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Symantec Issues Universal Binary For Norton AntiVirus

Symantec Issues Universal Binary For Norton AntiVirus

by , 1:45 PM EST, January 27th, 2006

Symantec this week issued version 10.1 of Norton AntiVirus, enabling the software to run on Intel Macs. The company recommended that users run LiveUpdate within NAV 10.0 to download and install the update.

Symantec also said that it is working on bringing Intel compatibility to the enterprise version of AntiVirus, as well as the Symantec Administration Console. In addition, the company reported that Intel versions of Norton Personal Firewall 3.x, Norton Internet Security 3.x, Norton SystemWorks and Norton Utilities are in development. None of the applications run correctly through Rosetta and should not be used on Intel Macs until Universal Binaries are released.

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