My normal routine in the morning is to turn my computer on then go to the kitchen and turn on my Keurig Coffee maker and brew a cup of coffee and return to the computer and check accounts and other things. This morning was a little different. When the computer was turned on, Webroot immediately hit on 2 threats. I did a scan and sent my log to Webroot Support checking if they were False Positives. I figured it would take about an hour or so for a reply so off to the kitchen I went to make a cup of coffee which took about 10 minutes. When I returned to the computer I had the following reply from Webroot Support:
Thank you for the feedback in regard to our software. I have made the changes needed in our system so that you can now run the software. These should no longer be detected as infections. If it still gets detected I would like you to run a deep scan, the instructions for doing this are shown below.
First of all I would like you to open the Webroot Software:
1. Click PC Security on the top tab of the Webroot Secure Anywhere window.
2. Open the Scan tab.
3. Click the Custom Scan link.
4. The default scan option is "Deep". Click Scan.
This will start a Deep Scan of your system. Please let us know if these actions have not resolved the issue.
Congratulations Webroot Support for responding on a false positive before I could make a cup of coffee. It took only 7 minutes for a reply and fix from Support. Outstanding Support!
Best answer by ProTruckDriver
It took 10 minutes to brew a cup of coffee with a Keurig??? What did you have to do, roast the beans first?
I grind my beans every morning to put in My-K-Cup while the Keurig is warming up. Plus I'm getting old and not much in a hurry anymore. LOL :D