What is Symantec Error Reporting?

What is Symantec Error Reporting?

Whenever your Norton product detects an issue or irregularity it is submitted to Symantec’s servers for analysis whether any product changes may be useful in the future.

What is symerr exe?

The : symerr.exe is a Symantec Shared Component which is called as Symantec Error Reporting . It runs intermittently on the system to detect any errors that Norton product my come across and to report it back .

How do I fix Norton error?

Download and run the Norton Remove and Reinstall tool

  1. Download the Norton Remove and Reinstall tool.
  2. Press Ctrl + J key, to open the Downloads window in your browser.
  3. Double-click the NRnR icon.
  4. Read the license agreement and click Agree.
  5. Click Remove & Reinstall.
  6. Click Continue or Remove.
  7. Click Restart Now.

Is NortonLifeLock a Symantec?

NortonLifeLock Inc., formerly known as Symantec Corporation (/sɪˈmænˌtɛk/) is an American software company headquartered in Tempe, Arizona, United States. The company provides cybersecurity software and services.

Why is my Symantec error reporting high severity?

It turns out, according to the Norton Error Reporting in the History log, that ‘ccEmlPxy.dll’ (Symantec Email Proxy) had silently failed with a High severity error earlier during the day.

What is a false negative submission in Symantec?

Use the form below to upload a suspected infected file, an email with a suspected attachment, or a suspected phishing website which has not been detected by a Symantec or Norton product. This is also called a False Negative. Submission Details Submission Type

Where do I find the error record in Symantec?

The Module Name shown in the the Error record usually refers to a DLL file with the same name, typically located in the Norton product directories. The ‘Details’ tab in the file properties dialog for ‘SNDSvc.dll’ provides the following information: File description: Symantec Network Service Plugin

Who is the person responsible for Norton error reporting?

During the NIS 2011 beta testing, I found that Symantec employee reese_anschultz was helpful with investigating the errors recorded under ‘Norton Error Reporting’ in the History log. I’ve asked a Moderator to bring your thread to Reese’s attention.