I received an email from Comcast (my ISP) announcing their “Constant Guard™ Security Service”.
Basically, if Comcast thinks a customer is infected with a bot they will email the customer and offer to help clean up the computer.
If you have downloaded Norton, and it won't open on your computer, it means you have one of several problems that might prevent Norton from protecting you.
Right click on Norton and see if you can access "Properties." If you can, click on it and read if there are any errors with the program.
The Constant Guard service claims to do a lot more too, but Comcast is quite ambiguous about parts of it.
As for the Android edition, it's an Editors' Choice. We noticed that Norton Anti-virus box in with the laptop and thought my brother had purchased it, so I would have to install it against my better judgment after the Mc Afee trial.The second thing to happen was MS security updates would not download.I talk to my brother to tell him I have to remove Norton and does he want to try and get a refund for it.My brother was a computer geek in high school in the mid to late 80's and then university for computer sciences.