04-06-2012 11:51 AM
I checked my windows fireawll settings and it was turned on, does webroot secure anywhere complete use it's own firewall? Or is it using windows firewall? I just don't want to have 2 firewalls running if it's not needed, I'd like to think for the price webroot uses it's own firewall.
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04-06-2012 12:35 PM - edited 04-06-2012 12:41 PM
Hello Jammerdelray, Welcome to the Webroot Community Forum.
You need to keep Windows firewall "ON". WSA is a added protection to Windows Firewall.
04-06-2012 12:41 PM - edited 04-06-2012 12:43 PM
Welcome to the Community!
Webroot's inbound component works in tandem with Windows firewall. Webroot SecureAnywhere Essentials and Webroot SecureAnywhere Complete both include an intelligent, hassle-free firewall that monitors data traffic traveling in and out of your computer ports. It looks for untrusted processes that try to connect to the Internet and send your personal information to potential thieves and blocks them automatically, or can be configured to force applications to ask permission when trying to connect outbound.
The SecureAnywhere firewall works with the built-in Windows firewall, which blocks malicious data traffic coming into your computer. If the Windows Security Center on your system reports that no firewall is turned on, please enable your Windows Firewall. With both the Webroot and Windows firewalls turned on, your data has complete inbound and outbound protection.
To learn more about the firewall, please click on the following link:
Hopefully this information answers your questions. If you have any other questions please don't hesitate to ask.
04-06-2012 12:52 PM
Thank you so much for the quick replys and warm welcomes in that case I'll leave windows firewall on then. I'm loving the protection this security software is offering.
04-06-2012 04:30 PM