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Hi Everyone, Our new CMO, David "Dunk" Duncan, will be chiming in on a Business area topic announcing his recent appointment in just a little while. It's also his first time in the Webroot Community, so if you'd like to ask him anything or just say "hi," please feel free to chime in over in [url=https://community.webroot.com/t5/Webroot-Discussions/Webroot-Appoints-David-Duncan-Chief-Marketing-Officer/td-p/27518]this thread[/url]. Let's give him a warm welcome! :cathappy: He's a really fascinating guy with a very interesting background that touches on everything from cryptography, to Mandarin Chinese, to programming. (And, of course, an extensive marketing background - he is the CMO after all!) So if you'd like to meet Dunk, click [url=https://community.webroot.com/t5/Webroot-Discussions/Webroot-Appoints-David-Duncan-Chief-Marketing-Officer/td-p/27518]here[/url] and say hello!
Hopefully, I picked the right subforum... I use a macros program that includes short key abbreviations. I can type something like, "lmki" and the program expands it to "let me know if you need." Recently I found that I cannot use this program with either Firefox or Chrome. I [i]can[/i] use it if I turn off Webroot Identity Protection, which I don't want to do. I have tried going into the application protections tab associated with identity protection and I have tried allowing everything associated with Chrome and Firefox. No luck. What do I have to do to let my macros program work with the browsers? Thanks. ~ Bal
Hello my name is Dara I am computer illiterate and get confused real fast so with that being said can...can anyone explain to me why my laptop says (not responding) sometimes..usually after it says that it says something about "closing the script" "debugging the script" etc...any help with this would sooo appreciated. Thank you in advance. Dara
I switched from Microsoft security Essentials to Webrooot antivirus. My scans with MSE were failing after about three hours running and there was no retry option. I had the same problem on two machines. Both were hanging in the large C:Windowswinsxs area. I will be much happier with webroott. Frank C Win Vista Ultimate 64 bit sp2
We have one mobile phone that has significantly lost battery time since mobile protection was installed. I've tried turning off, pulling the SD card and then restarting the phone - as suggested by the helpdesk for possible SD corruption. That didn't work. I finally removed the device from the admin console. This was supposed to give the user the ability to uninstall but he can't. Any suggestions? Ideally we would like his phone protected but minimally we would like to uninstall it and resolve whatever is causing the battery drain.
a second house computer was used to visit a porn site and afterwards several fake alerts have popped up. I read how to fix that but i want to know why scanning with Webroot Secure Anywhere DOES NOT CATCH AND CLEAN THAT. I mean, isn't that what we are buying? I love Webroot, would not go elsewhere but this apparent weakness bugs me (PUN ALERT LOL!).
Since we've branched out from dogs to cows, we figured we should include other pets as well. This month we have two cute cats guarding the roost! Here's what their owner had to tell us about them: I adopted my two cats, Holmes and Watson Moriarty, when they were 8 weeks + 1 day old, in 2009. [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/webroot-en/attachment/20149i69E4875021ACD20C.jpg[/img] These brothers truly take after their namesakes. Holmes is the “adventure cat” who has never known a moment of true fear in his whole cushy life, and is on a first name basis with the world. Unfortunately, his daily bravado means that he has zero coping mechanisms when the F-22s fly overhead during Broomfield’s annual airshow, or when he hears firecrackers on the 4th of July! [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/webroot-en/attachment/20150i90230DF4BAB5B6EA.jpg[/img] Watson lives in a state of perpetual caution, on the other hand, afraid of everything
We thought it fitting that October's guard dogs post should include a black cat. Without further ado, meet Boris-Boris. [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/webroot-en/attachment/16755i50E4E4C741E3AAD8.png[/img] Boris-Boris is a long-haired female cat who was born on a stormy Halloween night*. She’ll be 13 years old this year. We adopted her (along with her unusual name) gently used from a family friend when she was six years old. Boris-Boris is known around the Parisi house as the “Harbinger of Doom.” She is able to detect colds or the flu days before it goes full blown. So, if she parks herself on your lap and looks at you with pity, stock up on the chicken soup and lozenges. Her technique is 100% medically accurate**. Boris-Boris does not dig costumes, but she did agree to model with some seasonal decorations. We’d love to see your pets in costume this Halloween – post ‘em if you got ‘em! [i]Boris-Boris lives with Mandy Parisi, Webroot’
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