Chrome is being used and the extension for Webroot is on. The only indicator I have is when I click a site to open them the W in the corner turns to a check mark. When clicking on it then it says the site is safe. Do you know if this is a new change?
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For some reason this occasionally happens...nit sure why but personally I leave it and usually shortly thereafter all is back to normal. But if this is worrying you then you could try an uninstall/clean reinstall (can provide instructions if required) as another way of trying to resolve the problem.
In terms of no check marks this is not in a diminution of Webroot's protection; if you happen to go onto a malicious site as a result of not being warned then Webroot's shields will pick up on and dispose of any malware that the site tries to drop on your system/protect your identity, etc., as per normal.
The "W in the corner" turns to a check mark feature is not brand spanking new but newish and just indicates the reputation of the website that you are on so if you do end up on a malicious site or a site with a low reputation you will see either the orange '-' (suspect) or red 'X' (malicious) in place of the green "W in the corner".
But I suspect that before you get to that you will be present with a Webroot warning page that offers the chance to avoid going to the site clicked on, etc.
So, bottom line is that you are still well protected.
Hope that helps?