Webroot Mobile for iOS
Support for our iPhone and iPad apps
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my mobile key shows a red x, will not accept my Login. Login OK on my PC.
[spoiler] [/spoiler] Have an I-pad, downloaded the mobile app, and created an account. My PC shows secure, but it does not show that my I-pad is. I select the red key on top try to Log in, but it wont accept it. The Geek Squard at Best buy can not help me.
Just downloaded the webroot app #problems
I had recently downloaded the Webroot internet app for my Iphone. It works fine, I was just wondering why my web interface (when I log into my Webroot acct on my pc) it says that my pc is proteced but not my phone. My phone is not even listed as being proteced. It says 0 devices protected. Any advice? Also, the backup/ sync will not let me log in.
Webroot for iPhone and iPad
I have Webroot on my PC, but did not get it for our iPhones and iPad because Apple said it wasn't necessary. With all the hacks going on these days, I am wanting to add it to our mobile devices. Does it delay you being able to make a call, etc. on your mobile device like it delays logging into the computer?
Webroot Mobile Protect
Is there anyway that you can stoip the force closing of the Mobile Protect application on the Iphone? As soon as it's closed you loose all communication with the device and it's usless. If a phone goes missing and this application is closed I have no control. Feedback please. :-)
Phone's not checking in?
So a few weeks ago we decided to test the mobile protection on all of our companies iphone's. When I check the mobile protection, it shows that none of the phones have been checking in. Does anyone know a fix for this? None of us have installed the browser on the phones (we're all still using safari.) Any help would be appreciated.
How to install SecureWeb on iOS devicesKnowledge Base
[b]Question[/b] How do I install the iOS apps - SecureWeb and SecureSync? [b]Answer[/b] [list] [*]If you have not yet created a Webroot account, go to [url=https://my.webrootanywhere.com/]https://my.webrootanywhere.com[/url]. Click [b]Sign up now[/b] to begin creating the account. [*]Open the App Store on your device and search for “Webroot SecureWeb.” Tap to install the app.[list] [*]Alternately, you can download and install the SecureWeb app from iTunes at: [url=http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/webroot-secureweb-browser/id460986853?mt=8]http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/webroot-secureweb-browser/id460986853?mt=8[/url][/list][/list][list] [*]Enter your Apple ID password.[list] [*]The SecureWeb app opens and installs on your device. Once installed, you will see the SecureWeb icon on your Home panel. Tap this icon to open the app.[/list] [*]To access Password Management functions, tap the key icon in the SecureWeb toolbar. Enter your SecureAnywhere us
iPhone bug leaves emails vulnerable
[i]Apple says it encrypts email attachments you receive on your iPhone or iPad -- but it doesn't, according to a security researcher.[/i] [i]German security expert Andreas Kurtz has discovered that anyone in possession of your Apple device might be able to access files sent to you via email, even if your phone is locked with a passcode.[/i] [url=http://money.cnn.com/2014/05/06/technology/security/apple-email-bug/index.html]Full Article[/url] I had to laugh when I read this... Just last night over dinner, my step-mom was singing the praises of her iPhone (and iPad Air) . I'm sure she'll find the article to be a bit of a wake-up call.
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