Meanwhile, the flaw happens to come at a very awkward time for Symantec. John Thompson, chief executive, Symantec just recently campaigned to convince consumers to trust Symantec and not Microsoft for protecting their personal information.
You can't trust neither I use Norton 2005 and I am quite happy, no problem whatsoever, yes it is bloatware but it works for me, I have a hefty system. As to Norton CRAP 2006, it is an even bigger bloatware, takes forever to bloody install (even despite having the fastest drive and processor and RAM). Too late - I tried getting my money back but you can't return open software Anyways,on a positive note, Norton 2006 has managed to detect and fix/completly remove some spywares that neither AdAware, Spybot S&D nor Spysweeper could detect, so I guess that's a good thing
As far as why the bloody (BEEP) is it so bloated and takes so long to install is beyond me, poor coding. Norton has a great potential for being the best but its coded like SH... you know