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[img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/webroot-en/attachment/4192iF19A0190F0341666.png[/img] HTC has unveiled the long-rumored Desire 200. [url=http://www.htc.com/www/smartphones/htc-desire-200/#overview]The device[/url], which is designed for customers on a budget, comes with a 3.5-inch display and runs on 3G networks. The inside is similarly budget-friendly, boasting a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S1 processor and 4GB of onboard memory. The device has just 512MB of memory. [url=http://reviews.cnet.com/8301-19736_7-57585707-251/early-details-emerge-for-what-could-be-new-htc-desire-models/]Rumors had been swirling for some time[/url] that HTC would launch an update to its Desire line. As expected, the device features rounded corners, a simple black finish, and Beats audio. Users can also monitor their data usage on the device. HTC has yet to announce pricing and details on the Desire 200. Source: [url=http://news.cnet.com/8301-1035_3-57589781-94/htc-finally-shows-off-3.5-
I have just installed the updated Webroot but the main thing is that it is not running properly on the MAC system and the we all know that cybersecurity is important for all the devices. It is not making me to have the iTunes access as it is giving ~[u]"iTune Error 9"[/u] ~ (Removed Link ~ PTD) and it is happening because of the webroot.
Not to be snide, but if you're going to implement a VIP program, the rewards should be a little more meaningful, like maybe a free renewal license, etc. By the way, where's my sticker? :D [spoiler] [/spoiler] *edit - already a topic named the same thing, so renamed for better searchability
I have Webroot running in the background on my MacBook but the icon isn't showing in the menu bar so I cannot open the program. I have tried to uninstall but cannot close it running in the background. I tried to do this through Activity Monitor but it immediately restarts. Anybody know how to solve this please?
I upgraded to Quickbooks 2020 and am unable to open my file. I am receiving the following message, which I do not understand how to correct the problem. QuickBooks Pro and Premier Grant the following files access through your firewall on ports 80, 8019, 56725-56728, and 55363 through 55382 (ports are for QuickBooks 2017 through 2018) for both incoming and outgoing traffic: AutoBackupExe.exe located in C:\Program Files\Intuit\QuickBooks 20XX Dbmlsync.exe located in C:\Program Files\Intuit\QuickBooks 20XX DBManagerExe.exe located in C:\Program Files\Intuit\QuickBooks 20XX FileManagement.exe located in C:\Program Files\Intuit\QuickBooks 20XX FileMovementExe.exe located in C:\Program Files\Intuit\QuickBooks 20XX IntuitSyncManager.exe located in C:\Program Files\Common Files\Intuit\Sync QBCFMonitorService.exe located in C:\Program Files\Common Files\Intuit\QuickBooks QBDBMgrN.exe located in C:\Program Files\Intuit\QuickBooks 20XX QBGDSPlugin.exe located in C:\Program Files\Intuit\QuickBook
I just read about the "webhp" virus for Chrome after noticing that phrase in my omnibox. I want to know if it is real, what type of threat it is to my browsing, and most importantly why my Secure Anywhere Complete didn't catch or remove it when I scan. It's pretty upsetting that a virus can exist on my computer after I bought this product. Can anyone help alleviate my concerns or tell me what I can do? Please.
By [url=http://www.technologyreview.com/contributor/tom-simonite/]Tom Simonite[/url] on September 16, 2015 Facebook’s ad targeting algorithms are about to get a new firehose of valuable and controversial personal data. Starting next month, the millions of Facebook “Like” and “Share” buttons that publishers have added to their pages and mobile apps will start funneling data on people’s Web browsing habits into the company’s ad targeting systems. After the change, the types of sites you visit could be used to tune ads shown to you inside Facebook’s social networking service, its photo-sharing service Instagram, and mobile apps that use Facebook’s ad network. [url=http://www.technologyreview.com/news/541351/facebooks-like-buttons-will-soon-track-your-web-browsing-to-target-ads/]http://www.technologyreview.com/news/541351/facebooks-like-buttons-will-soon-track-your-web-browsing-to-target-ads/[/url]
As some of you may know, to fight the isolation and uncertainty brought on by the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, we've initiated something we're referring to as "Office Hours" on the Webroot Community. It's meant to be a thread where people can come together and pose their COVID/cybersecurity-related questions to some of our experts, and we try to help however we can. The response has been nothing short of amazing. The thoughtfulness and engagement of our users is a great reminder of why we began this Community in the first place. In fact, some of the questions we've received are so excellent, I thought they bear repeating and their answers a little further development. I'll begin with this one: How can MSPs help their clients bounce back from these challenging times? - David H. It's a great question for at least a couple reasons. To start, exceptional customer service is a great way for MSPs to stand out in an industry with typically tight margins. The second reason is even m
Cyber Threats in the Time of COVID-19 In the past 3 months, we’ve seen a staggering amount of change worldwide, not least of which involves the majority of global business offices switching to WFH. With so many employees suddenly working from their home devices and networks, this massive shift has brought numerous challenges for employees and employers alike. One of the main challenges is that many employees were not set up for successful, secure remote work. While they might’ve had antivirus, DNS protection, VPNs, group policies, and other cybersecurity measures on corporate devices, not all employees could take these computers home with them. That means they had to start using personal devices for work, which begs the question: how many of those devices had robust cybersecurity measures (if any) in place? Probably not many at all. So now the problem becomes clearer; valuable company data is being sent via unsecured or inadequately secured devices, across unsecured or inadequate
Is there a way to set up the Webroot VPN that allows printing to my wireless printer? At this point, in order to print I need to disconnect the VPN. I would prefer to have a seamless way to print while remaining connected. Do you know if this is possible? I previously tried ExpressVPN and they had a setting that got around the wireless printer issue.
Microsoft has released Windows 8.1 Update 1 to manufacturing, according to my sources, as well as [url=http://wzascok.livejournal.com/21306.html]the known Windows leaker WZor[/url]. [img]http://cdn-static.zdnet.com/i/r/story/70/00/026983/win81update1winsupersite-200x114.png?hash=BTV5LJL4Mw&upscale=1[/img] Windows 8.1 Update 1 -- which Microsoft also has referred to internally as "Windows 8.1 Spring Update" and "Windows 8.1 Update" -- is designed to [url=http://www.zdnet.com/windows-8-1-update-1-leaked-build-suggest-microsoft-is-moving-in-the-right-direction-7000026003/]make Windows 8.1 more palatable and familiar to users who prefer to use mice[/url] as much, if not more, than touch. Word of [url=http://www.zdnet.com/microsofts-surface-mini-not-until-spring-2014-7000021165/]Windows 8.1 Update 1's existence and feature set[/url] began leaking months ago. [url=http://www.zdnet.com/microsoft-forges-ahead-toward-windows-8-1-update-1-7000024928/]Pre-RTM builds of the update[/url] have b
[img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/webroot-en/attachment/4036i0851ADD891DB2346.jpg[/img] The new Alienware 18.4-inch high-powered laptop. Dell has beefed up its Alienware series with three new laptops equipped with some seriously high-end specs. Unveiled on Tuesday at the [url=http://reviews.cnet.com/e3/]E3[/url] show in Los Angeles, the [url=http://www.dell.com/learn/us/en/uscorp1/secure/2013-06-11-dell-alienware-gaming-pc-e3]Alienware 14, Alienware 17, and Alienware 18[/url] are designed for hard-core gamers who need laptops packed with lots o' power. Starting at $1,199, the [url=http://www.dell.com/us/p/alienware-14/pd.aspx]Alienware 14[/url] offers a 14-inch screen (1,366x768 or 1,920x1,080 resolution), as much as 16GB of RAM, and up to a 512GB solid-state hard drive. Starting at $1,499, the [url=http://www.dell.com/us/p/alienware-17/pd.aspx]Alienware 17[/url] is equipped with a 17.3-inch screen with a resolution as high as 1,920x1,080, up to 32GB of RAM, and a 1TB h
Some macOS Monterey users are encountering a peculiar “Volume Hash Mismatch” error message, informing them that a hash mismatch was detected and to reinstall macOS on the volume. The full error message reads:“Volume Hash Mismatch – Hash mismatch detected on volume disk1s5. macOS should be reinstalled on this volume.”Some users experience this error after a major system crash or kernel panic, after which the error constantly reappears.For some users, the “Volume Hash Mismatch” error is accompanied by a significant increase in instability on the Mac running macOS Monterey, with apps crashing frequently afterwards. Other users have the error message showing up constantly, but without any apparent impact to the stability of the Mac. ✿✿ Full Article ✿✿
Multiple Irish Educational Institutions Suffer Ransomware AttacksWithin the past week, both the National College of Ireland and the Technological University of Dublin have fallen victim to ransomware attacks that have caused major disruptions in their normal operations. All IT services for both institutions have been taken offline to reduce the overall impact of the attacks and have begun reaching out to students regarding their classes and assignments. Officials for the universities are still working to identify the origin of the attacks and if any personally identifiable information belonging to staff or students was stolen.High Volume Office Depot Database Left UnsecuredLate last week, researchers discovered a misconfigured, and unsecured database belonging to Office Depot and containing nearly a million unique records. With unencrypted contact information and a complete purchase history, any cybercriminals that may have accessed the database within the week of it being exposed woul
[b]Myth![/b] More than [url=http://www.sophos.com/medialibrary/Gated%20Assets/white%20papers/sophosmythsforsafewebbrowsingwpna.pdf]83 percent of malware hosting sites[/url] are “trusted.” You’re more likely to be attacked by visiting a legit shopping or general lifestyle site than you are an adult or gambling site. Go ahead and do whatever you need to do with this information, but do it safely. If you're in need of protection, click on that fancy Webroot logo at the top of your screen and view our products.
So i recently i bought Webroot Internet Security Complete and it's by far the best antivirus i've had. I'm really a fan of Webroot :D But the thing is i also had a license of Norton Security sitting around and wanted to give this combo a try. [b]I'm posting this as the last posts on the subject date from 2015 and i though some people would be interested to know if the latest version of Webroot and Norton are compatible as of 2017.[/b] [u][i]What i did:[/i][/u] - Uninstalled Webroot and restarted computer - Installed Norton Security, updated and restarted - installed Webroot and restarted [u][i]What happened:[/i][/u] Norton did not prompt me to uninstall Webroot and the installation went smoothly. Both Webroot and Norton don't interfere with each other. There is no system slowdown and the system is just slightly slower as if using Norton alone (of course the lightest config is using Webroot only). I've excluded Webroot in Norto
A "poorer" brother of Ferrari, Maserati marque unveiled their [url=http://www.autocar.co.uk/car-news/shanghai-auto-show/maserati-ghibli-shanghai-motor-show-2013]new gun[/url] against Mercedes Benz E-class and BMW 5-series. Look at the pictures, it's a typical Italian design. No sharp edges, fluently flowing design which is highly aerodynamically effective, coupled with the strong engines under the hood and with the latest technologic innovations, it seems the car to beat. I am afraid MB and BMW will not have a quiet sleep. Serves them right!!! :p
Was hoping to get a relatively quick response to browser preferences. I am currently using IE 9 but am not very satisfied with it. I have used Firefox and Chrome in the past, but don't want to go to the trouble of downloading and installing and setting up all the stuff if the newest versions aren't up to snuff. Do the great majority of peeps prefer one over the other? I am running Vista fully up-to-date on 3 units, XP SP-3 updated through the cut-off. I'll hang out for a bit and see what comes up here. I appreciate some "studied" responses. Please, I need considered opinions and facts, not random input from less experienced users, though I appreciate those thoughts too! Please understand that expediency is my aim not offending members. Ch 4 t