I'm slightly confused over the beta test release of Norton Internet Security 2008. It's a public beta test designed for people to offer feedback on the forthcoming security suite update, due for release later in 2007. However, the beta release is not designed for production machines, so you should only test it in a virtually hosted environment and it only works for 30 days. When other big software publishers release a beta, they make sure that the version works until after the planned official launch.
Norton Internet Security 2008 is now available for limited beta testing. Anyone can test the security suite, but it's really only designed for serious users who want to use it in a test environment. You shouldn't install it on your work or production PC.
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