Norton Anti-Virus with Firefox
Compatibility of Norton Anti-Virus with Firefox

While you make use of Norton’s anti-virus program, firewall or even other Internet protection services, you could still continue to run others programs that you usually use too, counting the Firefox Web browser. Nonetheless, although Norton products normally work well with Firefox, there may be a few exclusions. This can be really annoying at times! But you could take certain measures to ensure that the two programs work together more flawlessly.

Browser Compatibility

Norton anti-virus works well along with Firefox to identify viruses in pages you load and other file you may download, in the same manner like Norton anti-virus products do in any other browser. This implies that if you make a switch from a browser like Internet Explorer to Firefox, you would still be protected against viruses as well as other malicious software. The compatibility of Norton with every version of Firefox is good.

Norton Anti-Virus with Firefox

Norton Toolbar

A browser toolbar is included in programs like the Norton Internet Security 2012. When Mozilla issues updates to Firefox, the said toolbar may turn out to be provisionally incompatible which is exactly what happened when the Firefox 10 and 17 were released. Nonetheless, Norton offers updates to this software to ensure this issue is resolved. Just in case the toolbar is compatible with the Firefox version that you have but you are not able to view it, then just press “Alt,” select “Tools,” click “Add-ons,” and then, in the Extensions section, click “Enable” for the Norton Toolbar. If you require further Norton antivirus support, you can get in touch with the experts at nortonantivirussupportnumbers.com.

Norton 360 Conflicts

Few Norton products may still experience problems with the Firefox browser. This specifically holds relevance for 360, which comprises of a firewall function that has been reported to sometimes delete bookmarks from the browser. To solve this issue, open the Norton 360 program, further click on “Settings,” while you choose “Firewall,” and then select the “Rules” option. You will see Firefox in the list, just select it and click on “remove”, after which click on “Add”. Next you need to navigate to the exact location of Firefox browser on your PC that happens to be generally the ‘C drive’.  Here, select “firefox.exe.”  and then choose “Allow” as soon as the prompt asks you about what would you want to do with this program.

 For any further assistance, call on our Norton Antivirus Support Phone Number: +1-800-589-0948, anytime you face an issue with your antivirus program.