Second one i want you sugest me a fw not windows 8 embebed or comodo fw
Third one i have a life time licence of win patrol can i use it whith sugested fw and webroot?
Are a way to configure webroot to agresive mode?
Best answer by Baldrick
I will try to explain simply; WSA works on the principle that a piece of malware is just a piece of code if it is not active, i.e., no different to any other piece of code. But once that piece of code is activated/tries to run and it is identified as bad, i.e, a virus, a Trojan, to name but a few types, then WSA springs into action to either block the action of the bad piece of code or disinfect the system if the bad code has caused issues.
In fact it goes one better in that if you download and run something that it does not recognise/cannot classify as either good or bad; so it is uncertain at that point it automatically starts to 'monitor' any actions that the unclassified codes is doing and records what it does (called journaling). Then later if the piece of code being monitored is identified as bad WSA will roll back/reverse the actions of that piece of code based on what it has monitored/recorded it doing...cool, isn't it?:D
So it will do just as well as other mainline security application...and better in my humble opinion...just in a different way (again better in my humble opinion) and you do not have to download large signature files as all the analysis is done in the cloud.
Well, I hope that explains things a little better/easily for you? If you have any follow up questions then please post them here and we will do our best to explain/answer.:D