Norton and Zone Alarm both use heuristic behavioral signatures to spot zero-day attacks and other known malware. Both reserve most of their premium features for the most expensive price plans. While Zone Alarm offers anti-keylogging, anti-phishing, and anti-spyware, it doesn’t provide ransomware protection. Norton, on the other hand, promises protection from the full range of malware.
If you’re a new user, Norton provides comprehensive support for each element on the suite, alongside phone, email, and live chat service. Zone Alarm offers similar options, although the documentation is less extensive and the phone number isn’t immediately available on the site. Where Zone Alarm does excel is with their ‘find my laptop’ feature, which is an innovative theft protection protocol. It also wins regarding price, as its premium package is $20 cheaper than Norton.