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Webroot Complete and Microsoft Security Essentials question

  • 3 December 2012
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I ran MSE with Webroot since last year, in fact was advised by pop-up that there is no conflict about firewalls, just another layer added.  But I find that MSE has nailed a couple serious trojans, possibly missed by Webroot.  Should I be worried that Webroot isn't doing its job? 
 
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Best answer by MikeR 3 December 2012, 16:44

Thanks for the explanation superssjdan and welcome to the Webroot forums bookburn. :D

 

This is a very informative video of how SecureAnywhere's technology works that will most likely answer any remaining questions.

 

If SecureAnywhere "Misses" a Virus
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Webroot  stays out of the way in a layered approach and would allow MSE to do it's job.Webroot would only step in if something made it past MSE.
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Thanks for the explanation superssjdan and welcome to the Webroot forums bookburn. :D
 
This is a very informative video of how SecureAnywhere's technology works that will most likely answer any remaining questions.
 
If SecureAnywhere "Misses" a Virus

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