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My wife's Galaxy S20+ cellphone has a persistent pop up warning that there are 39 viruses infecting her phone. They use a 4 minute countdown clock to strike panic claiming the Sim card is about to be corrupted. Every time she opens her phone it pops up. We run a scan with webroot and of course NO viruses. How do we get this pop up deleted?
I tried for days to contact them, using their customer support phone number and nobody answered in over 30 MINUTES! Then their support ticket and send a message option keeps asking for my email and password even though I’m already logged in and when I did enter my information, it keeps saying the password is wrong even though it’s not. I want a refund!
I have the Win32.localinfect.2 on my computer but it won't come off. I’m 14 years old on an expensive PC my dad built, I’m using WebRoot antivirus but for some reason when I try to delete it with this antivirus it sort of like, adds more virus files to my PC, please please help me because from the research I've done the antivirus should do the work and this virus can be very very dangerous later on if I don’t do something about it.
Hello,There are many warning messages from Webroot in the Windows 10 reliability monitor. The warning messages appear in the reliability monitor every every 15 minutes. So far there are 22 messages on 2020-09-23. How do I fix this warning message? ProblemUnsuccessful application installationDate 2020-09-23 DescriptionWindows Installer installed the product. Product Name: Core. Product Version: 1.1.226. Product Language: 1033. Manufacturer: Webroot. Installation success or error status: 1603.
The Webroot Filtering Extension is crashing tabs in Firefox 80.0.1; however, I can’t remove/uninstall the add-on even if I uninstall Webroot completely. I can’t remove it in the new Edge browser either. Also, how can I stop Webroot from managing Firefox and other browsers after I uninstall it from my system?
Folks,Lost my last post...your website does not lke disagreeable comments maybe. At any rate, I had to disable the two services cited in my topic, else you get a tremendous slow down at the login screen and reaching the desktop can increase your login time to desktop anywhere from 5 times to 10 times longer.I am leaving them disabled for the time being until this issue is resolved within Webroot. I am still keeping the main WRSV running as my main protection. That service does not cause any issues.My system is a dual Xeon with 384GB of DDR4 RAM and two Seagate Enterprise SSDs. Graphics card is a Nvidia Quadro P1000.Chris
im trying to uninstall webroot but it gives this error it is necessary to login as admin to access this feature im the admin user i read in other topics start pc in safe mode but i cant because safe mode dont work just stay on the boot loading screen so i need another way to uninstall webroot
The reason I chose Webroot over other anti-virus software is because supposedly, it’s not a resource hog. The past couple of days my hard drive is spinning non-stop and the culprit appears to be Webroot. I was not able to kill the Webroot processes or uninstall the software as Windows is telling me I don’t have Administrator’s privilege although I had no issue uninstalling other software. I’m running Windows 10. When I opened the Webroot console, it freezes whenever I tried to make any change to the setting.
I was on the American Chemical Society website and a tab opened up by itself. I must have done something when I went to the tab because as soon as I did, something was downloaded to my computer and it went too fast for me to be able to see what it was or where it ended up. I searched the entire hard drive manually for everything that had a “date modified” of today around the time it happened. Nothing was suspicious except for a file that I “did not have permission to access,” but the file was empty and created in 2019. It said it was modified around the time the incident occurred. I couldn’t delete the file either because it said something in the file was open. I checked the task manager and it said nothing was open. Webroot did a scan and found nothing. What do I need to do?
I am a web developer, 25 years in the industry. Webroot is giving off cautions on several of my sites today via Chrome or Firefox. Obviously, this is concerning for me. However, there is no further information other than, "this site may contain content that could affect your online security."I need to know *what* is causing this. When I looked under Webroot docs, it says, "These are generally benign sites, but have exhibited some characteristics that suggest security risk."My question is - what are the possible flags that suggested a security risk? As a developer, I need to know what third party scripts are setting off warnings in order to make my sites safe.I would love if the docs could be updated with a list. But more urgently, if someone could give me a collection of the flags that can set off the caution warning, that would be brilliant. All of these sites are new builds. I need to pinpoint the script that is not secure. Thanks in advance!
I found that it doesn’t have any web monitoring features to block adult contents, category wise like Sophos home or Cold Turkey. But it is good for my aging pc. I am looking for security which doesn’t slow my already slow pc with porn blocking capability. Thanks. Please don’t recommend host file editing, google safe search, etc. They can be easily bypass. I want Cold Turkey like features in security software.
Hey so my Intel Bluetooth (ibtsiva) is located in system 32 instead of program files I looked that up and apparently it's a virus in disguise. I want to make sure that this is not true, and if it is what do I do? Webroot has not detected it as a virus, but I'm asking here just to be safe. Thank you.