Whilst not a feature of the software itself, it cropped up in discussion (https://community.webroot.com/t5/Security-Industry-News/Chrome-finally-kills-off-the-HTTP-HTTPS-mixed-content-warning/m-p/222499/highlight/false#M19398)
that webroot.com does not initially show a green padlock but instead shows a grey icon indicating that the "Connection is not secure" and is either not encrypted or only partially encrypted. At least that what it says in Firefox and I gather something similar shows up in Chrome.
So a couple of us were wondering why this would be the case and would it not at last look better if the green padlock showed up immediately. I realise that as soon as you progress into the main site as far as inputting any data, then the padlock duly appears but the initial lack of a padlock may put some potential customers off.
There may well be a good reason for this but it would be nice to know what it is.