Prevx is now Webroot!
Webroot acquired Prevx in late 2010 and has incorporated Prevx technology at the core of its Webroot SecureAnywhere antimalware platform.
The technology integration is complete and Webroot is pleased to begin the migration of Prevx customers to Webroot SecureAnywhere.
Current Prevx license holders will receive an automatic update to Webroot SecureAnywhere Antivirus on any system with the Prevx version installed. Webroot SecureAnywhere Antivirus offers award-winning and comprehensive antimalware protection, as well as firewall and identity protection features. The time left on any active Prevx subscription will remain in full force and the new SecureAnywhere program can be renewed when the current term expires.
Current Prevx single user trial versions will be updated to fully functional SecureAnywhere 30 day trials. Prevx trial customers are welcome to purchase the full version of SecureAnywhere at any time. If the trial version expires and you do not wish to purchase you may uninstall the trial.
New Webroot SecureAnywhere trials are available here.
If you have any questions or need any assistance, please feel free to reply on this thread, or click here to open a ticket and a member of our support staff will be glad to help you.
Best answer by RetiredTripleHelix
Yes you should and WSA should of uninstalled it during upgrade but on occasions it doesn't!
I noticed that Prevx still loads along with Webroot when I boot up. Is that redundant? Should I just uninstall Prevx?