Norton Security keeps logs of all surfing activities even if you clean your web cache history.
i have a feeling this info gets sent to norton when you update.
It is an annoying process to clean them thru norton (even if there is a feature saying "disable logging" (which you have to turn on every time you reboot)
I manually clik the update.
the logs are kept here (theyre all ..log)
C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Symantec\Norton Internet Security\Log
i cant seem to get the batch file right so it deletes them
del C:\docume~1\All Us~1\Applic~1\Symant~1\Norton~1\Log\*.*
cd docume~1\All Us~1\Applic~1\
rd /s/q Symant~1\Norton~1\Log
both these dont work....
Also since the norton services are running you cant delete them unless you turn off the processes so i think a batch file looking like this would work (after the initial delete .logs batch is worked out)
NET STOP "Norton AntiVirus Auto Protect Service"
NET STOP "Symantec Event Manager"
NET STOP "Norton Internet Security Accounts Manager"
>>>>batch section which deletes the .logs in:
C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Symantec\Norton Internet Security\Log<<<<
NET START "Norton AntiVirus Auto Protect Service"
NET START "Symantec Event Manager"
NET START "Norton Internet Security Accounts Manager"
does that look feasable?
What would be great is that after running the batch it then automatically does the update......
If someone knows how to write the delete logs batch correctly it would be great.
Or maybe there is a simpler way