Norton Internet Security 2013 - 90 Days Extended Free Trial

Wednesday, February 27, 2013  
Recently, AV-TEST, an independent IT security and research institute has ranked Norton Internet Security 2013 among top antivirus protection suites available in market. And that is true because latest internet security suite designed by Symantec offers top quality protection and usability with prompting updates against latest threats.

Norton offers free trials of its products on its website but those are limited to 30 days. Many people want longer trial to test the desired product properly before buying it. To fulfill this need, we are providing official 90 days trial period for Norton Internet Security 2013. To download it, link is given below.


Please note that if you are already using Norton Internet Security 2013, the setup will not offer you 90 days extended trial period. You have to perform a fresh install to get advantage of it. Uninstalling already installed NIS 2013 won't help. Since, download is directed from Norton servers, if company changes policy and does not offer this product, you can request blog admin for it in comments section below.

Download Link:    Norton Internet Security 2013 - 90 days trial


News:  If you install this product, you will be able to upgrade it to Norton Internet Security 2014 free of charge in future provided that 90 days subscription has not expired. All you need to do is register your product with Norton Account and acquire your 90 days key from there.  [News update: July 07, 2013]


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52 comments:

  1. Thanks. It really gives 90 days...

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  2. Is there a way to get extra 90 days trial if I uninstall already installed NIS 2013 trial and install this?

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    1. There is always a way, ''Reverse Engineering'' which is illegal. :)

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    2. There is a way for everything if you want install again u need to delete all norton folders and symantec folders and install.

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  4. How to activate it for more than 90 days? Is there a way? Not talking about crack.

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    1. You need an OEM version of Norton internet security given away by the company in past. There is a Norton Internet Security 17.0 Netbook Edition which offers 180 days extended trial period. Using this software, you can activate Norton Internet Security 2013 for 180 days.

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    2. It was giving me 30 days trial . it is not working .How I get 90 days trial .pls write to me .

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    3. You must have installed any other copy of norton internet security 2013 before. That is why it is giving only 30 days now.

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  5. its really good no problem while installing and really it gives 90 days. Thank you dude!!! have nice fun

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  6. Thanks. Works on windows 8 pc with 90 days trial

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  7. Thanks for the link, it worked fine and also there's a cheap offer to renew for a year.

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  8. If you had a previous copy of norton, the same version or earlier, you need to not only uninstall the previous copy but also download and run the Norton Removal Tool. Then install the new to get the full 90days.

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    1. Get Norton Removal Tool and completely remove traces of Norton Internet Security from your computer. Then reinstall this product.
      Get Norton Removal Tool from here:
      https://support.norton.com/sp/en/us/home/current/solutions/kb20080828154508EN_EndUserProfile_en_us

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    2. I used norton removal tool already. But, It still give me 0 day install.
      Please help!

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    3. Follow the instructions given in my next comment.

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  10. Follow the following steps and I am sure, you will get double benefit entirely legally. These instructions are for everyone who visits my website. :)

    1- Download "Norton Internet Security 17.0 Netbook edition" from the link given below. It is an original OEM version given away by the company and gives 180 days extended trial period.

    http://www.mediafire.com/download/qypdpvalskyaznz/DSGi_NISNETBOOK_17.0_OEM180_20990888.exe

    2- Uninstall already installed Norton internet security and install this edition.

    3- After installation, register the product with Norton account. For that purpose, you need to make an account at "account.norton.com".

    4- After successful registration. Install Norton Internet Security 2013. No need to uninstall already installed Norton Internet Security 17.0 Netbook edition.

    5- After installation, if computer asks to restart it, restart the computer. Then go to your Norton account and copy the product key. You will find it in your Norton account over "account.norton.com".

    6- Enter the copied key in your newly installed Norton Internet Security 2013. That's it. Now, you will get 180 days trial period instead of 90 days.

    Enjoy.....

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    1. Hey Buddy,

      Thanks a lot. I tried each and every step told by you in the same order and got 180 days of norton security.

      Ashish Gupta

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    2. it takes too long to install norton netbook...!!!:(

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  11. The product key is not in my account how can i installed
    pls answer me

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    1. Then you didn't follow the steps properly.

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  12. Thank you for sharing this very nice post, please keep continue the sharing of this types of information. Here we are waiting for more

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  13. Thank's it really giving 90 days and more option to extend 1 year.......

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  14. thanks for tip. i like it. i use nis 2013 for my computer it very fast and good. have a good day.

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  15. it's really 90 days trail think's do continue this.......

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  16. Please, I try to install this trial internet security but I could not that because after it finished installation , I found that the time was expired.

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    1. You may try Norton Removal Tool to fully remove Previously installed Norton Internet Security. Then install this one.

      If it does not help then you may try the 180 days extended trial method explained in one of my comments above.

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  17. how to get the product key for proper activation of the product?

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  18. my free trial has expired, how do i update?

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  19. is very good Norton Internet Security 2013 trial 90 days

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  20. does it really work

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  21. can u please send me the link of 90 days trail version of norton internet security to my email id is sainadhyadav2yahoo.com

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    1. The download link given above in the post is working fine.

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    2. post is working fine

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  22. Amito download kortesi dekha jak kee hoy ,

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  23. I bought my PC in Otober 2011 ,my free trial has expired, how do II get the 180 days free trial

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    1. Follow instructions given in one of my comment here.

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  24. i don't know why i can not download the file.. o_0?

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  25. Thanks fot the Great share....This one is The Best Antivirus ever.Keep up the good work :)

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  26. It works THANK'S MAN!... :)

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  27. Thanks a lot. I tried each and every step told by you in the same order and got 180 days of norton security.
    friv 250

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  28. if i try to download 180 days trial. it is showing it has been removed. wat to do?

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    1. You can get it from this alternative location:
      http://www.4shared.com/get/8V8OVVBr/DSGi_NISNETBOOK_170_OEM180_209.html

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  29. Thank you. I have had several free Norton virus protection. I just cleanout the folders and files and re download a link. Glad to find this one so I do not have to do it every 30 days. trick is do not sign up and give them your email b/c then your logged in. Log out before you uninstall and delete all n360/nis/ Symantec files and folders. You can just search your computer for them. I had to use revo uninstaller to remove some Norton folder files because they would not delete. Thank you. Got 90 days!!

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