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Norton Trial Reset Never Expired - Repacked - Working

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Norton Trial Reset Never Expired - Repacked - Working
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                Norton TrialReset 2010 v2.3 (nsane edition by BOX!)



General info:
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Norton TrialReset 2010 v2.3 (nsane edition by BOX!) extends the trial period 
of Norton 2010 so there's more time to evaluate the product:
 
Option-1: 90-Day Trial = Resets, converts Norton 2010 to 90 days trial.

Option-2: Nsane.Forums Trial = Converts Norton 2010 to 165 days and tries 
          to reset the trial date back to 165 as soon it drops to 164.


The NTR 2009 v3.8.1 labeled as an nsane edition still works and has been perfected.
Given the fact that BOX has called NTR 2010 v2.3 an nsane edition may be the end 
of the road of cracking Norton 2010. (Although product updates may still change 
things, like with NTR 2009.)


Norton TrialReset 2010 v2.3 (nsane edition by BOX!) is for: 

- Norton AntiVirus 2010 v17.0.0.136 
- Norton Internet Security 2010 v17.0.0.136 
- Norton 360 v3.5.2.11 Standard/Premier Edition (*30-day trial)

* Tested on WinXP (x86), Vista (x86/x64), Win7 (x86/x64). 
* May not work with the latest patches/updates.
 
Norton TrialReset 2010 v2.3 (nsane edition by BOX!):
Option 1: 90-Day Trial = Resets, converts Norton 2010 to 90 days trial.
Option 2: Nsane.Forums Trial = Converts Norton 2010 to 165 days and tries 
          to reset the trial date again to 165 as soon it drops to 164.

* If after a reboot the Norton TrialReset 2010 is not working then reboot again.

* For unknown reasons the trial period sometimes may vary and increase or decrease. 
  As long as the subscription is active this bug can be ignored.

* Eventual the IP addresses of the Symantec activation server 
  can be added to your HOSTS file (C:WINDOWSSYSTEM32DRIVERSETC):
  206.204.54.103
  216.12.144.16

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IMPORTANT NOTES- AV Scan results of NTR2010-v2.3.exe:
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1- Norton Internet Security: Clean. 
2- Avast Anti-Virus: Clean.
3- NOD32 Anti-Virus: Clean.
4- AVG Anti-Virus: Clean.
5- **Kaspersky Anti-Virus detected: 
   * NTR2010-v2.3.exe/PE_Patch.UPX/UPX/NAV90_cltLMSx.dll/PE_Patch
   * NTR2010-v2.3.exe/PE_Patch.UPX/UPX/NIS90_cltLMSx.dll/PE_Patch
   - Risk name: Packed.Win32.Morphine.a	
   - Risk category: Trojan program
**Kaspersky normally gives false alarm on keygen or patch files.

Also scanned with reputed antispyware software. Reported malware 
detected by other anti-malware software probably are false positives!

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> Intimidated by the AV Scan results & scary names??? Then simply don't try this! <
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Installation notes:
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* Note A: NTR = Norton TrialReset.

* Note B: This NTR may not work with the latest updates.

* Note C: Don't let anyone force you to use this program.

* Note F: If your subscription expired, click on the [Subscription Status] 
          or [Subscribe Now] to confirm. 

* Note G: If you want to uninstall the NTR just click Uninstall. 
          Make sure that you uninstall the NTR before you remove Norton. 


1. If Norton is installed and expired, then [ Uninstall ] Norton and restart 
   the computer. Then run the NTR and purge Norton. 
   >> Or install the NTR in Windows Safe Mode (F8) using an Administrator account.

2. Install Norton. (If already installed and has not expired, then skip to Step 3.)

3. If you are using an older version of the NTR, then uninstall it now. 
   [ Uninstall ] the old NTR (necessary), [ Delete ], and [ PURGE ] your 
   Recycle Bin of all the known Trial Resetters by BOX prior to this version.

4. Turn OFF the [SONAR Protection].

5. Install the NTR and follow the instructions.


* Option-1: 90-Day Trial = Resets, converts Norton 2010 to 90 days trial.

* Option-2: Nsane.Forums Trial = Converts Norton 2010 to 165 days and trys 
            to reset the trial date again to 165 as soon it drops to 164.




To go into Safe Mode:
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- Press (F8) while (re-)starting the computer. Select Safe Mode to continue.

Or:
 
1- Go to Start -> Run and type msconfig, click OK. 
2- In the System Configuration Utility, on the BOOT.INI tab, check /SAFEBOOT 
3- Click OK. 
4- When asked to restart the computer, click Restart.

To turn back to Normal Mode repeat the above 4 steps and just uncheck /SAFEBOOT




For testing the NTR under a VMWARE machine*: 
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1- Start with a CLEAN VMWARE machine. 
2- Boot into Safe Mode.
3- Install Norton 2010. 
3- Then install the NTR and choose 366 days + manual reset.
4- Click EXIT.

* Tested on Windows 7 64bit VMWARE machine, so probably it 
  also works under other circumstances.

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