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In Google and Microsoft search my website madisoncapital.com has the caution symbol and the message “This site may contain content that could affect your online security” Not sure what is causing this. What do I need to do to receive the Trustworthy symbol? Thank you.
Hi folks - Could I ask, the Secure Anywhere application / subscription of course has a built-in firewall. I am running Windows 11 which has its own Windows defender also with a firewall. Currently I have both enabled but is this necessary and could it cause performance degradation in respect of internet speed or possible conflicts?? Is it better to have one or the other live rather than both running at the same time.To date I don't believe I have had any conflicts, but my system does sometimes have issues with internet connectivity which could be due to having x2 firewalls running at once.Thank you - Ben
When will Mobile and Chromebook devices be displayed in the My Account Portal? I am accessing my account via the New Carbonite Webroot portal page. I am on the Security Summary and I should have 5 devices. Only 2 PC’s show up. Nothing for the phones or chromebook. How I am supposed to know how many keycodes I have left and where they were distributed? Also, if I had to deactivate one of these devices (because I have a two year subscription) there’s no way to do that either. The older portal had many features you could run directly from it. They were under the COMMANDS section. There was SCAN, System Optimizer, Restart PC, DEACTIVATE, Cleanup, Lock PC, Shutdown PC. It also required the security code one created when logging in.But the new Carbonite portal is missing these features. They added security questions but not the security code. And there are no Commands like I listed above.The whole thing is very confusing from a consumer point of view.
I renewed Webroot from an Amazon purchase and when I go to my account from within Webroot, I go to a place called Carbonite-Webroot and they don’t have all my information on second computer. Have I been hacked, just a few minutes before that when I went to my account from within Webroot, it shows 7 days left on my two computers. Then I put in new keycode and end up going to Carbonite-Webroot and have to create a whole new logon. And it says my second computer has expired and it had 7 more days. Haven’t started it yet to enter new keycode. I don’t know what this Carbonite is? I see I can’t type suppose to be What happen to my account and it won’t let me change it.
Everytime I go on Google Chrome, Mcaffee and Norton bombard me with at least 20 virus warnings that my computer is infected. I must carefully close each screen by selecting the x in the middle of the screen on the right side. I had my Geek Squad people remove the problem a week ago but it has returned. It has obviously embedded itself into my PC.
Hi Team, I am coming from a McAfee EPo and ESET solution to a webroot solution. I am using the “Management Console - CE 22.4” to setup a range of Windows servers. I have a few questions: 1: Can we set the on access scan to “scan only on write” not read.2: Should we use file/folder exclusions?3: Is there a live scanning monitor to see what is being scanned at any time - this will test what should and what should not be scanned? We also have seen that when we do a remote desktop to a server, the scanner activates and the CPU increases. Thanks Phil
I noticed that when playing Deathloop (via Steam), the CPU usage of webroot goes up to 25% and fluctuates between that number and 10% constantly.I tried adding the deathloop.exe to the ignore file in the PC security options, but it doesn’t let me (It’s almost ½ gig in size).Any solutions?Thanks.