I have Webroot SecureAnywhere and this morning when I got online I noticed that I had a Webroot app had been added right next to my address bar along with my other 2 apps; Gmail and AdBlocker. Now I haven't gone to the app store and added this to chrome it just did it itself. When I go to my extensions, it shows Webroot Password Manager. When I click on the app itself it asks me for email and password. I haven't done it yet because I wanted to know if this is some new feature of Webroot or is something trying to get my account info.
Best answer by RetiredTripleHelix 15 November 2012, 18:23
Please read https:///t5/Ideas-Exchange/Make-the-SecureAnywhere-Toolbar-compatible-with-Google-Chrome/idi-p/444and it should answer all your questions and read This to help you know how to use it..
Yes, that toolbar is a new feature for the password management portion of Webroot SecureAnywhere Internet Security Plus and Webroot SecureAnywhere Complete. The toolbar previously only worked in Firefox and Internet Explorer. We are happy to report that it now works in Chrome as well.
This new feature was just implemented yesterday.
This is what it looks like when you click the W:
edit: TripleHelix beat me to it 😛
Do you think you could private message me your keycode so I can look into this for you further?
There are limitations on Android in terms of how we can interact with a third party app. Google would basically have to put in custom code on their end into the Chrome browser to be able for us to hook into that app. So it's not likely such an implementation will occur.
Although the IE version still won't recognize my addy.
Apparently I had to do a manual update (Thru Google Play ) on my Android 2.3 plus something... To stop getting that darned error message.. Out of space Memory Error..
Webroot comes thru for the 1000th + time ... Won't Use Anything Less, and Everything Else Is Less...
And it would look like this if it's not set up yet:
If it's not set up yet, please click Set Up Account Now to set it up.