|Maybe someone has, although Norton is none too popular around these parts.|
No reason why that combination shouldn't be used tho. As for Norton well, with all antiviruses opinions abound. It got a bad name years ago for being bloated. I gather, current versions are much better but a bad name can stick forever. It tends to be foisted on you when you buy certain computers.
MalwareBytes often finds what AV's miss, particularly malware and spyware.
Personally, like most regulars around here, I use a free AV. Seems to be good enough.
Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks