Webroot SecureAnywhere Internet Security Complete review: Protection needs improvement
4 weeks ago by Sarah Jacobsson Purewal, PCWorld
Webroot's suite has a nice interface, but the program needs to get better at detecting zero-day attacks and distinguishing between threats and nonthreats.
Best answer by RetiredTripleHelixView original
Why Traditional AV Solutions Are Failing -- Webroot Webinar
Ditto: Have a greater weekend!
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As you have discovered there are a lot of reviewers who, I would respectfully submit, have not understood the key approach that WSA uses; very much simplified....that is that a non active piece of malware is not a threat, and WSA kicks in as and when it detects the activity or monitors when it cannot determine that an unknown file/exe is not malware. Of course, most reviews and comparative tests do not look at this/test for this at present...but things are changing as the message is getting through.
If you have not already seen WSA scores 100% in MRG Efitas tests.... then you may find it interesting reading, and you may also be interested in this What Happens if Webroot "Misses" a Virus? KB article.
Finally, if you have the time, I would recommend taking the time to watch the following 3 Great Video's with Webroot CEO, Dick Williams and Michael Malloy, Executive VP of Product and Strategy of Webroot Inc., which explain very well WSA's unique approach:
Hope that you find this useful? :D