Download Norton Antivirus 2010 with Free 90 Days Subscription

March 24, 2010 | Filed under Freebies, Security, Software


Norton Antivirus 2010 is the latest security software from Symantec that protects the computer from malware, virus, spyware, trojan, backdoor, rootkit, keylogger and any other malicious files. Norton security products has been around for many years since Windows 95. If you are looking for a simple security software that does not secure your computer too tightly that creates many restrictions, then Norton Antivirus 2010 is the way to go. The new version is lighter on system resource than previous versions and installs in less than a minute.

Free Norton Antivirus 2010

Norton Antivirus 2010 contains anti virus, anti spyware, bot protection, norton pulse updates, anti rootkit, vulnerability protection which were all included in the previous version of Norton Antivirus 2009. The new features that was added to the NAV2010 are Norton Download Insight, Norton File Insight, Norton Threat Insight, Norton Insight Network, SONAR 2 Behavioral Protection and Norton System Insight.

A 1 year Norton Antivirus 2010 subscription cost 39.99 and you can get a free 3 months free subscription by downloading the full setup installer direct download link below. All you need to do is download and install. You may need to create a free Norton account so that you won’t be nagged each time when Norton Antivirus 2010 is started up. The 90 days subscription license validity will automatically appear at the bottom of the program.

Download Norton Antivirus 2010


5 Responses to “Download Norton Antivirus 2010 with Free 90 Days Subscription”
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  3. naffa says:

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