Hire some UX people... Horrific user interface / workflow.
Incorrect reporting of stagefright. My moto g 1st gen, got a stagefright update. March security update. This is the only app that flags it as vulnerable. All other apps, including the one from the reporters of stagefright say my phone isn't vulnerable.
Amazing I tried this on a whim just to see if my phone could have exploits. This app worked great. Norton has really stepped up their game. I am more confident now, using my device.
License Has anyone read the license agreement before accepting the terms? I stopped after 3A. Too bad, I was looking forward to running this app.
Symantec (Norton) needs to get their act together The license is for desktop software. Ignoring that it gives them permission to interfere with (uninstall) other software, not related to protecting your device, but in an anti-competitive move against other security software vendors. Not to mention that you don't see the terms until you install and launch the app, by which time they've already acted.
· Detection of the Towelroot Vulnerability (CVE-2014-3153)
· Detection of the Mediaserver Vulnerability (CVE-2015-6616)