Confidently browse, shop, bank, and socialize online without worrying about getting attacked or scammed. Norton Internet Security for Mac gives you the power to protect your identity, your Mac, and your important stuff from online threats so you can safely enjoy your favorite online activities. Norton Internet Security for Mac warns you of unsafe websites and suspicious online merchants right in your search results. It blocks dangerous and phishing websites designed to steal your identity and hard-earned money. And, it detects and eliminates online threats—including spyware—before they can steal your personal information, take control of your Mac, or damage your iTunes media, iPhoto pictures, and other irreplaceable stuff.
Only seeing 30 days or less left on your new subscription?
Follow the steps below to activate your product. STEP 1 Locate Your Norton Product Key
After your purchase, the product key can be found in the CD sleeve for your shipped product or in Your Games and Software Library in your Amazon account or in your confirmation email from Amazon for digital downloads.STEP 2 Activate Your Norton Product
1. Start your Norton product.
2. On the Norton product window, next to the subscription status, click Renew or Activate Now.
3. Click I have a key or code to enter. You can skip this step if you see the prompt to enter the product key.
4. Input in your product key, and click Next.
5. Follow the on-screen instructions.
6. Review your subscription details, and then click Done.
Problems upgrading from or uninstalling a prior version?
Please download and use the Norton Removal Tool
from support.norton.com to uninstall any previous versions and then follow the steps above to activate your new product. System Requirements:
Mac OS X 10.7 Lion, 10.8 Mountain Lion or later Processor:
Mac system with Intel Core 2 Duo processorRAM:
2 GBHard Drive:
Internet connection required for LiveUpdate security updatesBrowser Support:
Safari and Mozilla Firefox
As made available by Symantec within your service period.
Supports current and the most recent previous release.