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How long will the Norton Security Suite be active for. I'm getting a message that I need to activate it and then get transfered to the Norton website to purchase an anual package. It makes sence as nothing in life is free but I just wanted to be certain.

 

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Hi johnsp1234,

 

The Comcast Norton Security Suite (NSS) is active for as long as you remain a Comcast customer or until the contract between Comcast and Norton is terminated by the companies.  That said there is a verification process that is done approximately every 45 days between Norton and Comcast to ensure you are still a customer.  Sometimes that can produce a gltich in the system and you may rceive notice your  NSS has expired.

 

The best thing to do in this case is to follow the instuctions in the following link, being sure to tell Norton Support you re a Comcst customer.

 

http://forums.xfinity.com/t5/Anti-Virus-Software-Internet/Info-for-customers-receiving-cautions-that...

 

Please let us know how things go.

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