We have tried installing Norton Security and we have the same problem, with other antivirus programs like AVAST we haven't problem. Have you had another real time anti virus program at the same time as Norton ?If so, it needs to be completely removed using that vendor's own removal tool.https://support.norton.com/sp/en/us/home/current/solutions/v60392881_End User Profile_en_us Please come back and let us know how you made out. Could the Internet provider block the Norton updates or the Norton server block some IPs? Yes, I've checked the time zone and system clock and they are correct and when I check the subscription status everything is fine.
To check if the issue you are experiencing is related to a known system problem or outage, visit Norton Services Status page.If you see this error message with Norton Internet Security 4.0, then we recommend that you skip the following two updates from the Live Update session: This error has been reported to us with these two patches, and we are working on fixing it.If you have an older Norton product version or if you do not know your version, go to Norton Update Center. I've a problem updating Norton 360 depending on the Internet connection, the main problem is that there are no errors and when I run manually Live Update, says there is completed and no more updates, but never there are updates.norton have problems connecting to the norton servers on 2 occasions i got the error message 3048,3, but most of the time i don't get any message.
when i manually push update the update menu says "searching for updates" but nothing happens.
If I try to do the same thing in other Internet connection it works.
I've been trying to put in the Norton 360 settings the update server "liveupdate.symantec.com" and the port "80" but same problem.
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