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?
Best answer by TripleHelixView original
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
support ticket didnt help
What did you expect? At least WSA is doing it’s job!