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[b]Question: How does WSA perform when no network connectivity is available?[/b] [b]Answer: [/b] While WSA has the strongest protection when connected to the Internet, it provides significant protection when offline. A few thousand critical signatures are pushed down from the cloud for offline protection. The client remembers all of the files it's been told about to provide protection. The client further uses behavioral heuristics to block threats when offline and can even turn into a full "whitelist-only" mode. All files are set to monitor when offline - heuristics are applied in real-time and pre-execution. Each system modification is precisely tracked by WSA. Once the client is back online, if a program is eventually found to be malicious, every change that was made can be reverted. [b][b]Question[/b]: Is there a way to create granular overrides for specific or global endpoints?[/b] [b]Answer[/b]: Yes. We have override capabilities that can be applied on a clien
Hello, I am testing the SecureAnywhere Endpoint product. I selected to be alerted "immediately" when there is a detection, and then I downloaded the EICAR test file. The file was detected and removed, but I don't see any detections listed in the console and I did not receive an email. How is detection data reported back to the console, and when should i expect to be notified in the event of a detection?
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[b]Ranks[/b] reward you for your presence in community and the contributions that you make. They let other community members know more about you, how active you are, and where your expertise lies. The idea is, the more you contribute ideas, help others, and share your voice, the higher rank you’ll get. Makes sense, right? [u]Here are the Webroot Community Ranks (in order):[/u] New Member Member New Voice [b]Frequent Voice[/b] Community Guide [b]Sr. Community Guide[/b] Community Leader [b]Sr. Community Leader[/b] Expert Advisor [b]Sr. Expert Advisor[/b] [b]Bronze VIP[/b] [b]Silver VIP[/b] [b]Gold VIP[/b] Your rank is indicated by the icon next to your name. For example, the rank of [b]New Voice[/b] is signified by a microphone icon. Each time your rank changes, we’ll send you a message so you’ll know right away.
You're out picking up the ingredients for your mind-blowing beef bourguignon recipe, and it hits you. You forgot to log on to the Webroot Community earlier today to ask an important question about your Webroot product. "Do not fret," says the guy behind the grocery store counter whose been reading your mind since you walked in. "You can log on to the Webroot Community using your smartphone or tablet. And it's optimized for your small screen, so it'll be easy to post your question and get help from the experts at Webroot." Wow. Thanks creepy mind-reader guy. [b]Thumb this URL into your mobile browser to get started: [url=http://community.webroot.com]community.webroot.com[/url][/b]
There's an easy way to delete or edit your posts in the Webroot Community - even after you've published your post! [u][b]STEP 1[/b][/u] Navigate to the post you wish to edit or delete. If you can't remember where your post is located, simply click on your display name/login name - near [i]My Settings[/i] - to access your profile and see all of your posts. [u][b]STEP 2[/b][/u] Click on the Options drop down menu in the top right corner of your post. [img]http://community.webroot.com/t5/image/serverpage/image-id/16iD4A204D82367D5EA/image-size/original?v=mpbl-1&px=-1[/img] [u][b]STEP 3[/b][/u] Select either Edit or Delete.
[b]Welcome! Here's how to get started:[/b] Check out this super short video [video]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fWssKS2nsXc[/video] Then be sure to check out the forums listed at the top of your screen (Discuss, Contribute, Learn & Read). Then post something or give kudos to the posts you like. See you out there!
Do you find yourself typing the same thing at the end of all your posts? [url=http://youtu.be/_nc42tliHDE]Fuggedaboutit[/url]. Save some time by adding a signature to your profile. This way you'll never have to type out the same thing everytime you post. [u]Here's how you do it:[/u] [list=1] [*]Go to [b]My Settings[/b] (located by the Sign Out link) [*]Select the [b]Personal Profile[/b] tab [*]Select the [b]Personal Info[/b] tab [*]Type your desired signature into the [b]Signature[/b] text box[/list]That's it! Now you're ready to go. [u]Need a suggestion for a signature?[/u] Try making it fun, but keep it appropriate...something like [i]Thelma, Lover of Sushi, Mother of 3[/i] or [i]Ricky, Webroot Customer Since '97[/i]. (Note: You can see my signature below.)
Hey everyone, We just added two new forums in the Welcome and News section based on some user feedback: [b]Community Announcements [/b]and[b] Helpful Pointers for New Members.[/b] [list] [*][b]Community Announcements:[/b] This is where we'll tell you all about the new features we add to the ever-changing Webroot Community.[/list] [list] [*][b]Helpful Pointers for New Members:[/b] In this forum, new members can discover some tips and tricks for setting up their account and getting involved.[/list] Thanks for the great feedback and feel free to participate in these new forums!
Congratulations! You got a random avatar when you signed up. It may be your most favoritest avatar ever, but you might also have an urge to change it. If you haven't already been there, go ahead and [url=http://community.webroot.com/t5/user/myprofilepage/tab/user-icons]head here[/url] to get to your Avatar settings and see if you spot something that tickles your fancy. The dropdown for "Choose a collection" will give you a handful more if the existing choices displayed don't fit your zen.
[i][b]Definition of Community:[/b] A meeting space for digital citizens to learn, share and connect through common and divergent views. [/i] Webroot Inc. ("Webroot") expects everyone to be respectful, considerate and to use good judgment when participating in its forums, blogs, tribal knowledge base, and idea exchanges (the "Community"). The Webroot Community should be used to share information about issues relating to Webroot, Webroot products and services and Internet security generally. The following Community guidelines ("Guidelines") serve to protect Webroot and its Community members, and to ensure that the Webroot Community is, and remains, a productive online environment. [b] [/b] [u][b]Use Your Manners.[/b][/u] In order to maintain a positive, productive and dynamic Community, Webroot asks that you avoid using profanity, derogatory statements or making personal attacks toward others. Never post anything that is hateful, threatening, embarrassing, pornogra
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