A new antivirus update from Norton has been found to be a serious security vulnerability that could compromise your antiviruses privacy.
The company released a security bulletin on Friday, April 12, to address the problem.
The problem can be triggered when the browser runs a script that uses a specially crafted “session hijacker” in conjunction with the built-in antivirus.
The script will try to connect to the Internet via an SSL port that the browser has configured to connect over SSL.
In other words, it will use the certificate provided by the Web site hosting the page to connect.
This allows the script to impersonate the certificate, and will therefore be able to connect using it.
When you visit a Web site using an SSL certificate, the browser can intercept the connection and send it back to the attacker.
This means that the attacker can then use the data it intercepts to execute commands, such as take over your computer and take over its services.
The issue was first discovered by security researchers, who have previously identified several other vulnerabilities in Norton’s antivirus that could be exploited by attackers to steal credentials and perform malicious actions.
This issue is related to the builtin antivirus, and is not unique to Norton.
In a statement, Norton said that the issue was not found in the current release of Norton antivirusty, but that they are working to address it.
“We’re working on a patch for this issue and will post the patch when it’s ready,” the company said.
“It is important to note that the vulnerability was discovered in the latest update for Norton AV.
The issue has not been fixed for any previous versions of Norton AV and it may affect your system in the future.”
Norton AV is Norton’s flagship antivirus product, and has a built-inset that can be used to monitor your system remotely.
This feature is a key feature in many antivirus products, and can be very useful when you are out and about, because you can monitor the activity of your computer remotely.
The built-incet will show you your total installed antivirus and the number of new viruses you have detected.