Patch Notes & Software Updates
[h3][b]SecureAnywhere™ Mobile for Android [img]https://sw.nohold.net/Webroot/Images/android_icon.png[/img][/b][/h3] Android Version 22.214.171.12440 (Released September 8, 2016) [list] [*]Android 7 compatibility. [*]Improved in-app account creation. [*]Various bug fixes.[/list]
[h3][b]SecureAnywhere™ for iOS [img]https://sw.nohold.net/Webroot/Images/apple_icon.png[/img][/b][/h3] [b]iOS Backup & Sync Version 126.96.36.199 (Released January 12, 2017)[/b] [list] [*]Improved Compatibility with iOS 10. [*]Various bug fixes.[/list]
webroot addon was disabled on firefox 55+ due to lack of webextensions support by webroot??? [url=https://prnt.sc/gct9kj]https://prnt.sc/gct9kj[/url] how webroot should get rid of addons in general and develop webroot driver systemwide...i know it driver support was added but its not functional as saw in firefox...i do not get any warnings if i visit malicious site....but if virus tries to download at system level webroot detects it... why not eliminate threat site at browser level like detecting site as malicious site and blocking it just like malwarebytes do? e.g issue can arise if malicious site grab my login credentials like session hijacking or something and webroot can't detect as no malicious code has been active at system level? i see lacks in webroot driver? this should be functional like malwarebytes driver protection show warnings on malicious website detection
[img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/webroot-en/attachment/30704i1F9B1E0AD6F6465D.png[/img] In mid-July, we will be updating Webroot SecureAnywhere® Business Endpoint Protection agents across Windows® and Mac® platforms. No action is necessary, and the updates will be largely silent. Updates for Mac endpoints will address false positives on Time Machine backups and will include foundational work to support Mac policy controls via the console. Although policy control for Mac endpoints will not be fully enabled until later this summer, this update will align sub-menus within the agent across Windows and Mac devices. Updates for Windows endpoints will include enhancements for Web Threat Shield, as well as the Webroot SecureAnywhere agent. Please note: end users who use older versions of Firefox (v. 47 and below) will see a notification to accept the new browser extension when it installs. [url=https://www.webroot.com/us/en/business/support/release-notes]See the produ
Hi All! We wanted to provide you with an update on the staged roll-outs of the most recent PC agent release. In response to customer feedback, we have expanded our internal testing to include a greater variety of configurations and environments typical of our partners' environments. These changes have produced a longer, more robust testing and roll-out process. To date, we have tested and released the agent update to more than 100,000 endpoints with no issues reported thus far. We should be finishing up the process of updating all PC endpoints by the end of next week. [url=https://www.webroot.com/us/en/business/support/release-notes][u]You can click here to access the detailed Release Notes[/u][/url]
[img]http://sw.nohold.net/Webroot/Images/wsadnsp10102017.png[/img] DNS-Protection Agent Version 188.8.131.52 (Released November 7th, 2017) Updated[list] [*]Address mismatch issues being logged in the agent log files causing high CPU usage. [*]Additional tracing and logging to assist us in troubleshooting field issues.[/list] Fixed[list] [*]Optimize source and destination IP identification.[/list]
We hope you’re enjoying the recent enhancements to the Global Site Manager™ (GSM) Console. We wanted to let you know we’ll be updating all remaining PC endpoints starting early next week. As a reminder, this update will introduce a streamlined code base and improve the way agents function in certain server environments, as well as the way they communicate with the Webroot SecureAnywhere® network. It will also upgrade the Web Threat Shield. End users running older versions of Firefox (v. 47 and below) will get a notification from the browser to accept the new extension when the update is installed. You can find screenshots of this experience in the Product Bulletin below for reference. These updates will be silent for all end users not specified above, and no action is necessary on your part. [url=https://attachments-us-west-2.insided.com/520b6980-ba36-418d-91c5-3e0baf6de6c5/BUS%2017Q4%20PC%20Endpoint_PB_184.108.40.206.pdf][u]See the full product bulletin here[/u][/url]
[h3][b]SecureAnywhere™ for Android [img]http://sw.nohold.net/Webroot/Images/android_icon.png[/img][/b][/h3] Android Agent Version 220.127.116.1167 (Released June 19, 2017) [list] [*]Under-the-hood app security enhancements.[/list]
[img]https://sw.nohold.net/Webroot/Images/wsa_title_image.png[/img] Version 18.104.22.168 (Released September 19th, 2016) Updated[list] [*]Support for installation on macOS Sierra. Only installers version 22.214.171.124 and higher will support installation to Sierra.[/list] Fixed[list] [*]Various bug fixes.[/list]
I just sent a command to deploy AV to a client site, and am seeing that version 126.96.36.199 has been installed at that site. I am trying to determine if this is a legitimate release on Webroot's part (as I have seen no product announcement beyond beta) or if the switch has been thrown unexpectedly. I'm using the download location of [url=http://anywhere.webrootcloudav.com/zerol/wsainstall.exe]http://anywhere.webrootcloudav.com/zerol/wsainstall.exe[/url] which is the location I understand to be the current product release version. [user=230][/user] can you verify?
PC Agent Version 188.8.131.52 (Released November 27th, 2018) Added[list] [*]Support for ELAM (Early Launch AntiMalware) Driver. [*]System Analyzer updates. [*]Support for Windows 10 RS5 update.[/list] Fixed[list] [*]Issue with XP networking found in 184.108.40.206 [*]Addressed network share slowness issues. [*]Other bug fixes?.[/list]
[img]http://sw.nohold.net/Webroot/Images/wsab_endpoint_logo_v2.png[/img] When we release a version update, it is load balanced across our global user base. As such, it can take up to 72 hours to apply to all endpoints. Updated[list] [*]Harden uninstall routines. [*]Web Filtering is VM aware. [*]Enhancement to Threat Intelligence for Web Filtering.[/list] Fixed[list] [*]Bug fixes.[/list]
Product Update: Management Console Update 40.0Product Bulletin
[b]OVERVIEW[/b] This release introduces a brand new My Usage section in the console to provide 100% accurate information on your license usage across all Webroot® solutions. The My Usage page is a simple way to access complete usage and trial data for Webroot Business Endpoint Protection, DNS Protection, and Security Awareness Training, which includes detailed usage figures for each client. [b]The highlights of the release are:[/b] [list] [*]Improved – Agent Commands [*]New – Reports [*]New – Scan History [*]New – Policy-based Web Overrides for DNS Protection [*]New – My Usage Page [*]New – Dark Web Breach Report [*]New – Training Navigation Enhancements [/list] [b]1. Agent Commands[/b] From the Sites & Groups page, we’ve added a new drop-down menu called Agent Commands. To activate this menu, select one or multiple devices from the All Sites list. The menu displays the 11 most common Agent Commands, according to current customer usage, along with the option to View Command Log.
When we release a version update, it is load balanced across our global user base. As such, it can take up to 72 hours to apply to all endpoints. Implemented[list] [*]New set of stabilizing patches for 4005 error and script lock up.[/list] [u][url=https://www5.nohold.net/Webroot/ukp.aspx?pid=10&app=vw&vw=1&login=1&json=1&solutionid=1055&]Full Article[/url][/u]
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