Webroot® SecureAnywhere™ - Antivirus
Webroot® SecureAnywhere™ - Antivirus
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Not sure if thei is the proper place to post this. I have a program that installed its self on my computer. In Uninstall software in control panel it is listed as LK Maintenance and the website listed for this program is Content xplorer.net. The program hijacks my browser. When I try to book a flight on Delta it opens another travel site. When I clicked on the support link in Webroot it sent me here [url=http://www.globaltechexpert.com/7116900/lim/webroot-support.html ]http://www.globaltechexpert.com/7116900/lim/webroot-support.html [/url] When I uninstall the program it will try to reinstall literally every minute until I reinstall it. Malwarebytes did not find a problem when I did a security scan. I checked Google and there is almost nothing about this out there. I am going to reload windows to get rid of it but I wanted to see what Webroot had to say.
Hi, In Chr.ome I turned on Extensions for Webroot. Web category information for Google, Bing and Yahoo. When I open detail: Permission to read and change all your data on the websites you visit. Manage your downloads. Should I keep this extension or remove? Kind of scares me when it says can read and change things. Thanks
Certain apps crash randomly at the address within the web root injection DLL (WRDll.x86.dll). I was able to capture the following crash dump from one of the apps. Hard to reproduce, unclear why it happens. Maybe your dev team can look into this. WRDll.x86.dll version 220.127.116.11.User Mode DumpMicrosoft (R) Windows Debugger Version 10.0.20153.1000 X86Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.Loading Dump File [C:\Users\fmike\Downloads\action1_agent.exe.3548.dmp.gz.dmp]User Mini Dump File with Full Memory: Only application data is available************* Path validation summary **************Response Time (ms) LocationDeferred srv*OK C:\Users\fmike\debug_symbolsOK C:\PDB\18.104.22.168Symbol search path is: srv*;C:\Users\fmike\debug_symbols;C:\PDB\22.214.171.124Executable search path is: Windows 10 Version 18362 MP (8 procs) Free x8
Hello, I've been trying for hours to uninstall an expired trial of SecureAnywhere that keeps annoyingly prompting me to register. Every time I drag to the Trash or try a tool like AppZapper, it says I can't uninstall because SecureAnywhere is running. So then I go to Activity Monitor to kill the process. That seems to work for a moment, but then SecureAnywhere is running again. Please help. Thanks, Jack
I recently uninstalled Webroot SecureAnywhere on my Windows 10 pc. It does not show up in uninstall program list anymore. The Webroot folder in Program Files is empty. Everytime I try to click on my NVIDIA GeForce Experience program, it brings up a Webroot window asking me for a key to install Webroot. Did Webroot uninstall incorrectly or is this an NVIDIA problem? If Webroot, can someone tell me how to fix it? Thank you in advance.
I tried to submit this via a support ticket but it doesn't allow me to enter my password. I uploaded one of the files, spriter.exe, to virustotal.com and it is only hitting on webroot so I'm thinking false positives. Here is scan info from my log: Mon 2017-04-24 16:03:51.0632 Performing cleanup entry: 8 Mon 2017-04-24 16:03:51.0927 End passive write scan (6 file(s)) Mon 2017-04-24 16:03:54.0036 Scan Started: [ID: 406 - Flags: 1575/128] Mon 2017-04-24 16:04:35.0520 Infection detected: c:program filescanonprint studio procnpspapp.exe [MD5: CD90CC76609BEDB3C96D02A222840308] [3/00091411] [W32.Trojan.Gen] Mon 2017-04-24 16:04:35.0520 Infection detected: e:steamlibrarysteamappscommoncommand modern air naval operationscommand.exe [MD5: 899C8F65A68D4338D6A0DA097A3EDDB1] [3/10081001] [W32.Trojan.Gen] Mon 2017-04-24 16:04:40.0929 Infection detected: c:usersandroappdata oaminggamemaker-studioyycwindowsuapexex86winuaprunner.exe [MD5: 20FBBF64F5E1DF867E0005AF031D6B19] [3/0008001
Windows 10. Webroot won't launch. Can't uninstall to reinstall via Control Panel, Settings, or Administrative command line -uninstall switch. Get persistent "you must be logged on as administrator" message. Am logged on as administrator. Same problems in safe mode. Suggestions, please? ThanksSent that to customer service 2 days ago, not a peep. You guys know if there’s anybody awake over there? Thanks.
Ok so i bought the subscription for three devices. Now i cant seem to figure out how to put it on my ipad or iphone i downloaded the app it ask me to log in, but then once i do no matter what i try to do it go right back tolog in. What i am i doing wrong??
This article has been reviewed and updated on February 28th, 2020 by APruneau. Question How many computers can I protect? How do I protect additional computers? Answer Webroot security software is available with several types of licenses that allow you to install it on up to five computers. If your license is for only one computer, then you cannot install it on additional computers. Click here to view and upgrade our different license options. If you purchased the Webroot security software online: you should have received an email from Webroot with download instructions. This email indicates if you purchased a 1-User Pack (license for one computer), a 3-User Pack (license for three computers), or a 5-User Pack (license for five computers). If you purchased the Webroot security software from a store, the product packaging shows the number of licenses on bottom, front of the box. The box shows either "5 User," "3 User," or "1 User." If you are currently using Webroot SecureAnywhere
installed Webroot on window surface pro with windows 10. after download and a lot of mucking around finally got a scan to happen. i want to go into webroot and configure setting for scans however i keep getting message to contact system administrator for access to user interface. so far not a good start or impression with Webroot. follow all the instructions, only to come up against hurdles and the need to post for help when it should be a simple out of the box install. will be interesting when licence renewal is due for my 4 devices, i will have to rethink decision to go with this application.
My dad has Webroot on his PC, but he decided he no longer wanted it. He uninstalled it, but continued to get popups about the software.He has also tried:Removing the software from his registry files based on instructions from a forum post Removing other traces of the software manually from his computer Getting help from Geeksquad who tried helping for 3+ hours to no avail This morning, not only is Webroot not yet gone, it ran a scan on his computer.Could someone point me to a thorough uninstallation guide to remove every trace of the program? Or is there an easier way to do it in one shot?