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I have WFilter installed to control network activity but Webroot sees it as malware and quarantined it. I marked it as good and had webroot bring the files back but I had to reinstall to get it to work again. As far as I know, this is not malware. [url=http://www.imfirewall.us/WFilter.htm]http://www.imfirewall.us/WFilter.htm[/url] Les
I know currently there is no way to delete sites but when speaking to a customer, they informed me that when speaking to Webroot, they were able to do so without creating a new console. We have a lot of deactivated sites such as test sites for demo purposes. Is there a way these can be deleted? I can provide all details accordingly, including who we are as we are known to webroot individually.
Hi there, We are running a Default Policy named as "XYZ Default" nationally. Since our branches are expanding. We would like to setup Email Alerts to different support staff who are managing IT at different branches based on Firewall IP. For example: The branch in Ottawa is been taken care by a support team "IT Department". So we need to send E-mail Alerts when a Threat is Detected to firstname.lastname@example.org,email@example.com .I was trying to set an alert if a Firewall IP matches from the Ottawa Location, the support staff in Ottawa only should be receiving e-mail alerts, but i don't see an option to create policy based on IP Address. It would be great if you can assist us in setting up Policies based on Firewall Ip and alerts being directed to the appropriate Locations. To summarize the above thing: 1. Creation of Policy based on Firewall Ip 2. Each Firewall Ip is destined to a different Location How to send a test alert to see if the email notification are successfully delivered
Hi I wonder what is the actual difference between these two. I don't have an in-depth knowledge about how they work so I'm not sure if my thinking is correct. I understand that remediation is removing malicious code from a file. Rollback on the other hand doesn't remove the code but instead restores the whole file to its previous state. In some context both of them may seem to be doing pretty much the same thing. What's the real difference between them? Which one is better?
My company recently moved from Trend to WebRoot. When working from home I used to be able to use Trend to scan my personal laptop via a local network shared folder. I tried this with WebRoot and it seems to work if I just want to scan one file, but if I choose to scan a folder it doesn’t scan the contents of any subfolders.
One of our computers had an issue on windows 7, but then the user upgraded to Windows 10. THe webroot transferred over to Windows 10 and is ok but I am still showing a problem on the windows 7. How do I fix this or do I need to?
I have an interesting issue, Our Point of Sale stations that utilize bar code scanners are returning skewed results that are running Webroot. The issue occurs in IE, Firefox and Chrome. I have disabled the plugin for webroot for all 3 browsers with the same result. Conversely POS stations running kaspersky do not have the same issue. The condition can reproduced readily on any POS station. Scanning to wordpad or note pad works fine so I know the hardware is ok. Our POS software is cloud based, but I am able to replicate the issue when scanning to google translate. I believe the issue is regarding mixed content. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
2 days ago I came back to my macbook air after lunch and it was asking me all sorts of password entry requests: close one the next one pops up. "accountsd wants to use the "login" keychain. Please enter the keychain password." "AddressBookSourcesSync wants to use the "login" keychain". "CalendarAgent wants to use the "login" keychain." "com.apple.iCloudHelper.xpc wants to use the "login" keychain" "Messages Agent wants to use the "login" keychain." "Safari wants to use the "login" keychain." I was able to install Webroot using a flash drive and it detected over 50 threats but could not kill the virus. the popups are still there and it overruns the CPU by replicating itself renderingthe computer slow. I was able to remove and block many of teh files (familiar reference names are: spigot, com.apple.XXXX) Does anyone know what this is and how I can kill it?? It's locked me out of cloud functionality and the ability to isolate the threat manually. i'm no IT pro and can use any
Overall, I do like the new console, but I can’t find the column chooser so I can view useful data like last logged on user, IP address, agent version, etc. The ability to export to csv also appears to be missing which was useful in sending teams CSVs of agents not seen recently. I can still get to some of that functionality by going to site → Endpoint Protection and going to the old console, but that is temporary and very clunky. Is the functionality described going to be moved into the new console? Is there a tentative timeline?
We are very excited to share our growth over the previous quarter and fiscal year! Check out the [url=https://www.webroot.com/us/en/company/press-room/releases/webroot-announces-record-fiscal-year-2016]press release here[/url], and thank you all for being a big part of our success! Cheers! :D
Hello, I’m a new user of Webroot SecureAnywhere, managing about 80 endpoints. I would like to configure the application so that if a virus is found it automatically emails an administrator, rather than having to watch the console all day. Is this possible? I tried searching the forums and all I could find was a thread from two years ago that “we’re looking into implementing this feature”. Is this possible now?
Microsoft officially changed the name of their enterprise-based SkyDrive Pro [url=http://www.neowin.net/news/onedrive-for-business-apps-released-for-ios-and-windows-81]to OneDrive for Business[/url] a week ago and today the company confirmed that it will offer a way to access the data storage service without having to also get an Office 365 subscription. In a post [url=http://blog.onedrive.com/one-place-for-all-your-work-files-introducing-onedrive-for-business/]on the OneDrive blog[/url], Microsoft said that the stand alone service will be offered starting on April 1st. It will give each employee 25GB of free cloud storage space along with the option to buy additional storage. The blog states: [quote]"With the new offering, businesses of all sizes can get started with a full-featured and intuitive file sync and share service that includes Office Online, so employees can collaborate on Office documents in real time via a browser or using their Office desktop applications.
Yes stupid question as stated in the subject.But to make long story short I use to work for a company 3 months ago. They installed Webroot SecureAnywhere Endpoint Protection on my personal laptop because I use it for work. I don’t work for them anymore as I have moved country and can’t be bother contacting their IT to get it removed from their central console. Now I notice they left their Webroot on my laptop and cannot delete it or even open it. It tells me to contact system administrator bla bla bla… Well my laptop is very slow at times now so I am thinking of reformatting and doing a clean wipe of my PC. Will this successfully remove Webroot from my PC?Thanks
Businesses aren't immune to state-sponsored attacks - they can be caught up when secret services target individuals, experts have said. Security experts speaking at InfoSec Europe warned that businesses often think such attacks are only something national governments do to each other, but businesses could prove to be the "weak link in the chain" Security analyst Graham Cluley explained: “You might not think you are of interest to the government of China or Greece, but your customers may be. We have to recognise [that]." For example, Cluely pointed to GCHQ hacking Belgacom, Belgium’s largest telecoms provider. He said no-one "is afraid of Belgium", it was the organisation’s clients that were the ultimate target. However, while businesses are at risk from state-sponsored attacks, criminals remain the greatest risk, especially via low-key techniques such as phishing or insider leaks. Michael J Driscoll, assistant legal counsel, at the Embassy of the USA said cybercriminals c
Where did the Business Endpoint Protection forum go? Is this the beginning of the end? The product was absolutely filled with bugs and errors. It was obvious support wasn’t doing anything about the problem. Does anyone have any idea if OpenText was going to fix things or should we all start looking for something new (and a whole lot better)?
I’m running Webroot SecureAnywhere EndPoint Protection v220.127.116.11 I’ve been battling a strange issue where my whole OS becomes unresponsive. I get the “(Unresponsive)” message on all windows. Sometimes the screen goes black with only a mouse cursor movable. When it begins, the start menu stops working and I can’t start new applications. Task manager won’t open and CTRL+ALT+DEL doesn’t do anything. Any applications that were running before have a random chance to continue working or freeze. I can’t reboot. If I am able to issue the reboot command it never happens, likely because Windows can’t close all the hung windows. I thought it might be a hardware issue, maybe a failing HDD but I’ve ran numerous tests. All the tests tell me that nothing is wrong. I have been keeping Task Manager open all the time just to see what is going on. I’ve finally noticed a pattern. Webroot kicks up to 10% CPU usage when the event begins. After that, Webroot remains steady
Anyone else's Labtech plugin been broken since the 3.0 update? When we updated the plugin from 2.5 to 3.0, the plugin dashboard showed most agents as "non-GSM" and lacked information for them. After 3 months working with support on the issue, we're still nowhere, and can't reliably monitor our ~5,000 agents.
Hey guys, I moved my company onto Webroot Endpoint Protection a few months ago and since installing it across the board, I get a ton of complaints about websites not loading properly. They'll come up with the HTML screwed up and the user has to refresh the page one or two times for it to load properly. It's sporadic--but some users have it happen a lot more than others. It's sites that use SSL and sites that don't. I have not been able to narrow down the cause. When I remove WSA, it goes away, so it's clearly something in the settings. I've been beating my head against the wall for too long... Does anyone know what option is causing this? Screenshots: Page with issues: [url=https://www.dropbox.com/s/nzdu1pejq4xils2/Webroot.png]https://www.dropbox.com/s/nzdu1pejq4xils2/Webroot.png[/url] After reloading the page: [url=https://www.dropbox.com/s/zc508asgislsnky/Webroot_After.Refresh.png]https://www.dropbox.com/s/zc508asgislsnky/Webroot_After
They have some nice online courses to help you out: [url=http://www.microsoftvirtualacademy.com/training-courses/getting-started-with-powershell-3-0-jump-start]http://www.microsoftvirtualacademy.com/training-courses/getting-started-with-powershell-3-0-jump-start[/url]
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