mark this as answered please
Well, I asked this question is not just. now. I am also a subscription to Norton (Internet Security (NIS) too few years). So, I called to Norton support and ask: "what will happen next with your product? it somehow does not work well.." A turns out they have long been (who wish) exchange all subscribes the Norton Internet Security (NIS) 3 devices -> to subscribe Norton Security (NS) 5 devices (free replacement, with improved versions of subscription)
So I thought what McAfee also replacement the Internet Security -> Total Protection or LiveSafe (for everyone).
I saw, yes, thanks for the link. But I did not mean the number of devices (I only have one computer and my phone does not need anti-virus protection there windows 8.1 mobile (denim)
I mean that the AV company is gradually reducing the number of its products. I think that will soon cease to support Norton Internet Security (NIS), and therefore takes its subscribers (and me) to another more perfect product Norton Security (NS)
Actually there is no need to be discussing (Norton Products) in the Intel Security Community. They have their own Forum. Are you saying that you are running both McAfee/And Norton on the same Device/Computer? If that is the case, you are asking for trouble.
As both Products will clash/conflict with each other. Leaving you at risk of being infected.
I do not install two antivirus products at the same time, but I have a subscription to many products (from Office 365 and ending with McAfee) And anti-virus products are all I have.
I just thought that Intel will follow the example Norton (in the future) because they support a wide range of antivirus products is not expedient. Especially in times of economic crisis.
Though generally parallel McAfee I installed WatchDog Anti-Malware (also American product but Turkish license). But this cloud scanner is small and it does not conflict with any installed anti-virus software, and is engaged in catching of what McAfee can not catch.
But already they have made the suites multi-device, multi-license, whereas before they would only cover 1 or maybe 2 PC's, no other devices and that was it.
I am sure that competitiveness comes into play somewhere along the line. Especially with Norton/Symantec being almost as big as McAfee was before the Intel takeover.
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