Customizing Norton AntiVirus for Macintosh Manage virus-like activities
Change your password
Once you’ve established a password, you can change it. To change your password
On the Preferences menu, click Menu Security.
Type your current password when prompted.
Click Set Password.
Type the new password.
In the dialog box that appears, retype the new password.
Remove password protection
If you no longer want password protection for some or all of the features you previously protected, you can remove the protection.
To remove password protection
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On the Preferences menu, click Menu Security. Type your password when prompted. In the Menu Security dialog box, do one of the following:
Select the items that have a padlock icon next to them.
Click the menu title to unlock an entire menu. The padlock icon disappears. 2
Manage virus-like activities w The Exceptions List does not apply in Norton AntiVirus for Mac OS X v10.1.
You can edit the list of virus-like activities that you want Auto-Protect to ignore. The Exceptions List contains conditions or activities that would normally be flagged as virus-like, which you have told Auto-Protect to remember. This list also includes any decompression programs.
See “About Alert Preferences” on page 101.
An Exception is saved when you click Remember in a virus-like activity alert. You can enable or disable this feature.