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Lately my firefox browser has been acting up, so I decided to refresh it (delete all add-ons and user data). However in doing so my webroot filter extention (add-on) for firefox was deleted. I’ve looking all over to find a way to reinstall the add-on, but haven’t found any way to reinstall the add-on.
bbbjg448 Fresh Face 2 replies 2 minutes ago I was directed to put a follow up on wsalogs.exe. I tried locating that to follow up on last night’s concern but couldn’t get on but was directed to a security product called REASON and they did a complete scan and told me I am ok in all areas except Privacy. Please help me understand all this. Thanks, Allan
Active connections list contains .exes that are not running anymore, and it acts like a firewall whitelist for those .exes, allowing them to connect to the internet even though i have the “allow to connecting only if explicitly allowed” option checked. How do I reset it?
A couple months ago some of my steam games like Garry’s Mod and Unturned have had problems finding community servers, I checked if it was the Windows firewall, the Hardware, Steam itself, but I couldn’t find any solution even after redownloading Windows, so the only remaining thing I believe might be interfering with Steam is Webroot. I have seen some posts online about Webroot being overprotective, and so I decided to check to see if maybe Webroot is blocking Steam, but when I checked it to no avail, but personally I still believe it might have something to do with Webroot, anyone know a solution for this?
So when I log in to Webroot to activate my subscription, I can do it and get logged in, but then Webroot logs me out and takes me right back to the log in screen (this occurs in less than a second) and webroot security isn’t activated on my computer yet.
I'm trying to access my account. After entering my email and password, this is what I get: [h3][b]You have not been granted access or permissions to any console.[/b][/h3][b]Please contact your account administrator and ask them to enable access to the services you require.[/b] I am the account administrator! How do I access my account? Thanks for the help!
I just installed WSA on two Android devices and did initial scans on them. When I go to the WSA website on my PC, the home page shows that I have 2 devices protected. However, when I click on the Mobile Security button, either on the tab line or the button within Mobile Security box, it brings me to a page where all I see is this: There is nothing else on the page. No menu icon, no tabs at the top. Nothing. I clicked on the X but it is unresponsive. All I can do is to use the back button to navigate back to the home page. How can I have the Mobile Security page display the two mobile android devices that I installed WSA and that the home page shows that they are protected?
I can no longer access the email address I used to create my account, and I forgot my Webroot password. So the “forgot password” link is useless since I will not receive the email with instructions to reset the password. I tried opening a support ticket, but it took six days to get a response, which was to call tech support. I tried that, but was on hold for more than an hour before giving up. So I have no access to the software. And when it auto renews later this year, I won't be able to stop it since I can’t access my account. What am I supposed to do to access my account?
A few days ago I noticed that my webroot subscription was about to run out, so I clicked the renew button in the webroot app and renewed it. I heard it could take a few days or even until the current subscription runs out. So far it’s been 2 days and it still says my subscription is about to run out, and when I look at the app again the renew button is gone. I don’t know if I’m missing something or if it’s supposed to take a long time to update.
On Samsung Galaxy android s3. There is permanently an nbryb.com scam on Google Chrome. I tried scanning with Webroot then installed Malwarebytes both not detecting this virus. Please can someone help me. I am not a techie person so please keep any kind help you can give me in simple terminology. Very concerned and appreciate any assistance you may be able to give. Thank you
I purchased Webroot about a week ago. Everytime I try to run a scan, my computer blue screens. The dump files don’t mean a whole lot to me but do confirm that WRSA.exe is the offending process. I’ve sent a couple of messages to Webroot support but have yet to hear anything back. Does anyone have any ideas of what may cause this or should I just ask for a refund?
Microsoft Windows XP 32- and 64-bit SP2, SP3 Windows Vista 32-bit (all Editions), Windows Vista SP1, SP2 32- and 64-bit (all Editions) Windows 7 32- and 64-bit (all Editions), Windows 7 SP1 32- and 64-bit (all Editions) Windows 8 32- and 64-bit Windows 8.1 32- and 64-bit Some info: https://betanews.com/2020/01/29/av-support-windows-7/ For Windows 8.1 Client operating systems End of mainstream support End of extended support Windows 8.1 January 9, 2018 January 10, 2023 https://support.microsoft.com/en-ca/help/13853/windows-lifecycle-fact-sheet
My password didn’t work. I create a new one and it works only once. This started yesterday. I asked Webroot Support for help , they said Community Support Is out of their hands - Where is the Complaint Department for help logging in to the Webroot Community? I am running Webroot Secure Anywhere on Windows 10 PCs and a Android 9 cellphone,