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The Ultimate Guide to Norton 2011 Trial Reset v3.3.1 (NAV-NIS-N360) by BOX: Everything You Need to Know


Norton 2011 Trial Reset v3.3.1 (NAV-NIS-N360) by BOX: A Complete Guide




If you are looking for a way to extend the trial period of your Norton antivirus software, you might have come across a tool called Norton 2011 Trial Reset v3.3.1 (NAV-NIS-N360) by BOX. But what is this tool exactly? How does it work? And is it safe to use? In this article, we will answer all these questions and more.




Norton 2011 Trial Reset v3.3.1 (NAV-NIS-N360) by BOX



What is Norton 2011 Trial Reset v3.3.1 (NAV-NIS-N360) by BOX?




Norton 2011 Trial Reset v3.3.1 (NAV-NIS-N360) by BOX is a crack or a patch that allows you to reset the trial period of your Norton antivirus software to 120 or 180 days, depending on the version you have installed. This means that you can enjoy the full features and protection of your Norton product without paying for a subscription.


The tool works for three versions of Norton antivirus software: Norton AntiVirus 2011 (NAV), Norton Internet Security 2011 (NIS), and Norton 360 version 5.0 (N360). It was created by a group of hackers called BOX who are known for cracking various antivirus programs.


Why do you need Norton 2011 Trial Reset v3.3.1 (NAV-NIS-N360) by BOX?




Norton antivirus software is one of the most popular and trusted security solutions in the market. It offers comprehensive protection against viruses, malware, spyware, phishing, ransomware, and other online threats. It also provides features such as firewall, parental control, identity protection, backup, and performance optimization.


However, Norton antivirus software is not free. You have to pay for a subscription to use it after the trial period expires. The subscription costs vary depending on the product, the number of devices, and the duration of the plan. For example, a one-year subscription for Norton AntiVirus Plus costs $59.99, while a one-year subscription for Norton 360 Premium costs $104.99. These prices may not be affordable for everyone, especially in times of economic crisis.


That's why some people may want to use Norton 2011 Trial Reset v3.3.1 (NAV-NIS-N360) by BOX to extend the trial period of their Norton antivirus software and save money. By using this tool, they can enjoy the benefits of Norton antivirus software without paying a dime.


How to use Norton 2011 Trial Reset v3.3.1 (NAV-NIS-N360) by BOX?




Using Norton 2011 Trial Reset v3.3.1 (NAV-NIS-N360) by BOX is not very difficult, but you have to follow some steps carefully to avoid any problems. Here are the steps you need to take:


Installation notes





  • Download Norton 2011 Trial Reset v3.3.1 (NAV-NIS-N360) by BOX from a reliable source. You can find it on various websites and forums, but be careful of fake or malicious links. You can also scan the file with your antivirus software before opening it.



  • Disable your internet connection and uninstall any previous versions of Norton antivirus software from your computer. You can do this by going to Control Panel > Programs and Features and selecting the Norton product you want to remove.



  • Restart your computer and install the Norton antivirus software of your choice (NAV, NIS, or N360). You can download the latest version from the official website. You don't need to enter any product key or activate it online.



  • Run Norton 2011 Trial Reset v3.3.1 (NAV-NIS-N360) by BOX as administrator. You can do this by right-clicking on the file and choosing Run as administrator.



  • Select the option that matches your Norton product and click on Reset Trial Period. Wait for a few seconds until you see a message saying that the trial period has been reset successfully.



  • Restart your computer and enable your internet connection. You can now update your Norton antivirus software and enjoy its full features and protection for 120 or 180 days, depending on the version you have installed.



Important notes





  • You have to repeat these steps every time your trial period expires. You can check how many days are left in your trial period by opening your Norton product and clicking on Support > Subscription Status.



  • You have to disable your internet connection before running Norton 2011 Trial Reset v3.3.1 (NAV-NIS-N360) by BOX every time you want to reset your trial period. Otherwise, the tool may not work properly or may be detected by Norton as a threat.



  • You have to run Norton 2011 Trial Reset v3.3.1 (NAV-NIS-N360) by BOX as administrator every time you want to reset your trial period. Otherwise, the tool may not have enough permissions to modify the registry entries related to your Norton product.



  • You have to use Norton 2011 Trial Reset v3.3.1 (NAV-NIS-N360) by BOX only for personal and educational purposes. Do not use it for commercial or illegal purposes, as this may violate the terms and conditions of your Norton license agreement.



Troubleshooting tips





  • If you encounter any problems while using Norton 2011 Trial Reset v3.3.1 (NAV-NIS-N360) by BOX, such as errors, crashes, or failures, you can try some of these tips:



  • Make sure you have downloaded the correct version of the tool that matches your Norton product and operating system.



  • Make sure you have followed all the installation notes correctly and in order.