Guided removal assistance via phone or ticketNovice to intermediate usersFree of charge
Manual Removal via SecureAnywhere clientAdvanced usersFree of charge
Guided removal service via phone or ticket (free of charge)
For no charge, a Webroot technician will work with you to locate and remove potential infections on your computer. This can occur via phone or ticket. For more information about each one, see below:
Phone:During business hours, our agents are standing by to assist you. Agents can work with you to diagnose the issue and discuss your malware removal options, as well as provide guidance (English language only).
To speak to one of our customer service agents, call one of the numbers listed below. (All hours are in Mountain Standard Time.)
Type of SupportAvailabilityHow to contact
Purchases and renewalsM-F 7am-8pm
Sat-Sun 7am-6pmCall 1-866-612-4268
Technical SupportMon-Fri 7am-6pmCall 1-866-612-4227
For international contact information, click here. When the Contact Us page opens, click the tab for the country that works best for you.
Ticket:Our agents can assist you with malware removal via ticket at any time, 24/7, in 63 different languages. The Webroot ticket submission and analysis process has been streamlined to provide you the quickest and most convenient support possible. Steps involved in this process may require multiple communications between you and a Malware Analyst, but we strive to provide answers and instructions in the most expedient manner possible.
If you would like to begin this process, click here. If prompted, log in to your account. In the Send another message section, include as much information as possible about the symptoms that cause you to believe you have an infection. In the drop-down menu labeled Please help by categorizing your issue as Threat - Virus/Spyware Infection.
When you have completed the form, click Send to Webroot Support.
Manual mitigation via SecureAnywhere client (free of charge)
In some cases, your system may be infected with a new iteration of a rogue infection that we have not yet classified. Webroot SecureAnywhere may be monitoring the malicious executables, but may not yet have been updated to recognize them as threats. If your system is infected with a rogue application, you may be able to neutralize it using the SecureAnywhere client. To do so, please follow the instructions below.
Note: We recommend these steps for very advanced users only. Infection cases can be very complex, and, because of their nature, Webroot cannot take responsibility for the results of removal attempted by customers. To review Webroot’s End User License Agreement, click here.
- Open Webroot SecureAnywhere.
- Click System Tools, then open the System Control tab.
- Under Control Active Processes, click Start.
- Look for suspicious executables, which have been set to Monitor. Such files often run from these locations on your computer: %Programdata%, %appdata% or %temp% locations. Examples include: [list]
- C:Documents and SettingsAll UsersApplication dataxjspw2rxjspw2r.exe
- C:Documents and Settings%username%Local SettingsApplicationDatadim.exe
Run a new scan with SecureAnywhere. If these steps resolve the issue, please let us know! We can then analyze logs from your system and add the threat to our database of malware determinations. This will help us prevent you and other customers from falling victim to this particular piece of malware in the future. You can submit such information here.
If the issue persists, contact Webroot by clicking here. If prompted, log in to your account. In the Send another message section, include the names of any file(s) you believe are infected, as well as any behavioral symptoms of the infection. In the drop-down menu labeled Please help by categorizing your issue, select Threat – Virus/Spyware Infection. When you have completed the form, click Send to Webroot Support.
*Webroot support will make every effort to assist you in locating and removing a potential malware infection from your computer. Please keep in mind that Webroot cannot guarantee a 100% removal success rate for product or technical support efforts. For more information, you may review our End User License Agreement (EULA) here.