Norton users with the membership of Endpoint Protection have the advantage to keep on the protection against cyber risk. Product involving all the security major features to defense your data, Norton Endpoint Protection alerts its user when any anonymous activity detected.
However, you need to keep the software updated and activated in order to uphold the security layers. Make sure to install the current virus definition timely, this helps users to protect their device against emerging viruses and threats. If you are not sure about when you last updated the product, visit Norton.com/Setup and login to your account (or create if you are a new user). From your profile, you can check subscription details.
If the product is outdated, it is advised to activate it in order to update new virus definitions. To know how to go for new virus definitions, follow the instruction below:
Steps to update Norton virus definition:
- Launch Norton Setup on the screen or log in to your Norton account
- From the top menu bar, click on Security center
- From the drop-down menu, click on Virus definitions & updates > Symantec Endpoint Protection
- Find your Norton product’s name and version
- Search for the Windows version you have
- Depending on your version of Windows and Norton product, click on definition to download
- As the file is downloaded, click and open the file
- Once the Intelligent Updater/ Virus definition finishes updating, click OK and end the process
You have now successfully installed the new Norton Virus definition. Perform a deep scan and check in case your device has any interference of new virus. Additionally, allow permission to the software so it can scan your emails in order to block risks you may encounter through mails. If the update fails to install, log in to your Norton account and purchase a product for premium security.