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Symantec sale: Norton Security slashed to $10 for first year

Norton's antivirus protection is currently antiexpensive.

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Symantec is running a sale on its Norton security products with steep discounts for a year of coverage, from Norton AntiVirus Plus for protecting a single computer, to Norton 360 with LifeLock that offers security for five devices -- and also includes a VPN and identify theft protection. In our recent antivirus roundup, Norton 360 Deluxe was our pick for the best antivirus subscription for Windows PCs that's worth paying for.

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Norton AntiVirus Plus usually costs $60 for a year, but you can get a year of coverage for only $9.99. It protects one PC or Mac against viruses, malware, ransomware and spyware, among other online threats. It includes a password manager and 2GB of cloud backup.

Norton 360 plans are also discounted for the first year:

  • Norton 360 Standard costs $35 for the first year, down from $80. In addition to a PC or Mac, it can be used to protect a mobile device and includes a VPN for one device and 10GB of cloud backup.
  • Norton 360 Deluxe costs $40 for the first year, down from $100. It offers protection for up to five devices and includes parental controls and 50GB of cloud backup.
  • Norton 360 with LifeLock Select costs $100 for the first year, down from $150. It can be used on up to five devices and protects against identity theft and includes 100GB of cloud backup. 

We're hearing these price cuts will last until Oct. 7.

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