The Norton Toolbar is an Internet security toolbar that installs along with Norton Internet Security and Norton 360. The toolbar's features include protection from phishing, website authentication, login and password saving, encrypted personal information storage and automated form filling.
The toolbar displays Web page security status, alerting users to potentially malicious sites. It also automatically authenticates Web pages, ensuring that sites handling sensitive information like banking and shopping are safe for users. Norton's Identity Safe feature safely stores all logins and passwords for frequently visited sites, and with user permission can automatically fill in personal information into Web forms, making browsing and online shopping more convenient. The Norton Toolbar also encrypts personal information like credit card numbers and contact information, keeping private data safe.Learn More
A standard toolbar includes all of the most commonly used tools or icons in a piece of software. It usually sits below the top menu bar.Full Answer >
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To reinstall the Norton toolbar, open your browser's Add-ons menu, and install the Norton toolbar add-on or extension. You need Norton Internet Security, Norton 360, Norton Security, Norton Security with Backup or Norton Identity Safe, and you need to use Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer as a browser.Full Answer >
To uninstall Norton products, locate the Norton product in the program list of your computer's control panel, then select Uninstall to delete it. Restart the computer to complete the system change.Full Answer >