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[h3]Have Webroot SecureAnywhere - Internet Security Plus and Firefox 61.0.2 (64-bit) for a browser because there hasn't been a fix yet for the Password Manager that works in Firefox. Yesterday both my wife and I could log-in and access our sites and passwords just fine. Today it goes yellow and says '[i]An error occurred while attempting to contact the server. Please check your Internet Connection.[/i]' I am able to log-in to the Community and my.webrootanywhere.com using their log-ins with no problem. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.[/h3] [b]By the way when is Webroot going to fix the Firefox Password Manager Tool Bar so we can upgrade to the latest Firefox!?!? We have only 57 days left on this subscription. Just sayin'.[/b]
We do lots of work with remote networks that use a VPN for connection. I've noticed that when we do utilize a slower VPN, the PC performance goes to crap. Everything, even the simplist things such as right-clicking a file, or opening an RDP file take extra long, but it almost seems a bit random. If I shut-down WebRoot protection, performance returns. I can only assume WebRoot is trying to route traffic through the VPN, but the fact that there's such a slowdown, just simply because the network connection is poor is a bit concerning for me. Is there any way to tell WebRoot to either delegate to the base network connection, or potentially hold off on much of it's network activity when a VPN app or network connection is established?
I renewed my webroot subscription 5 days ago via bestbuy, which is where I first got the subscription. However, it still shows up as expired on my webroot status interface. How do I fix this problem? Also, on the order summary that I printed out after paying for the renewal. It states "Please Note: This charge will appear on your credit card statement as "GEEKSQUAD RENEW.....". I have not received the charge on my bank statement since. Should I wait a few days for the charge to appear or should I call the customer support number that is on the summary?
I've tried numerous times via the following means: -desktop app ('Get Customer Support') -Internet home page ('open a support ticket') -directly from the 'contact Webroot support page' Ea. time, I keep getting stuck in an endless loop, where I eventually end up at a 'Welcome Back!' page, that says, 'we have already had contact with , it asks for my password, I enter my password, hit continue but nothing happens. With regards to my issue, I would like to know if the Intel Extreme Tuning Utility (downloaded directly from Intel), is truly a threat vs. a false alarm.
I need to whitelist/override two locations for the Mdaemon localcache but not sure about the override settings to just whitelist the localcache file. Is the correct File Mask: LocalCache.* Path Mask: %AllUsersProfile%\AppData\Roaming\Alt-N\Outlook Connector 2.0\Accounts\Outlook\firstname.lastname@example.org or: %AllUsersProfile%\AppData\Roaming\Alt-N\Outlook Connector 2.0\Accounts\Outlook\ - with subfolders selected, in this case it need to only override the localcache file since there is an attachment folder which we do not want to override. and: %AllUsersProfile%\Documents\Outlook Files or just: %AllUsersProfile%\ - would this catch the entire profile to include the two locations above? I appreciate any help with this.
I hate to ask this and please no responses telling me to get off these versions of Windows because they aren't supported by Microsoft. I already know that and I'm pushing for upgrades, but I don't control the budget. My question is, how much longer will Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 be supported. The last report I can find on Windows XP is April 2019, but that was from 2014 and it said that might be extended. I don't have any info on Windows Server 2003. Thanks for anyone that can give me an answer to this! Thanks, Nic
I updated my phone app for the Webroot SecureAnywhere Mobile and also the SecureWeb app, and as soon as I did, I began to get the yellow warning that my scan was out of date. I got to manually run the scan and the yellow section on the left of the progress bar just sits there at a sliver size, then the swirling circle appears and it says scan complete and everything is protected, my app page is nice and green and everything looks normal. Until I go back to the main screen which gives me the yellow icon that warns that my scan is old as of right now. So, what do I do to fix it? Help!!!!
I don't use password managers. Today one of my webroot-protected computers has a red exclamation point in the system notification area, and the webroot app says all is well except "Action Required: New Password Manager". I can't find any way to make it happy (short of signing up for password management, I suppose).
This has been happening since I tried to create the new Last Pass password hijacker, I mean manager. Will this be amended ? The blasted last Pass server, when you DO get on won't process the transfer due to memory issues ? 12.0 GB not good enough ?
[user=57051]freydrew[/user] , Will Firefox have the Password Manager toolbar fixed as it has not been working for months. Just wondering since now LasssPass in the Password Mangement is being worked on I was wondering if this was in the Agenda anytime soon? Thank you!
We have been advised that Webroot Password Manager has moved over to LastPass but are there issues with their website as it has not transferred our Password Manager details. I have registered a new account and the prompt from the Webroot PM did not allow me to log in with our existing details. It has copied details from Chrome but not Internet Explorer. Can anyone help? Also, I'm trying to extract the password information from Webroot but on the Webroot website when I log in, keep showing as "preparing". Hiren
I have a possible threat on my android device that has been suspiciously, and persistently running in the background. The app appears to take the name 'abracadabra' and I have no idea nor information about it. Can someone please direct me to the the proper channels (an email address perhaps) for help in analyzing the logs I have collected from my device. Thank you!
I downloaded the latest update of Piriform's C Cleaner about an hour ago. Everything looked authentic. No sooner had the download completed than WSA 'zapped' it- apparently it is carrying malware, trojans etc. WSA blocked it, removed it and ra a clean of my PC, then gave me a comforting clean bill of health and a note that it did not appear that any banking etc data had been accessed- I don't do on line banking anyway, but that's not the point. I am impressed with the incredible speed with which WSA acted. As a back up I also ran MalwareBytes afterwrds & that too assured me that all was well. Having now read Google I found a disturbing number of previous incidents where hackers had got into C Cleaner. I wonder how long it will be before Piriform finds out and cleans its own system up? [b]Anyway, folks, I suggest you don't download today's update 12th March 2019[/b] and [b]WELL DONE WSA- WORTH EVERY PENNY.[/b]