When I signed up for broadband at home, I got Norton Internet Security for
"free". So, being somewhat frugal (okay, cheap), I installed it. I
occasionally, after a re-boot, get error messages that say I turned off
auto-protect. According to my searches, the "fix" recommended by Norton
(Symantec) is to remove NIS and re-install it. Well, let's just say that
this seems like a lot of work just to fix the problem.



I used to use Trend Micro's Internet Security on another PC, and never had
issues. They sent me an email to upgrade to their Titanium 2013 for free
since my subscription, I guess, had not expired. I'll have to check with
them about that.



But the reason I am writing is to find out if anyone here has had
experiences (good / bad / mediocre) with Titanium. I don't want to go
through a lot of pain again (getting my flu shot today is all that I think I
can handle for a week or so).



Jerry C. Adams

IBM i Programmer/Analyst

Loving someone too much may be cause for a restraining order.


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