Webroot® Legacy Products (2011 and Prior)
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I am not the sharpest knife in the drawer. Too, neither do I know anything about Webroot nor do I know if I am posting this in the correct forum. Hopefully, someone will run across this post and be able to help/answer. Several months ago I was having issues with my internet connection and took my Win7 PC to Best Buy's Geek Squad. (Turns out all it was was a bad ethernet card.) While at Best Buy one of the Geeks installed a folder on my desktop called "Webroot System Analyzer." (My assumption is that they were suppose to delete the folder before I left the store -- but they didn't.) Anyway.... I have run "systemanalyzer.exe" (version 22.214.171.124) a number of times over the course of the past number of months. The "analyzer" continues to show that I have a eight virus files on my PC. These results posted below. Viruses:8 [list] [*]Mal/20113544-A [*]Mal/FakeAvCn-C [*]Mal/Jafuzzo-A [*]Mal/JavaKC-P [*]Mal/JavaObBa-A [*]Mal/JavaObSnd-A [*]Troj/JavaB
Webroot Community, First of all...hello there to you all..i'm new here and just registered.Second,I need help with something and i'm unable to contact or get in touch with anyone from sales support or the billing dept.I wanted to update my old address that webroot has currently on file for me with my new location address.I need to get in touch with customer service and would prefer not to make any long-distance phone calls.I tried to create a webroot account online in order to try to reach help but even that was a hassle!!!!!need help on how to resolve this and to update my old address with my new current one.Webroot website really sucks!!!!!!!:@:@:@ my name is jessica fernandez. do i just delete my current webroot account and create a new one??what should i do??I need to resolve this before june 17...i think that is when my current license expires.
hi guys, Has anyone ever come across webroot client issues where by webroot clients loaded onto individual pc's on the network drop off and have a connection error pop-up message? Where i work (some back ground info) we have scheduled WOL scripts that run through Visual Cron that control sweeps when the PC's wake up and Webroot is scheduled to run its sweeps. We have in the past always had this issue. i have tested and confirmed that all PC's actually run when running WOL tests however we still face connection error issues. Is there a default time as to why/when and how do the Webroot clients loaded onto PC's on the network suddenly drop off.
Yesterday I renewed my Webroot Spy Sweeper, etc., under the special 15-month offer. It immediately scanned and found 3 infections to be removed! One of these was a Messenger infection that was sending out e-mails using one of my own addresses! It was brand new the yesterday was the first day that the virus was functioning. I believe that the UPDATE is what caught the new virus. I am a very happy boy today. Windows Defender and Norton 360 are also on my computer but the Webroot Spy Sweeper is what I really depend upon.
I noticed in the forums that there are three version of Webroot Secure Anywhere: [list] [*]Essentals [*]Antivirus [*]Complete[/list]But when I go into the program, I can't tell which version I am running. Is there any particular place in the program where I can find this information out?
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