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My Essentials Identity and Privacy Protected Applications show the msimn.exe in c:program filesoutlook express and mshtml.dll in c:windowssystem32 buttons as Deny. iexplore.exe in c:program filesinternet explorer show the button as Protect. Shouldn't all three of these show protect since they are all Microsoft products? I even clicked store defaults and they stay the same. My identity shield is on. :8
On my start up Webroot Security Complete the left hand selection in the System Tools tab is not there. How does that work. I needed an upgrade and had been receiving the ret stripe error=10 message. After the update and reinstal I no longer have that message appearing. That's good but the System Tools tabe selection "System Analysis" is no longer available. Anyone?
Hi, I've been trying to set up SecureAnywhere Complete for Android, but every time I enter my details, I get an error saying: Account creation failed. The license check server returned an invalid response. Raw Error: License chech failed due to invalid keycode. Response code: 1 I'm using the same email and password details I use to access my account online, and the same license key for SecureAnywhere Complete 2012 that I have registered to that account (quadruple checked this, and even checked on the card that came with the installation media just in case there was some difference). This is now driving me nuts, as I just want to get SecureAnywhere Complete on my phone too. Any ideas?
I just noticed that [b]Webroot[/b] changed the name from "[b]Essentials[/b]" to "[b]Internet Security Plus 2013[/b]" :D [url=http://www.webroot.com/En_US/consumer-products-secureanywhere-internet-security-plus.html]http://www.webroot.com/En_US/consumer-products-secureanywhere-internet-security-plus.html[/url] Different Name, Same Excellent Product. ;) Edit: I looks like they added Password Protection . :D
I start my "Complete" program and hit backup & sync. It SAYS it's "Loading," but nothing happens. I hit "open file manager" and it asks me to sign in, which I do... But nothing ever happens. It keeps asking me to sign in over and over... not rejecting the sign in...Just not reacting after I sign in. I checked the PC Security computers protected and it says 6 computers protected... even though I only have one. Sometimes I get an error message telling me to shut down the computer and start over... Which I do...Only to experience the same frustrations! I simply want to backup my computer! Thanks, Dave
Recently installed the SecureAnywhere Compete on my Android phone and when I attempted to login with my credentials i received the following error " Your user credentials are not associated with this SecureAnywhere Complete keycode. Make sure you've created this user on [url=http://my.webrootanywhere.com]http://my.webrootanywhere.com[/url] and try again" inspite of the user credentials being created and associated with the keycode i still keep getting the same error message. Any assistance would be appreciated.
I din't htink I would be back so soon after two posts about things that were resolved and neither turned out to be WRA problem. This one I feel like I owe it to report. I don't know how I could have been so stupid, but I got an email telling me someone had changed the settings on my Amercan Express account and to click the link if this wasn't true. I scratched my head and clicked the link, but here is why I have to report it, it was Avast that popped up telling me I was hit with a Trojan Horse Here is the link to the Avast web page that I got by way of going to the links within my Avast program: [url=http://www.avast.com/en-us/lp-pr-virus-alert?p_ext=&utm_campaign=Virus_alert&utm_source=prg_ise_70_0&utm_medium=prg_systray&utm_content=.%2Fpaid%2Fen-us%2Fvirus-alert-default&p_vir=JS:Redirector-RO%20[Trj]&p_prc=C:]http://www.avast.com/en-us/lp-pr-virus-alert?p_ext=&utm_campaign=Virus_alert&utm_source=prg_ise_70_0&utm_medium=prg_systray&ut
Hope this is the right place to post this! I've just had my laptop stolen and, although I hold little hope of ever seeing it again, I wondered if there's any way for SecureAnywhere to help me track it down. On the webrootanywhere console I can view the last time any of my computers were scanned. And that gives me a potentially useful IP address. My question (maybe a stupid one) is this: is there any way to somehow communicate with the lost laptop if ever the thief connects to the internet? Would there be any way to remotely tell it to run a scan and thus register the IP address? I realise this might seem like a stupid post but I have to ask.
The [b]Essentials[/b] license that I am using now is getting close to its expiration (31 days left). I have a New 1 year [b]Essentials[/b] Keycode that I wanted to add to this license. I put in a ticket to CS and this is the reply: Hello, Thank you for contacting Webroot. We have looked into the accounts your asking to combine days. At this time we are unable to do this. You have two different products from Webroot if your still having questions and to better assist you with your inquiry, we recommend that you contact our Sales Team. I then tried to add this New Keycode to my account and it failed: [url=https://my.webrootanywhere.com/gethelp.asp?n=Adding_a_keycode]https://my.webrootanywhere.com/gethelp.asp?n=Adding_a_keycode[/url] I also tried to add a new console to my account with the New Keycode and that failed: [url=https://my.webrootanywhere.com/gethelp.asp?n=Adding_consoles_to_your_account]https://my.webrootanywhere.com/gethelp.asp?n=Adding_consoles_to_your_account[/url]
The service LastPass had installed version 7?? and had placed a document in my 2007 Excel with all my accounts and user names. I found this by going to Click Start--enter LastPass in the search bar--to my surprise there is this LastPass listed!! I deleted the Excel document and then delelted the shortcut. I have restarted my machine but still receive this error message just below the browser in IE9. I have never requested LastPass, given permission to LastPass to access my info or install any of their products or services. The error message still appears, usually momentarily and then will dissapear when I navigate. However, occassionally the red stripe error message prevents me from scrolling on the page being viewed on the screen. What other measures are there I can do to get rid of it? Reinstalling the Webroot via tech support worked and the error message no longer appears.
On one of the machines I installed WRSA complete there is no icon in the tray. I can see the program listed under My Computer, and even send a shortcut to the desktop but it won't open up. The only way I can get it to scan is to click on the C:drive and have it do a scan with Web Root. Can someone help?
Greetings - I updated my Foxit Reader from Version 5.3.1.0606 to Version 5.4.2.0901. The old version ran lightning fast (1-2 seconds to load a pdf from my documents). The new version takes [b]over a minute to load[/b] a pdf from my documents. The new version also takes over a minute to close Foxit Reader. I noticed in my "Control Actice Processes" that Foxit Reader is listed as "Monitor" for the new version of Foxit Reader. I set the Active Process to "Allow" and the new version of Foxit Reader now opens as fast as the old version. For Foxit Reader, should I leave the setting at "Allow"? From reading my Computer trade journals, there can be threats embedded within pdf's. Could this be the reason why Secureanywhere has a setting of "Monitor" for Foxit Reader? If so, is there a way to set Secureanywhere to "Allow" if a pdf has been opened from "my documents" before, and to "Monitor" if it is a pdf from a
Hi folks! I seem to be in all sorts of bother.. Firstly my Samsung Galaxy Note decided to keep going round in circles to the Unlock Screen claiming an MTP error. One forum recommended removing all Device Administrators in Settings. This included removing the Webroot SecureAnywhere Administrator. I tried to do this but got into another loop of going round in circles. Now the Unlock Screen is looking for a password but won't accept any of my standard passwords. I assume it is the Webroot SecureAnywhere Administrator password it requires, but if I had set this, I would have used a standard password. The device is now stuck on this Unlock Screen and nothing I offer seems to satisfy it. I thought I might be able to access the phone via Webroot's online system, but this is also unavailable to me. Before I can register to use it, I have to provide my keycode which I cannot find. I tried to use Webroot's resend keycode routine but that failed to recognise my email address even thou
Was the option to have those green arrows on google searches removed? I never really liked the green arrows on google searches my myself anyway because when you clicked on them it only took you to Webroot.com instead of giving you handy info about why the site was safe or not. But I was just wondering where the option is for turning the green arrows on or off went? Thanks gate1975mlm
just a coupla things...people have no idea what back up means. it's not their fault. i submit if you ever tried using Micosoft's back-up for a system backup..fugetabout it. that leaves purchasing some software that is just as cryptic as Microsoft's. If you subscribe to a securtiy program online..you might have some "complimentary" backup software albeit so proprietary that should a catastrophic event occur, the software is virtually useless. most of the units now have all that stuff on a partition...but if you lose the drive...that partition is about as usefull as **bleep** on a bull. There is no sense, other than the commercial greed, for keeping people so destitute in backing up their systems with simple, easy to use, back up software, and it ought to be FREE. why can't some company be a big ole fan on the people who buy their product and offer a damned universal backup product? Lose your hard drive?> Got your dvd's, cd's that
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