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STV0726

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Check This Out: http://www.symantec....threatmeter.jsp

I normally hate all Symantec/Norton products, but this is cool.

It treats certain aspects of the internet and their risk levels like forcasts. It's hard to explain just go there and it will show you how it rates the current threat level of file sharing, browsing, email, chatting, etc. Very cool!
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Trusting a forecast from Symantec is like trusting the weatherman. I trust them as far as I could throw them.
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Trusting a forecast from Symantec is like trusting the weatherman. I trust them as far as I could throw them.


I trust the weatherman.. to be wrong...and they don't let me down ... :blink:
I avoid Symantec like the plague... :whistling:
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Thanks for showing us, but I've boycotted virtually all Norton products after I got NOD32... The only thing I use now is Norton Ghost... I'll eventually replace that with Acronis too... :whistling:
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I love norton over all others. I have partition magic. one license of ghost, two of save and restore, two NIS 2007 licenses, two pcanywhere licenses, should i go on. i trust them over all others. so far they havent let me down. i used to use mcafee, but havent liked them lately so i changed to norton.
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