They could not and never did cancel the one month account that was now going on 3 months.
All these high percentage malware and virus detection rate is a marketing gimmick to sell the software.
DISCLAIMER: I highly recommend that you don't click on the links given. When bored I just start Tor and keep bouncing around lots of links. So surfing consists of a lot of refreshing and re-refreshing. Let me present to you (pause) The Hidden Wiki, which is a little catalog of some DN services. It will give you some idea of what evils dwell in the DN and you will find that contract killers, drug dealers, etc. I've obviously removed the really sad child and animal pornography links: Volunteers last verified that all services in this section were up, or marked as DOWN, on: 2011-06-08 For configuration and service/uptime testing, all services in this section MUST list the active port in their address.
So as for ZEN we are now apparently married (catholic style) so no divorce on the cards and we didn't even have a prenup!
Remember this is a moving target but the removal tool did remove Zen last month.
What a joke of a company and a giant waste of my time.
I do not ever use the computer for gaming purposes.
Norton goes beyond the call of duty and tries to erase any file with a suspicious name.
As far as the comment goes that Norton detects suspicious files and erase threats, isn't erasing threats the job of an antivirus?
I tried to cancel the AVAST vpn by calling some Slavic for communist country (probably with a trump development somewhere) and for 3 months was given the run around by someone whose second language may have been English...
They were RUDE, Condescending, Easter European ** who now have a taste of democracy.