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Google's Project Zero, dedicated to tracking down zero-day exploits, have uncovered a bad hole in Symantec's software. According to analysts from Zero, the hole allows attackers to gain unmitigated access to the system that Norton is installed on, through unopened emails or un-clicked links.

According to Project Zero, all of Symantec's enterprise solutions are affected by this, as well as eight of the products from the Norton line. You can read the specifics in the article on Fortune:

http://fortune.com/2016/06/29/symantec-norton-vulnerability/