Due to a reporting error, the PCWorld.com story "Norton updates toughen online security," posted September 8, referred to Norton SystemWorks incorrectly in three instances. The story has been corrected on the wire and the ninth and eleventh paragraphs now read, respectively:
Very little has changed in Norton SystemWorks, aside from the new version of AntiVirus, which it includes. This is pretty much the same collection of products it was last year. And in the important area of recovering from the worst disasters, it was out-of-date then. For example, if Windows XP refuses to boot, nothing in SystemWorks will help you.
Norton Utilities, the original program that made Peter Norton famous, is no longer a separate product. It's simply a SystemWorks component.