Norton Secure VPN - WiFi Proxy

Norton Secure VPN - WiFi Proxy

By Symantec

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2016-06-13
  • Current Version: 3.3.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 95.22 MB
  • Developer: Symantec
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3.5/5 ( 9,032 Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
Norton Secure VPN - WiFi Proxy App Ratings: 3.5
3.5
Total 9,032 Reviews

Norton Secure VPN - WiFi Proxy App 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 don'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: http://www.norton.com/wifi_support For a detailed list of features, visit: http://us.norton.com/wi-fi-privacy --------------------------------------------- •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.

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Norton Secure VPN - WiFi Proxy App Reviews

  • Horrible App

    1
    By brebrebre10
    this app made my phone glitch for a whole month dont get it
  • iPhone crashes

    1
    By lsutuger985
    Every since o downloaded the app my iPhone would just power off on its on randomly even when I’m in middle of a conversation
  • Is this free with 360 life lock?

    5
    By Frankie44444478
    Just quick question
  • Terrible experience

    1
    By bugaboo54
    I installed the app and it caused my iPhone data to to not work for 1/2-5 hours each time. Worst experience. Couldn't use google maps and google search while traveling in Toronto. Caused great inconvenience and waste of time going to the local roaming service provider. Calling my cellular network provider. And finally apple. Terrible experience
  • Stealing my money

    1
    By Grapes_
    Stole 29 dollars from me. I uninstalled right after I got it but it’s still billing me. Do not get.
  • App

    5
    By AlexusRay
    The app is okay I think it could be better
  • Don’t do it

    1
    By therffingpricess
    I keep trying to delete and it won’t let me. It’s like my phone is hacked. Biggest mistake ever
  • Update: Location Services still an Issue

    2
    By Y.Fisher
    As of July 2019, the stability issues with GPS access appear to be resolved (I’ve successfully connected to a rental car WiFi hotspot and VPN in France). The predictability of VPN servers, however, is impacting usability, with Air France, for instance, admonishing me that I’m connecting via VPN and thus have been flagged as “suspicious activity;” connecting through my wife’s NordVPN to my Air France account presents no problems. Accordingly, Symantec needs to institute some kind of pattern analysis security to keep unsavory elements off this VPN service, so the rest of us paying members get our money’s worth, and switch to more reputable VPN server / service providers. Randomly-rotating VPN Servers for access from authoritarian locations thus becomes a possibility, while also increasing the security of “open internet” access points that are now quite obviously flagged and abused. On a recent trip to Germany, the app went haywire hunting for a VPN server, accompanied by a flashing GPS icon, despite all location services being deactivated (as part of my troubleshooting, as I’m trying to link to our rental car’s WiFi service). I was unable to use any any smartphone GPS functionality and was forced to uninstall the app to even have WiFi functionality back. An option to allow the user to restrict and even stop access to location services would have been nice to have. This also begs the question why this basic privacy functionality is not already baked-in? Now back in the US, I’ve tried reinstalling the app and find it in an infinite loop, trying to add its VPN configuration, and failing. Symantec Tech support has also sent me on an infinite loop about this issue. Is this a pattern?
  • Norton Makes It Extremely Difficult To Cancel Service

    1
    By mjr4510
    Tried to cancel Norton. Called Customer Service on the phone. They said the phone people don’t handle that. Then I tried to cancel following their instructions but it didn’t work.
  • UPDATE!!!!! USELESS FAKE APP!!!Don’t waste your time or money. One star is to high of rate

    1
    By Dyamond8
    I HAVE BEEN CONTACTED THREE TIMES BY THE “DEVELOPERS” STATING THEY WOULD LOOK INTO THIS ISSUE IT HAS BEEN OVER 2 MONTHS SINCE I SENT MY FIRST EMAIL AND HAVE YET TO HEAR ANYTHING. BEWARE OF THIS USELESS APP. This is a useless app don’t waste your time or money. It actually feels like a scam to get your money. The vpn worked for the free 30 days but as of day 31 I haven’t been able to use the vpn. I contacted customer service (what a joke) I was disconnected or transferred every time. After explaining the issue of the vpn not connecting I was told I didn’t login to the app (yes I did) they walked me through the steps of logging in several times with no avail. They had me delete and download the app several times. Which also didn’t work. Was then told I was in the wrong department that I needed to chat with a mobile rep. Transferred again only to be hung up on 3 times. I contacted them the next day and I did get a response from a agent stating: “Our Engineering team identified the issue as an operating system file was crashing during the profile installation. That they are working with Apple to fix this. However there is no ETA on the fix”. I asked for a refund and was told to contact Apple support for a refund. So now I’m stuck with a app that doesn’t work and out of the $30 because I can’t get a refund. I waited a week then called back, I was then asked why did I contact them as I declined the free upgrade from the rep last week. Which was a lie, so he said I would need to speak with a senior technician and asked for my contact info. I was called back only to be told he would connect me to the senior tech then I was transferred into a queue and waited on hold for 2 1/2 hours with no one answering my call. After reading some of the other reviews on the Apple app page, my next step is to contact the Better Business Bureau to report them as a scam company.

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