How to Install the AT&T Internet Security Suite Powered by McAfee

by Mircea Gabriel Suciu

Not protecting your computer against spyware, adware, worms and other viruses may lead to loss of valuable data, compromised personal information or even damage to some hardware components. If you are an AT&T customer, you can start protecting your computer by downloading and installing AT&T Internet Security Suite powered by McAfee. This software is available to DSL and U-verse customers and can be downloaded directly from the official website of the company.

1

Visit the AT&T Internet Security Suite page (see the "Resources" section for the link.)

2

Enter your AT&T Account ID and password. Click "Log in."

3

Click "Get Your Subscription," and then press "Submit Order" to download the AT&T Internet Security Suite setup file. Depending on the speed of your Internet connection, downloading the file could take up to two minutes.

4

Double-click the setup file to launch the installation wizard for the AT&T Internet Security Suite.

5

Click "Next" and wait for the setup wizard to download additional files, including updated virus definitions for the AT&T Internet Security Suite software. This step could take between 5 and 10 minutes, depending on your connection speed.

6

Click "Install" to install your protection software. On average, the installation takes about 2-3 minutes. At the end of the installation process, the message "Installation Complete" will be displayed.

7

Click "Finish" to start the antivirus and firewall in the AT&T Internet Security Suite package automatically.

Tips

  • You can only download and install AT&T Internet Security Suite powered by McAfee with an AT&T U-verse or AT&T DSL subscription. This software is not available for AT&T Dial-up customers.
  • If your subscription includes an Internet speed of 1.5 Mbps or below, you will need to pay a monthly fee of $5 for this service.

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About the Author

Based in Manchester, United Kingdom, Mircea Gabriel Suciu has been writing articles in the field of technology since 2010. He is currently pursuing a Master of Engineering degree in computer science from the University of Manchester.

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