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What does whitelisting do?


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I have roblox exploits. Every roblox exploit is falsely marked as a virus because of the reverse engineering and game manipulation ability. I want to be able to use these exploits but webroot keeps deleting them. They auto-update if there is an update. This is why the allow/block files  and quarantine is NOT a valid solution for my problem. I thought if I whitelisted the folder webroot would leave that folder alone, but everytime the bootstrapper updates webroot deletes my files. Isn’t there a way to  mark a folder safe so I don’t have to open webroot everytime I use exploits?

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Best answer by TripleHelix 8 May 2020, 01:14

Hello @imfrustrated 

 

Webroot doesn’t have any whitelisting per say within the Consumer Client and the things you are doing will still keep getting detected. Maybe Submit a Support Ticket and maybe they can do something for you but can’t say for sure? But on the Business side there is via the Online Console see here: https://community.webroot.com/webroot-business-endpoint-protection-20/whitelisting-files-and-folders-337814

 

HTH,

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Hello @imfrustrated 

 

Webroot doesn’t have any whitelisting per say within the Consumer Client and the things you are doing will still keep getting detected. Maybe Submit a Support Ticket and maybe they can do something for you but can’t say for sure? But on the Business side there is via the Online Console see here: https://community.webroot.com/webroot-business-endpoint-protection-20/whitelisting-files-and-folders-337814

 

HTH,

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support ticket didnt help

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What did you expect? At least WSA is doing it’s job!

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