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Norton Security for Mac via XFINITY

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Norton Security for Mac via XFINITY

Norton for Mac site isn't responding, according to Safari, my browser. What next?

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Re: Norton Security for Mac via XFINITY

The http://constantguard.xfinity.com/products-and-services/norton-security-suite/ site seems to be taking a long time to load, but I did manage to connect.

 

I was not able to connect to the Norton Mac portal itself. I suspect the matter will be resolved shortly.



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Re: Norton Security for Mac via XFINITY

Hi 

 

Thanks for reporting this. I have reported the same to the concerned team already.However, I see that the page opens fine on my end. Could you please check this link http://constantguard.comcast.net/products-and-services/norton-internet-security/ 

 

Are you trying to download/install currently?

 

Thnaks

Anirban

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Re: Norton Security for Mac via XFINITY

I was never able to succeed in a simple download and install of Norton Security for Mac via Xfinity.  Xfinity/Comcat fell down on this one.

If I thought there was any hope of success I'd give it another try.  I am still completely disatisfied.  It can not be that difficult to simply provide a service that requires a simple download and install.  Hundreds of other app providers manage to accomplish this task in less time than it takes

for a Keurig to brew a cup of coffee.

Security Expert

Re: Norton Security for Mac via XFINITY

Hi JIMPRICEWRITER

See if the following works for you:

 

http://constantguard.comcast.net/products-and-services/download-norton-internet-security/index.php

 

Please be sure to have your PIN available:

 

Have you tried going to the following and then selecting the MAC download?

 

http://constantguard.comcast.net/norton?cid=NET_33_601

 

 

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