Webroot Mobile Security for Android
Support for our Android mobile apps.
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[b]600 million Samsung Galaxy phones exposed to hackers[/b] Every Samsung Galaxy device -- from the S3 to the latest S6 -- has a significant flaw that lets in hackers, researchers have discovered. The vulnerability lives in the phones' keyboard software, which can't be deleted. The flaw potentially allows hackers to spy on anyone using a Samsung Galaxy phone. You can be exposed by using public or insecure Wi-Fi. But some researchers think users are exposed even on cell phone networks. [url=http://money.cnn.com/2015/06/17/technology/samsung-galaxy-hack/index.html]Read more >>[/url]
When i try and update my Australian mobile phone number to include the correct country code - currently incorrect - it comes back as invalid. I'm putting in counctry code - leaving of the preceding 0 for the area code (04) and putting in the remaining 8 digits. Can anyone please help?
I have just renewed my webroot security system on my laptop, can I do the same on my Android and my two tablets as well for the same price or do I have to purchase it for all my equipment? Thank You, Sheila D.
Huawei Mate 2 running Lollipop Android. My Webroot Internet Security Complete stops when restarting or clearing active apps. Was fine for a month after install but this week stopped providing the resident indicator green shield on the notification bar even though the prompt for showing residence is checked in Webroot general settings. i have to manually start the app each time active programs are cleared from memory or on restart to have protection....
secure anywhere states my mobile phone requires attention,however there are no notifications on webr
Secure anywhere state my mobile device requires attention. The device states there are no threats and and all shields are active. There are no notifications on the mobile device.What needs attention and how do I eliminate this alert?
Hello, I have the webroot secure anywhere app & I've upgraded it using one of my licenses that I had purchased, after restarting my phone I was logged out of webroot & when I logged back in, only the free version was active, if I retype my product key to activate my secure anywhere plus, will it use up another licence?
[b]Question:[/b] Why am I still receiving blocked texts on my Android Device? [b]Answer:[/b] This is an issue that occurs because of limitations applied to the Android OS after the 4.4 update. For security reasons, third party applications are no longer able to offer this functionality without creating a default messenger application specifically for their product. [b]Question:[/b] Why does it show that it is being blocked? [b]Answer:[/b] Because technically, we are catching it and attempting to block the sms. We are simply not able to given the limitations provided. [b]Question:[/b] Will malicious links still be blocked? [b]Answer:[/b] Of course! You will still receive a notification in regards to a text containing a malicious link. This happens regardless of whether or not the number is in your block list. You can locate more information about this issue [url=https://code
i bought a secure anywhere complete for 3 pcs and its for android phone as well so i installed it for my laptop and know i want to do it for my android phone an icant it keeps saying and error messege credentials are not associated with this secure anywhere complete
I saw an interview on Fox news about haw practically all flashlight programs contain malware. They also said you needed to do a factory reset to clear out the RATs. (Remote access trojans) The following is a link to the report. [url=http://www.snoopwall.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Flashlight-Spyware-Report-2014.pdf]http://www.snoopwall.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Flashlight-Spyware-Report-2014.pdf[/url] Any thoughts, experiences? Does Webroot protect against this?
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