Norton 2013 series of products is now available for beta testing. Apart from cosmetic changes, the biggest improvement is complete Windows 8 support.

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When Symantec tried to play the hacker Yama Tough, who claims to have the code, he got impatient and released the code online on 6 February. After analyzing the leaked code, Symantec has declared that it is a five-year-old code, and its patches are enough to keep users safe.

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Anonymous has made a Pastebin dump of email exchanges between a Symantec representative called Sam Thomas and Yamatough, the spokesperson of the hacker group Lords of Dharmaraja.

The hacker group is accusing Symantec of ‘bribing’ them in order to prevent the release of the pcAnywhere source code. Looking at the email exchange however, it seems that the hacker group was in fact trying to extort money from Symantec.

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Symantec has now retracted its previous statement that the security breach which led to the leak of source codes of their older security products happened at a third part server, reports Reuters.

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According to Internet Security Giant Symantec, this Windows-specific computer worm – Stuxnet, has already affected more than 10,000 Indian systems, across power units and petrochemical plants.

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Symantec warns of fake alerts, fake security updates and new fake anti-spyware. That’s just the beginning – it gets worse.

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Hack is Wack, y’all! Snoop Dogg + Symantec = Rap Contest On Anti-Cybercrime

Snoop Dogg has joined hands with Norton in a contest called Hack is Wack. Participants have to upload a 2 minute video of their best original rap song against cybercrime. Winners will receive a ticket to visit the Snoop Dogg management and a Toshiba laptop filled with Norton’s security software.

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Here are the results of our 7th competition the Norton Online Backup Giveaway where we were giving away 5 accounts worth $49.95 each.

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It’s time to start the 7th competition in our birthday bash series, this time we surveyed users what to give away as prizes and the most wanted item on the list was Norton Online Backup, so here is a competition that will give users a chance to win one of the 5 Norton Online Backup licenses worth $49.99 each sponsored by Symantec.

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And here are the winners of the Norton 360 Version 3 sponsored by Symantec worth $79.99 each, congratulations to the winners, for the others do keep competing in future competitions, you can win more and more goodies.

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