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Hello, Just reformatted my computer and when I installed Spysweeper with Antivirus, it told me there was an upgrade available. I upgraded, and now it looks like two separate programs are running: Webroot SecureAnywhere, and Webroot AntiVirus with Spy Sweeper. Is this normal? thanks iosman
All of a sudden, I am unable to log into WI Security app on both my I phone and iMac despite entering the correct username and password. I just bought the app last week and performance was sketchy at best...it kept shutting off and either would not allow me to connect to the internet or timed out. Im very disappointed with my purchase and I paid top dollar $60 for access on 5 devices. No one in my family wants to use use it because of these issues. I,ve spent way too much time fiddled around with Webroots applications.
i recently received an email from someone that had a old password from a site that I had visited saying that they had disturbing images of myself from the past 4 months demanding payment in bitcoin or they would release the images to family and friends. They do have my current email address but the password was from years ago. im concerned and do not know what to do
Can someone point me in the right direction? I sent an email request in for help with Webroot customer service four days ago and again yesterday. I have not gotten any response. Is anyone working from home or am I somehow not sending my request to the right place? Thanks
Hello. I recently downloaded the most recent updated version of Webroot Wi Fi security. I seem to be permanently connected to a Canada IP address, even after I disconnect. I also notice when I connect, the connecting IP address doesn’t refresh. Also, (after disconnecting) when I put my cursor over my WiFi icon in the tray it says “unidentified network Canada”. I don’t think the program is dis-engaging. Any suggestions, please? Thank you……...Overwhelmed
I am attempting to install a Brother printer/scanner and having a problem they say I need to contact you about. At the point where I attempt to connect their setup wirelessly it fails. I have disabled Webroot. They say it is a Webroot problem and I need to contact you about unblocking printer ports.
Warning to all . . . pretty sure I’ve been scammed on a recent “product purchase” from a website luxini.com. After having issues not getting tracking for the product ordered (a fitness tracker), I tried to find a way to contact them - no phone number or business address available. I have since done some investigating on the web and found that there are lots of complaints out there over the last couple of years with people expressing the same issues - ordering products at what appears to be cheap prices and then not getting anything with no way to make contact with the “business”. Beware!!! Do not use luxini.com
Hi All, We have detected a malware (DOC001.exe) on our network and even though we do a scan, removal, and re-scan via Webroot, the malware still gets detected after re-scanning and the cycle continues. I’m looking for a permanent fix or removal of this malware and would be grateful for any suggestions or recommendations
I notice on my searches I no longer have the green check mark or for web sites the green or sometimes yellow indicator up on tool bar. There is no longer a webroot extension listed with rest of extensions, so I can’t enable it. Also if I go to options, it is not there to drag to toolbar. Very strange, it was there on Firefox 74.0.1 a few days ago. I am on Windows 10 pro and the Webroot Secure Anywhere.
What you can and can't do under Colorado's stay-at-home order Colorado residents must stay home through at least April 11. Here's the list of activities that are still allowed and businesses that will stay open. Author: Jennifer Campbell-Hicks Published: 4:23 PM MDT March 23, 2020 Updated: 7:00 AM MDT March 26, 2020 DENVER — Colorado governor Jared Polis (D-CO) issued a stay-at-home order Wednesday in response to the coronavirus pandemic, while also keeping open essential services and businesses. The stay-at-home orders go into effect at 6 a.m. Thursday, March, 26, and will continue through at least Saturday, April 11, unless the order is rescinded or modified before that date. An alert to send to cellphones across the state incorrectly said the order goes into effect at 8 a.m. on Thursday. Both the Colorado Office of Emergency Management and Polis' spokesperson confirmed that 6 a.m. is actually when the order will go into effect. Below is the list from the public hea
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