The Norton Cybercrime Report 2011 said over 74 million people in the United States, maker of the Norton anti-virus software.
What does NAV stand for?
NAV stands for Norton Anti-Virus
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 41 other meanings of NAV in our Acronym Attic
- Nemzeti Adó- és Vámhivatal (Hungarian: National Tax and Customs Administration)
- Nerve Action Potential
- Net Asset Value
- Network Allocation Vector
- Network Applications Vehicle
- New Authorized Version (New King James Version of the Bible)
- No Added Value
- Non-Ad Valorem Duty (tariff)
- Non-Aqueous Volatiles
- Nonhost Angiosperm Volatiles
Samples in periodicals archive:
The agreement will initially focus on offering Symantec's award winning Norton anti-virus product to its user base in the Philippines, Pakistan and Jordan and will soon be extended to include products such as cloud backup and parental control throughout the group.
A number of Firefox users are reporting that the built-in update service used by Firefox is still initially being flagged by Symantec's Norton Anti-Virus and Norton Internet Security 2010.
The email has a spoofed "From" address that indicates the message is from Symantec's Norton Anti-Virus division; and it indicates the user's machine is infected with a virus called w32.
The stock has split numerous times since then, and he now has 150 shares in the company that owns Norton Anti-Virus and other software concerns.
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The virus has succeeded in hitting computers which have already walled protection from the popular Norton anti-virus system and has presented subscribers with a message stating that the Norton monitoring service has been "de-activated".
Reader response to last issue's article, "'Deadbolt' your computer and 'Don't talk to strangers,' anti-virus expert advises," included the following questions which we forwarded to Anson Lee, program manager at Symantec Corporation, parent company of the popular Norton Anti-Virus program.