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Norton Anti Virus 2002 Upgrade


Perform this method only if you cannot update your Norton AntiVirus software through the Live Update Web site.Important These steps may increase your security risk. These steps may also make the computer or the network more vulnerable to attack by malicious users or by malicious software such as viruses. We recommend the process that this article describes to enable programs to operate as they are designed to or to implement specific program capabilities. Before you make these changes, we recommend that you evaluate the risks that are associated with implementing this process in your particular environment. If you decide to implement this process, take any appropriate additional steps to help protect the system. We recommend that you use this process only if you really require this process.Note An antivirus program is designed to protect your computer from viruses. You must not download or open files from sources that you do not trust, visit Web sites that you do not trust, or open e-mail attachments when your antivirus program is disabled.For more information about computer viruses, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:




norton anti virus 2002 upgrade


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Disable the Norton AntiVirus Office plug-in. To do this, follow these steps. Norton AntiVirus 2002 is used as an example. Warning This workaround may make a computer or a network more vulnerable to attack by malicious users or by malicious software such as viruses. We do not recommend this workaround but are providing this information so that you can implement this workaround at your own discretion. Use this workaround at your own risk.


regsvr32 /u "c:\program files\norton antivirus\officeav.dll"c is a placeholder for the drive where Norton AntiVirus is installed. If the command is successful, you receive the following message:


regsvr32 /u "c:\program files\norton systemworks\norton antivirus\officeav.dll"c is a placeholder for the drive where SystemWorks is installed. If the command is successful, you receive the following message:


regsvr32 /u "c:\program files\norton internet security\norton antivirus\officeav.dll"c is a placeholder for the drive where Norton Internet Security is installed. If the command is successful, you receive the following message:


In August 1990, Symantec acquired Peter Norton Computing from Peter Norton.[4] Norton and his company developed various applications for DOS, including an antivirus. Symantec continued the development of the acquired technologies, marketed under the name of "Norton", with the tagline "from Symantec". Norton's crossed-arm pose, a registered U.S. trademark, was featured on Norton product packaging.[5] However, his pose later moved to the spine of the packaging, and then disappeared.


Norton Internet Security 2000, released January 10, 2000, was Symantec's first foray beyond virus protection and content filters.[8][9] Its release followed an alliance between Internet provider Excite@Home and antivirus vendor McAfee.com to provide Internet subscribers with McAfee's new firewall software, McAfee Personal Firewall.[10] Version 2000s firewall, based on AtGuard from WRQ, filters traffic at the packet level. It could block ActiveX controls and Java applets. Other features included cookie removal, and banner ad blocking.[11][12] ZDNet found the ad blocker to remove graphics that were not ads, breaking pages. Adjusting the settings fixed the problem, however the process was complicated. ZDNet noted the lack of information presented concerning attacks the firewall blocked.[13] Norton LiveUpdate downloads and installs program updates.


A reduction in memory consumption was made, prompted by the fact 40 percent of people contacting Symantec support had 512 MB of RAM. The beta release used about 6 MB of memory, compared to 11 MB by the prior version. To reduce scan times, Norton Insight used data from Norton Community participants to avoid scanning files that were found on a statistically significant number of computers.[54] Citing a NPD Group study finding that 39 percent of consumers switching antiviruses blamed performance, a CPU usage meter allowed users to find the cause of high CPU usage, whether it be Norton or another program. Updates were more frequent, termed Norton Pulse Updates. Pulse Updates were delivered every five to fifteen minutes (down from every eight hours).[55][56] Silent Mode automatically suspends alerts and updates when a program enters fullscreen mode and could be manually enabled.[57] Activities took place while the computer was idle, and terminate once user activity was observed.[58] Spam filtering became part of the bundle. This release bundled Norton Safe Web, which identified malicious websites, compatible with Internet Explorer and Firefox. Norton Safe Web color coded search results from search engines such as Google and Yahoo for safety. The Norton Safe Web toolbar included an Ask.com search box. The search box did not share code with the Ask toolbar; instead it redirected queries to the Ask search engine.


Benchmarking conducted by PassMark Software highlighted its 52 second install time, 32 second scan time, and 7 MB memory utilization. Symantec funded the benchmark test and provided scripts used to benchmark each participating antivirus software. Tests were conducted in Windows Vista running on a dual core processor.[59] PC Magazine found the suite added 15 seconds to boot time, with a baseline of 60 seconds. Norton added less than 5 percent to the time it takes to complete file operations. 25 percent more time was taken to unzip and zip a set of files.[60]


Safe Search allowed the user to filter out unsafe sites, get insight on them, and keep track of HTTP cookies. Malware removal and blocking performed well, setting or meeting records in PC Magazine testing. It achieved a detection rate of 98% (highest of 12 antivirus products).[66] The exception was blocking commercial keyloggers, where Norton made an above average score. File operations took 2 percent longer, and the file compression and extraction test took 4 percent longer. The only area where Norton introduced a significant delay was when the system was booting: the beta version added 31 percent to the boot time, significantly longer than prior versions.[65] According to the Norton performance comparison website, Norton Internet Security scanned 31 percent faster, was 70 percent lighter, and installed 76 percent faster than the leading anti-virus product.[67] AV-comparatives awarded Norton Internet Security "Best Product of 2009",[68] Bronze award for 98.6% detection rate in 2010 [69] and Norton Internet Security 2010 blocked 99/100 internet threats.[70]


Enhanced removal tools were tightly integrated for better cleanup of infected systems. Once triggered, the new, more powerful version of Norton Power Eraser restarted the system to locate and remove fake antivirus software and other deeply embedded threats that were otherwise hard to remove. A new tool called Norton Management helped manage different computers and devices from a single location.


Symantec, in compliance with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), whitelisted Magic Lantern, an FBI keylogger. The purpose of Magic Lantern was to obtain passwords to encrypted e-mail as part of a criminal investigation. Magic Lantern was first reported on November 20, 2001.[91] Magic Lantern was deployed as an e-mail attachment. When the attachment was opened, a trojan horse was installed on the suspect's computer. The Trojan horse was activated when the suspect used PGP encryption, often used to increase the security of sent e-mail messages. When activated, the trojan horse will log the PGP password, which allowed the FBI to decrypt user communications.[92] Symantec and other major antivirus vendors whitelisted Magic Lantern. Concerns included uncertainties about Magic Lantern's full potential and whether hackers could subvert it for purposes outside the law.[93]


Some anti-virus programs differentiate your subscription from the software itself -- even after expiration, you can continue using the program with old virus definitions. Norton, however, disables the entire program when your subscription runs out. You can't run scans or enable background protection in Norton without a current subscription. This prevents users from mistakenly believing their product will continue to work effectively without new definitions, but it leaves your computers vulnerable until you fix the problem.


Buying a new subscription for your Norton product will re-enable the software without requiring new installation. Open Norton from your taskbar and click "Renew" next to Subscription Status. Click "Renew My Subscription" and then "Buy Now." After payment, Norton will let you back in to the main program and resume protection. You can also renew your subscription from the Norton Management website, making it easier to renew subscriptions on multiple computers (see Resources). Renewal works with Norton software as far back as 2002 editions. If you have an older product, you have to upgrade.


In the end I recommended to the clients to disable the email scan portion and rely on the auto-protect functionality. One client had an option to disable "Worm Protection" without disabling the rest of the email scanning options which helped instead. However, I still came away thinking about the bad state of security software on Windows when the OS manufacturer and the anti-virus vendors can't even get their stuff to interoperate.


I downloaded and tested every single antivirus with parental controls that I could find. I looked for the best software that included all the anti-malware and child-protection features to keep my family safe online in 2023.


PC-cillin 2002 is the latest anti-virus software package from Trend Micro. In this dangerous world of internet viruses and unauthorized access to your computer, there are a number of anti-virus programs that prevent viruses and hackers from damaging your system. Norton Anti-Virus and McAfee are generally considered the more popular virus packages, however Pc-cillin 2002 gives these competitors a run for their money. Unlike the standard version of Norton Anti-Virus, PC-cillin 2002 offers a wide range of features that include; 041b061a72


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