not supported

Norton Family and Norton Parental Control features are not supported on Mac.

‡‡ Requires your device to have an Internet/data plan and be turned on.

Δ 24/7 Support is available in English only. See https://www.norton.com/globalsupport.

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