Norton Secure VPN

Download Norton Secure VPN for PC

By Symantec

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2016-06-13
  • Current Version: 3.0.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 87.26 MB
  • Developer: Symantec
Score: 3.5
From 6,198 Ratings

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Norton Secure VPN for PC Description

Norton Secure VPN is a security app from a consumer brand trusted by millions of consumers. Protection for your device against cybercriminals, browse more anonymously, change your location, and helps block advertisers from tracking your online activities! Turn any public Wi-Fi into your personal hotspot! ► HELP PROTECT YOUR DEVICE FROM CYBERCRIMINALS When you connect to public Wi-Fi, cybercriminals may spy on your online activity and steal your sensitive information, like passwords and credit cards details. Norton Secure VPN uses the same encryption technologies that leading banks use to help protect your data. ►BROWSE ANONYMOUSLY Mask your online activities and location with our no-log VPN. We don’t track or store your online activity, so even we won’t know what you’re up to! ►CHANGE YOUR LOCATION Just change your virtual location so your IP address can’t be tracked! ► BLOCK AD TRACKERS ADVERTISERS’ TRACKING COOKIES We help block ad trackers by intercepting cookies and removing your identifying information. Websites will no longer be able to track you to deliver unsolicited ads at a later time. ►TURN PUBLIC WI-FI INTO PERSONAL HOTSPOT Turn any public Wi-Fi into your own secure virtual private network to help keep your personal information safe, and your online activities private. ------------------------------ The KRACK attack puts Wi-Fi connections at risk. Use Norton Secure VPN to help encrypt the information you send and receive, for protection against this new threat. With Norton Secure VPN, you can pay bills at the airport or check emails at a café without worrying about cybercriminals stealing your passwords or monitoring your online activity. Going online in public just got better. Get Norton Secure VPN and go online in public, more securely and privately. ------------------------------ ► SUBSCRIPTION DETAILS • Norton Secure VPN Subscription: Provides more secure connectivity for your mobile device. • 30-day trial requires activation of annual subscription. • Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. • Subscription will renew automatically at the end of the subscription term unless canceled. Cancel in your iTunes account before end of trial to avoid payment. • Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. • You can manage your subscriptions and automatic renewal may be turned off by going to your Account Settings after purchase. • Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription. • Annual subscription is for one device only. --------------------------------------------- For feedback and suggestions, visit the support forum: For a detailed list of features, visit: --------------------------------------------- •Start your 30-day trial* to help protect your Wi-Fi connections now! *30-day trial requires activation of $29.99 annual subscription. Cancel in your iTunes account before end of trial to avoid payment. More details below.


  • Not Happy.

    By RetMil
    I downloaded the program and it worked as far as installing the program but it did not add the Icon to my screen. You cannot get into the program without going online when you do not have an icon. I have gone onto the chat with Norton five times, I have called them Three times and no one can help me find out how to get the icon added to my screen. One told me to uninstall the program and reinstall it. Well you cannot uninstall without the icon. Don’t assume that the support people know their product. That do not. I tried to cancel my subscription and delete the program another way. Can’t do that either because I paid it for a year. So I’m stuck with a program that no one can help with. I still have to go to the App Store search for the Norton Secure VPN program and click open to get into the program to make changes or turn it off. Besides that it seems as thought the program has slowed my internet down considerably. Wish there was someone that I could talk to about this. Therefore, count me as Not Happy.
  • Not up to par with Norton standards

    By @_Raye_
    Extremely slow. I use Norton for my pc so I was really surprised when this didn’t work out.
  • The worst

    By wyd11112368974781910274680193
    This is the worst app ever
  • Caused more problems than it fixed

    By TVSTS
    Tried this app for about a week. After a few days I had bad connection issues with my iPhone. I also could not open a lot of web pages. As soon as I deleted the app and rebooted the phone, all problems went away.
  • Expect more from Norton

    By Punhanda
    Confuses certain apps that are expecting a sign-up from a unique IP address. Interferes with regular flow of work every now and then. It should work silently in the background.
  • Doesn’t do the job

    By inkstainedwretch ,retd.
    By now, one would think the Norton outfit could make a really good VPN - while it may hide content, when used over Verizon’s easily ID’d FIOS lines, it seems to still allow tracking to the location of a wired device - or track the location of the tower serving a wireless device - how do I know? Yesterday, using my i-phone as a terminal, Firefox/protected browser mode/alleged trackless Duck2dGoose search/most secure mode, full Norton Secury/Dual router system ala Steve Gibson/no data over cellular/Norton VPN to call up a newspaper six states away, With an ad: “for people living in Mytown, St. -a restaurant a half-mile away!” Clearly, something is wrong here - probably too small an encryption key, and only a single-stage reception/release point v. a thoroughly protected TOR system that would scramble even the type of data going out (html? Pop3? FTP?) to central location, distribution to one of a dozen N. American sites, then reception and turn-around. The Norton firewall also prohibits site blocking, by name or URL or UID. And worse, Norton-branded “high security” router is a no-go folks, it can only be programmed from a wireless device. OK, I’ll have to use TOR , and run the risk of timeouts 9 out of 10 times, or just give up my home PC for random wifi locations, until one of the most respected names in the biz can get it right again (the cursed thing is Verizon FIOS provides the best quality service, and since we rejected high-security smartphones made in Canada and Motorola sold its phone division, Apple makes the highest quality Portable terminals. Then again, the Internet wasn’t designed for commercial service at all, and ignorant users, coders and equipment designers are all doing a C- at best job.
  • Idk if it cancels

    By Human Judge
    I donut know if after I say yes to the 30 day free trial, then delete it, it still keeps the 30 day trail and then makes you pay.
  • Yes is good

    By Lokito %
    Good protection!
  • Works Great On Phones & Tablets, But...

    By Balance=Fail
    Pathetically slow on desktops, laptops. Network bandwidth went from 800 megs to 80 megs. That issue was supposed to be fixed.
  • Grrat

    By Hasdrtyvhy
    Great for browsing most sites but still has some security issues that can be hacked pretty easy. But I do like how it blocks ads and pop ups