When an endpoint has journaled a program and stored info in a db###.db file, please have that fact avaliable in the console along with the created, last updated, and size of the journal.
The list of journaled data is already in WRData\Journal reg key.
Please make a report of endpoints that have checked in that are not on the latest software version. This indicates a problem on the client condition that must be addressed.
When I see an endpoint in the console, I should see a full list of all commands I can send to it. When I run an Undetermined Software report, I don't want to just create overrides. I want to send reverify commands.
In the list of endpoints encountering threats, I don't just want to see the blocked programs. I want to send commands to it.
Please stop removing my choices of what I can do with your product.
When you want to change key code for current endpoint it is simple but when you open a list of your keycodes, exacly, they are only keycodes. It will be great if you give option for adding name for key code - for example : lkasj-809asd-asdasd12-asd1 (Barber Shop)
For some reason, Secure Anywhere stopped working on several endpoints. It was weeks before we knew a problem actually existed, during which time one of the PCs was actually infected with a virus.
The only reason I found out was by looking on the web console at the "Last Seen" date and I noticed that several PCs had not been seen in weeks.
Rebooting those PCs and then installing the newer build of Secure Anywhere seemed to solve that problem. But, it would have been nice to know that there was a problem in the first place. The Secure Anywhere icon sat in the tray and looked like it was protecting us, but it was doing nothing. Right-clicking on it produced no results, and you couldn't even open the program.
I request a new alert be created that will e-mail the endpoint/PC name, date "Last Seen", and version fo Secure Anywhere if an endpoint has not been seen for a given number of days (that we can set on the alert).
I'd like to know when an endpoint hasn't been seen for more than 3 days as that is highly unusual in our organization...even when people are on vacation.
When viewing the recent & outstanding commands window, I'd like to have a refersh button to see when the command gets executed. Right now I have to close the windows and open it again to see if the command has been executed or not.
Desperately need an addition to the Console that allows administrators the ability to add exceptions or "whitelist" valid and legitmate websites. We have had numerous instances where users have attempted to visit a legitimate website (such as www.apexwin.com/us) and are presented with a message that the site contains malicious content and offers the option to close or allow.
We do not want users to have the ability to click "Allow" on every site they come across that presents this warning (as all they care about is getting to the site they want) and would rather have the ability to whitelist legitmate sites that users report they cannot access, just as we're able to do on any Web Filtering Appliance / Service.
I have seen numerous forums and discussion boards where many other Webroot customers desperately desire the same functionality. I saw where one of your developers said it is in the works, but that was more than half a year ago. Please expedite this Feature Request and add this functionality to your next version update. Thank You.
The tool-tip for the policy says, "Stops spyware from attempting to add or change the IP address for a website in the hosts file, and OPENS AN ALERT FOR THE USER TO BLOCK OR ALLOW THE CHANGES". If the user attempts to modify their hosts file (which they must elivate to local admin to do so anyway), they should be presented with a prompt "Do you wish to allow modification to the hosts file?" whereupon they can select yes or no. The user gets no prompt to allow or block. They only get "The Process cannot access the file because it is being used by anther process".
Web developers and many other system admin possitions require being being able to modify their hosts file. If they are a local admin on the box, or can provide credentials to elevate, they should be allowed to do so.
I am creating a request on behalf of one of our customers regarding the ability of Webroot to automatically scan USB's as they connect to a device. They would like this to be a feature that can be turned on/off from the Policies in the online Management Console.
As many here in the community have stated it's hard to get an overview over the undetermined software in the Webroot console. I can confirm that by myself as an export of the list contains more than 1000 entrys, which is the current limit for the export so there will probably be much more.
Of course undetermined/unknown software by itself doesn't have to be bad at all, but there are many cases where you need to get an overview what software is unkown to Webroot:
I would recommend to add additional information fields:
Also additional filters:
Also it's very important that the 'out of sort' problem gets resolved in the near future: