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When I open the Protected Applications (Open WSAE > Identity & Privacy > Protected Applications Advanced) I list the following: IE - Protected FF- Protected WOT - Allow (Had to change to allow after installing WOT because after installing WOT WSA sets it to Deny) The following entry has me puzzled: a0079894.exe C:System Volume Information_Restore ( lot of numbers & letters) - Set to Deny Why do I have Restore in this setting or why did it appear? Can I delete this entry without having problems?
Webrott is hanging when scanning and I can't get it to update my scan definitions. I have done a fresh install from Google play and that has nont changed the issue. I am absolutely positive that this has been covered already, but I can't seem to find the thread with the solution. Sorry for the inconvenience.
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I have a program, Playon, that searches the internet for TV shows or movies that I want & records them to my PC automatically. It turns on as soon as the PC is turned on & does it's thing. Webroot has been interfering with it when I try to watch what has been recorded. The playback is choppy & hangs up. Playon is aware that AV programs will do this & suggests configuring the AV to allow the Playon to access the internet when it wants to. I had playback problems before & configured Webroot for Playon. I recently allowed Webroot tech support to do a remote session on my PC & they uninstalled, then reinstalled Webroot to fix an issue. It's no longer configured for Playon & I can't find the area I configured before. Can I get specific instructions on how to reconfigure it?
My browser appears to be getting hijacked, most notably from the huffington post Uk site, I wind up at the above location with a driver warning. When the close window is clicked on this my downloads window opens anyway. I shut it all and go back to the original site but it justs starts all over again. Any ideas please?
I've seen several posts on this subject already, with no clear resolution. We have 50+ sites, with random endpoints that are "not seen recently" and are all on a previous version of Webroot (not the most current). My assumption is that the endpoints have just stopped "checking in" with the console and are not upgrading as they should. We have hundreds of endpoints in this state. The fix I've seen is "reinstall Webroot" but I have yet to see a solution to the root cause. We're a Continuum partner, so we're not supposed to contact Webroot directly, but I don't see any other way to get this resolved. Can anyone offer advice here? This is a pretty big problem for us (and I'm not the only one, others in the Continuum forums have the same issue).
Prompted by [url=https://community.webroot.com/t5/Ideas-Exchange/Backing-Up-PDF-Files/idi-p/22396]this idea[/url] to automatically sync PDF files, Webroot is investigating the possibility of adding additional file types to the default options presented on the Backup & Sync setup screen. Currently, the default file types are as follows: [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/webroot-en/attachment/2652iAC02D16938ACF9E2.png[/img] By selecting "Custom filter," a Backup & Sync user can already manually add any file type or create a *.* filter to sync all file types. However, for convenience, Webroot presents Backup & Sync users with commonly used default options for file types. There are likely many other commonly used file types that would fit into these categories which Webroot does not currently automatically sync. The "PDF" idea will result in a new file type - *.pdf - being added to the Document files list. As long as w
After using the "scream " function, the phone requested an unlock code.I could not enter the code as the keyboard is coninuously jumping around. I rebooted to stop the scream but still I cannot enter this as the keyboardstares jumping around as soon as I touch the 'enter' space. I have swiftkey set as default keyboard. Any help urgnetly appreciated. Graham
I am unable to log in to Webroot SecureAnyWhere website, even after resetting security code three times. I also can't access my printer to scan to computer now. It was working fine minutes prior to me attempting to access Webroot SecureAnyWhere. I am completely frustrated at this point. Lostandconfused.
A common question we get on the community is this: Is Webroot doing anything at all? How do I know it is working? Due to the rapid scans and minimal impact on performance, it can sometimes look like Webroot isn't doing anything at all. But don't worry, all of that performance is being offloaded to our cloud servers. Here's some more details about exactly how Webroot works quietly in the background, told by one of the most knowledgeable people on our community: From [url=https://community.webroot.com/member/profile?mid=780]@Baldrick[/url]: [i]Yes, this is normal with WSA and...Yes...you are well protected despite WSA not finding anything.[/i] [i] [/i] [i]This is essentially down to the way that WSA works; it does not scan your entire drive and every file by default but rather it only scans for active files/apps, on the premise that if malware is dormant/inactive then it is not a threat...which makes absolute sense when you really think ab
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You can install SecureAnywhere on Mac OS X 10.7 and above. An Internet connection is required to install the software. [b]To install the software:[/b] [list=1] [*][url=http://anywhere.webrootcloudav.com/zerol/wsamac.dmg]Click here[/url] to download the SecureAnywhere installer to your Mac. [*]Double-click [b]wsamac.dmg[/b] to open the installer. [*]Drag the Webroot SecureAnywhere icon into the Applications folder. [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/webroot-en/attachment/20009i5A795A42A96979B5.png[/img] [*]In the first activation window, enter your keycode and click [b]Activate[/b]. [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/webroot-en/attachment/20011iE5DE28AEEDC96A82.png[/img] [*]If prompted, confirm the installation by entering your Apple system password and click [b]OK[/b].[/list] [b]Now it's time to create your account:[/b] [list=1] [*]You only need to create an account if you plan to use the Password Management f
This file is safe. This exhibit scanners on VT. I enclose the address of the result of the scan file. Enclosed is your home address applications. The file I sent for analysis through a program of WSA Complete. [url=https://www.virustotal.com/file/99bed9ee2f8f7efb0e255d4795380a19fa728c774ce0e2e8618fac4877fd9379/analysis/]https://www.virustotal.com/file/99bed9ee2f8f7efb0e255d4795380a19fa728c774ce0e2e8618fac4877fd9379/analysis/[/url] *link to third party security program removed **please do not post links to third party programs ***please see [url=https://community.webroot.com/t5/Community-Guidelines-please-read/Webroot-Community-Guidelines/m-p/2#M1]The Community Guidelines[/url] section "Don't be a spammer." -admin