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Can anyone ( calling for expert advise ;) ) explain me why i have one hour difference between the time i see in the webconsole & the local time on my pc? See screenshot below [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/webroot-en/attachment/22845iE70F113C6D946E5C.jpg[/img] Just now i went to nose around in the web console to try and figure out an answer to another post here in the community and i decided to submit a command . When i went to check the submitted commands i noticed there's exactly one hour time difference between the time seen in the console and my local time... I'm on UTC +1 and the summer/winter time setting in Windows 10 is activated. My computer's time is the actually correct time ( not the time seen in the console ). Most likely i'm doing something stupid so don't laugh too hard pls.
Was wondering what the expected delay time should be between the time a threat is detected and an email is sent out. From my testing it seems to be kind of random and so far I am seeing it take about 20 minutes on average. We are coming from Symantec Endpoint Cloud and we receive the emails seconds after the threat is detected. What is great about that is we can react and call the end user immediately to see what they opened or what website they were on if we feel is necessary. So how long should an email notification take before we receive after threat detected? From what I read here some threats do not generate a threat on console or alert emails. Why is this and can we change that?
I don't know what my wife may have done. She had told me she was placing her Avon orders as usual, and a display came up and said that the computer had a virus and if she would let them enter and clear it up, they apparently got in and then brought up a financial charge for the service, so she said no. They left, and I think they placed the virus there and cause it to go into safe mode. I did regain control by doing a restore, and it was working. The next morning it was in safe mode. Please help.
When I checked yesterday (by clicking the Webroot "W" in the taskbar and opened the gui i note that it says that protection has been disabled due to subscription expired. The web realtime shields are both off as is the firewall. However there is no other indication that there is a problem - the "W" icon in the taskbar remains green, the gui itself is green and Windows security centre has not thrown up a message. I did receive two emails about renewing the last of which was on Oct6 - the subscription expired Nov5. Whilst I accept of course that the renewal date had been reached I find it odd/disconcerting that protection would be switched off so quickly (i.e.one day later) and without any warning . Could this be correct ?
Newbie Questions: 1) Does WSA Firewall track Internet and network connections and cranks up the heuristic detection level when it encounters suspicious activity for [i]out and in-bound traffic[/i]..... 1a) Do WSA users need to tweak Windows Firewall... an opinion is welcome... 2) Comment/opinion re: Note: The SafeStart Sandbox is intended for testing malware, not legitimate programs. Will browser run okay in SafeStart Sandbox. Will SafeStart Sandbox run Sandboxie'd. 3) Does WSA have PUP criteria. 4) Does WSA scan compressed folder/files. 5) It's my understanding WSA does not employ traditional definitions/signatures. So, does WSA detect even known malware by behavior. Granted, known malware morphs faster than signatures can be written. So, are detections always/only by behavior. Once behavior is classified. Why not note a signature. 6) Curious, why don't I find Webroot at aggregate second opinion sites eg: VirusTotal, VirScan, Jotti.... &
Hi, On a Google results page, when scrolling the page halts for (a few) seconds - disabling the Webroot Filtering Extension fixes that. Anybody else seeing this? Win 10 Pro - 64 Firefox 50.0.1 - 64 google.co.uk Cheers, Edwin
I am looking for an explanation for, and means to prevent, the following computer behavior: I shut down my Lenovo and after about 5 minutes it restarts without any input from me. Yes, I am sure I selected "shut down" and not "restart" from the menu. Thanks!
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Hi, I'm a new Webroot user, community member and Windows 10 user. I would just like to ask the following questions: 1. Could I add the Mail, Calendar and People applications in the Webroot Application protection? Are there any compatibility issues in doing so? 2. If I could add the said applications without issues, how do I actually to do that? Where are the said applications located anyway? I am using Windows 10 64bit. Thank you.
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