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Symantec definitions not updating

Why are the Security Content dates for Symantec Endpoint Protection (SEP) and Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager (SEPM) not progressing beyond 12/31/09?SNAC Behavior – If Host Integrity (HI) is being used to check for Anti Virus (A/V) definitions compliance on the agent, it will fail.Symantec holds at least one patent related to Live Update: Use of Polymorphic Package Files To Update Software.

While this issue is being resolved SEP definitions are being built outside of the normal build process.

To ensure we retain the quality of the definitions during this period the SEP definitions are only being built once a day.

Live Update can only apply updates for a particular version of Norton; it cannot however upgrade a version of Norton to a later version (for example Norton Internet Security 2006 to 2009).

To upgrade the product to the latest version, one would have to go to a separate website.

Live Update first shipped in the 1997 version of Norton Anti Virus 2.0 and soon followed in other products.

It was created by the Shared Technology Team at the company's Cupertino headquarters and later taken over by the Norton team.Express mode will download and apply all applicable updates.Live Update also runs in Express mode silently in the background.These definitions are properly dated as 2010 definitions.After making this change, after running Live Update on a client, the ‘Virus and Spyware Protection’ definitions will have a January 2010 date.Definition builds for all other products remain the same.To correct the definition date showing on SEP 11.0.x and SEP 12.0 SBE clients, customers can configure clients to download the latest ‘Virus and Spyware Protection’ definitions directly from Live Update.If the settings for functionality such as alerts or notifications have been altered from the default values, it is possible that your experiences may vary from those below.Managed Clients: An issue has been identified in the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager (SEPM) which causes Security Content newer than 12/31/2009 PM to be considered older than content previous to that date/time.More specifically the last certified definitions that was published on December 31, 2009 was “12/31/2009 rev. The next certified definitions to be published will have a revision number greater than 041.As of Thursday January 7, 2010; the Symantec Endpoint Protection Antivirus definition version "12/31/2009 rev. Rev 119 includes all of the latest definition updates through January 7, 2010.

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