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Was wondering what the expected delay time should be between the time a threat is detected and an email is sent out. From my testing it seems to be kind of random and so far I am seeing it take about 20 minutes on average. We are coming from Symantec Endpoint Cloud and we receive the emails seconds after the threat is detected. What is great about that is we can react and call the end user immediately to see what they opened or what website they were on if we feel is necessary. So how long should an email notification take before we receive after threat detected? From what I read here some threats do not generate a threat on console or alert emails. Why is this and can we change that?
Hi, On a Google results page, when scrolling the page halts for (a few) seconds - disabling the Webroot Filtering Extension fixes that. Anybody else seeing this? Win 10 Pro - 64 Firefox 50.0.1 - 64 google.co.uk Cheers, Edwin
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Hal Lonas, Webroot CTO, has joined a select group of Cyber-security experts from around the world, to co-write the book titled, [i][url=https://www.amazon.com/Easy-Prey-Worlds-Leading-Experts/dp/0996688781/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&qid=1472164889&sr=8-1&keywords=easy+prey&linkCode=sl1&tag=dicksnantonag-20&linkId=6c1aadb65e6b7fdf291b68e96e476a67]Easy Prey: How to Protect Your Business from Data Breach, Cybercrime, & Employee Fraud[/url][/i]. The book was published by TechnologyPress and reached best-seller status in three Amazon.com categories[b]. [/b]Hal contributed a chapter titled “Beating Bad Guys At Their Own Game – Using Automation For Prevention." [url=https://www.prbuzz.com/books-publishing-literature/391414-hal-lonas-hits-amazon-best-seller-list-with-easy-prey.html]See the full story here![/url]
We occasionally host [url=http://community.spiceworks.com/spicecorps]SpiceCorps meetings[/url] at our Webroot office in Broomfield. We had Jamie from [url=http://i-t-w.com/]IT Works[/url] come and bring some printers with him to demo. He gave a great demo and brought a bunch of really cool printed examples as well as firing up his Lulzbot printer and printing us out a mini-SpiceRex. He also let us know that many libraries now have free 3D printers to use for patrons, so it's a good way to get started if you want to tinker. I had no idea that [url=https://www.lulzbot.com/]Lulzbot[/url] was a Colorado company, about an hour north of Webroot. They apparently do factory tours every Friday, where you can see them use their own 3D printers to make the parts for the new ones. Here are some of the photos I took: [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/webroot-en/attachment/22557i1C6E355401E6B9A7.jpg[/img] [img]https://d1q
Interesting discussion here on reddit: [url=https://www.reddit.com/r/meraki/comments/41laj8/did_the_z1s_just_get_a_bandwidth_lock_pushed_down/]https://www.reddit.com/r/meraki/comments/41laj8/did_the_z1s_just_get_a_bandwidth_lock_pushed_down/[/url] Apparently they were only ever rated for 50Mbps, but now they're enforcing that as an upper limit rather than allowing it to have higher throughput. Which sucks for anyone who already was using one in a situation that was working with a higher throughput.
The Guardian wrote an interesting article about what it is like as an SMB to get your website hacked. Has this every happened to you? [url=http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2014/aug/22/small-business-website-hacked-cyber-security]http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2014/aug/22/small-business-website-hacked-cyber-security[/url]
I use BackBlaze at home and they do a great job. Not only do they have great online backup service, they also sponsor [url=http://www.worldbackupday.com/]World Backup Da[/url]y. Walter Mossberg just did a [url=http://recode.net/2014/03/11/triple-coverage-back-up-your-computer-in-three-ways/]nice review[/url] of them. They do both consumer and business backups. They also do some really [url=http://blog.backblaze.com/2014/01/21/what-hard-drive-should-i-buy/]nice blog posts[/url] about reliability of hard drives and how they run their business. Their backup saved my bacon as the HD on my old iMac died. I had an external drive I backed up to with Time Machine, but it turned out that drive had errors as well. The online backup ended up doing the trick. Glad I was using belt and suspenders :)
I love that they're releasing all this cool data&colon; [url=http://techreport.com/news/26445/hdd-study-finds-little-correlation-between-temperatures-and-failure-rates]http://techreport.com/news/26445/hdd-study-finds-little-correlation-between-temperatures-and-failure-rates[/url] I use them for my home backups and find them to be excellent.
I'm looking for a way to get email notification whenever endpoint block an application or process and add them to deny list? I'm new to webroot and having difficulty finding out which process or application has been blocked. We have over 3000 endpoint deployments. Appreciate any help. Regards.
Backblaze is showing off the new version of their storage pod: [url=http://blog.backblaze.com/2014/03/19/backblaze-storage-pod-4/]http://blog.backblaze.com/2014/03/19/backblaze-storage-pod-4/[/url] It's nice to see the technology behind the scenes - they do a great job of sharing info on drive reliability and storage costs.
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