Published On: Thu, Mar 1st, 2012

New Wi-tribe subscribers to get free Norton antivirus

Wi-tribe will offer its users access to the latest version of the infamous Norton Internet Security software. Wi-tribe announced that customers who visit any of wi-tribe’s Experience Centers and apply for new subscriptions will get a free 12-month subscription of the Norton Internet Security 2012 software for Mac and PC.

This promotion costs P950 in retail but it will be available for free for new individual and corporate accounts.

Edmund Pike, Wi-tribe Philippines Head of Products, commented that “viruses, malware and malicious attacks are on the increase and a serious menace to consumers. Our new partnership with Symantec gives our customers access to a range of safety tools that can protect them and their family from cyber-attack”.

Norton Internet Security 2012 is undeniably the most powerful anti-virus and computer protection software. This software cleans your computer and removes viruses, spyware and other threats before they can cause damage to your system without sacrificing performance and scans emails and instant messages for suspicious files and malware.

Users who have subscribed to Norton Internet Security 2012 will have easy access to Norton Online Family, a free online parenting tool that helps parents to keep an eye on their children’s online lives; parents can track the websites their kids visit, block access to inappropriate sites and manage the amount of time their children spend online.

Using four unique layers of protection, Norton Internet Security 2012 offers features like Download Insight which lets users know of dangerous applications before they are installed; and Norton Identity Safe which protects personal and financial information from cybercriminals and keeps users safe from fraudulent websites.

About the Author

- is a neogeographer and a contributor for National Geographic Asia. He's also an open source advocate promoting the use FOSS by advocating open standards and developing tools to speed up and ease web and software development. Gregory has lived in Reykjavik and Tokyo, but now lives back in his hometown in Singapore

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  1. irish says:

    I dont prefer to get norton antivirus no more after the source code leak

  2. Yiddish says:

    does all the problems based on Norton solved?

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