One more question folks. A few months back (before switching to Webroot SecureAnywhere Complete) I went to what I thought was a reputable download site (cnet download). I'd used it in the past and had no problems but upon download, I found I had been hit with a browser hijacker. Sure enough in the EULA was the agreement to add accept some browser options in whatever terms were used. I know, should have read the EULA completely. Believe me I do now! Problem is it's hard to have confidence that this won't happen again with or without EULA from "reputable" download sites. Does WR provide any protection against Browser Hijackers? It takes over your computer like a virus and in most cases is quite difficult to remove, like a virus.
Thanks much for any information.
Best answer by shorTcircuiT
There is a Web Threat Shield that protects against known bad URL's. Unfortunately, something like that PUA coming from CNET will not likely be flagged as bad and blocked.