For a many years, Symantec have been developing Internet security software, made popular by the number of pre-installed installations, found on new PCs.
Norton Internet Security 2008 is the newest update and contains a suite of security tools, including an anti-virus client, anti-spyware, firewall, anti-spam and more.
In the newest revision, Symantec have introduced the "Identity Safe" feature that protects users' identities when shopping, banking, or browsing online. Another new product is the Browser Defender, which protects against "drive-by" downloads and other new threats that exploit various vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer. Other enhancements include a re-written anti-virus engine that is said to improve performance and reside more quietly on your PC.
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