We have a small network (<15) workstations. We want to install some internet monotoring and blocking
software. Webroot is compromising the workstation installation. The Software log indicates that a the client software has been compromised. One of the prodicts that we are evaluating is Pearl Echo Suite. I have seen this work in other companies and want to install it. Their experts say that Webroot must be blocking or modifying the LSP that their software uses. Is there any way to configure Webroot to allow LSP'S.
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Speaking from experience fighting malware that messes with the LSP chain, it's a real nightmare. I would definitely try to get Webroot to fix it on their end first so you don't forgo this important protection.
This is the best way to go about this particular issue so that our engineers can 'whitelist' the program or build in functionality with Webroot to work seamlessly with Pearl Echo Suite.
The Pearl echo suite works fine without webroot, but will not work with it.