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I just got a new computer with Mac OS 10.7 Lion.

 

Your current Norton Internet Security For Mac does not run on 10.7  

 

Please make Symantec's  "Norton Internet Security 5 For Mac Mac OS® X 10.7 only"  available to us so we are protected. Without it, many of your users lack virus protection.

 

Would really appreciate any efforts to cut a deal with Symantec now that this new version is available.

 

Thanks!

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You've got a Mac - Why would you want any AV or anything else from Norton / Symantec?

 

Unless you're running Windows on that Mac,  you really don't need any AV software.

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DCS801 wrote:

You've got a Mac - Why would you want any AV or anything else from Norton / Symantec?

 

Unless you're running Windows on that Mac,  you really don't need any AV software.



Right... there are no Mac virus or trojans or bots.... Oh... that's right there are Mac trojans and bots.. Whether Norton or what.. I suggest having available antimalware solutions for any popular OS.

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