Webroot® SecureAnywhere™ - Complete
Webroot® SecureAnywhere™ - Complete
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Hi there, I have been using Webroot for a while now, and mostly I find it a nice addition to my security suite, however one BIG problem I have comes from the Identity protection module. When ever I am playing online games that rely on keystroke input, if I tab to another window and tab back in, my game will process several key inputs that I did not play, the biggest offenders for this are World of Warcraft and Destiny 2, but I have seen the problem with other mmos and online games. Specifically it seems this issue is to do with the way identity protection encrypts keystrokes, turning off identity protection completely resolves the issue, however, since I am paying for software with one of its main selling points being identity protection I would appreciate a better solution. Yes I have made exceptions for the game exe files and such as the first line support will suggest, I have tested this with multiple games and with multiple combinations of software running in the backgroun
Hello Community, I went thru the registration and account creation process on the site; http://my.webrootanywhere.com; after successfully registering and creating my account I attempted to login to http://my.webrootanywhere.com (I also have 2FA enabled); as soon as I enter my email address, userid password and then my 2FA code the site flashes the following error: “You have been logged out. Again I am trying to login to http://my.webrootanywhere.com so I have no idea when I am trying to login into the site it logs me out. Any suggestions of how to resolve this error. I tried IE, Firefox and MS Edge on either laptoop, tablet, phone, Mac or Windows OS and still having the same issue. Regards.
When clicking the “See the Report”, “Managing Password”, “My Account”, and etc buttons. The functions do not launch. I was busy printing a report from Firefox (IPVM site) when a window change request poped up, which I assumed was adobe wanting to write the PDF to the folder. Immediatly after that I received a warning message from windows security app… Any assistnace will be appreciated.
Hi, i’m stuck in a frustrating loop. I need help resetting my 2FA, since i lost my device… choosing ‘lost device’ redirects me to a link requiring to answer three questions i cannot remember setting… and below that it says: need help? Contact support. But you can only get support AFTER login, which i cannot do, obviously. Reaching support by phone is not possible… so now what? Any ideas? In short: i’m stuck on step 6 of this post: https://community.webroot.com/general-security-information-102/how-to-access-your-console-when-your-smart-device-is-missing-and-2fa-is-enabled-340981 Kind regards, Jevos
I have created several blogs on Google Blogger (blogspot.com) I also own domain names purchased directly from Google through Blogger. Webroot filtering extension always indicated everything was fine via the green security arrow. Google Blogger makes it very easy to convert the domain from blogspot.com to your own domain and create a https url. I have done this but now Webroot filtering extension has changed to yellow and says: "This site may contain content that could affect your online security." Nothing has changed but the web address and domain. Why would it see my new domain as a problem when it remains encrypted as before? How do I get webroot filtering extension to reflect the green arrow and indicate that there are no security issues with my blogs, which remain hosted by Google Blogger?
Hello!I have a physical Windows 10 64-bit machine, that have Webroot SecureAnywhere already installed and running.Some days ago I installed Oracle VM VirtualBox, and installed Windows XP in it, so I can have some older applications running inside the virtual machine on Windows XP operating system.My question is: Do I have to install Webroot SecureAnywhere inside Windows XP in the virtual machine to have it protected from viruses?Thank you,michel392
We received a popup warning from our Webroot that it is infected. How is this possible? We’ve run deep scans, Windows Defender, and downloaded and run the Microsoft Malicious Software Removal Tool. Even though Webroot eventually showed 2 threats removed, the warning shows up again. Now what?
Hi, Our website https://buyacoronavirusmask.com is blocked by webroot and marked as a phishing site. This is a legitimate website and its sole purpose is to sell face masks. I have already submitted Url Classification Change Request -- Support Ticket Number: 542095 at BrightCloud Data Update. Could you please review this and let me know how to get this website removed from blacklist ?
System Analyzer Results Threats !An antispyware product is installed but not protection the system Per: SysAnalyzerLog-Mon_2019-12-30_07-09-31.log-Notepad System Security ---------------------------------------------------------------- Virus Protection Windows Defender (Disabled) Virus Protection Webroot SecureAnywhere (Enabled, Up to date) Spyware Protection Windows Defender (Disabled) <-----NOTE Spyware Protection Webroot SecureAnywhere (Disabled) <-----NOTE Windows Firewall Enabled and Active How can I enable Spyware Protection in one or both applications?
I had a quick search around for a solution to this, but the posts I found were 8 and 6 years old and like 9 pages long… So I’m hoping this problem has been fixed since then. The WRData directory is 65.1gb in size, with 3 files alone between 15-20gb each. (and all dated in the last week) Can someone tell me what these files are for? And can I just delete them?
I’m trying to create a LastPass account. My WebRoot console has a “Manage Passwords” button which takes me to a LastPass account setup page. But when I click on the “Get Started” link and enter my WebRoot credentials (as it requests), it won’t accept them. Instead, I get “Please review the information you entered and try again.” What’s up?
Hi guys, So this is something odd. I was renewing my license on my computer. I accidentally typed the last digit wrong and it gave me an error (as expected). I then typed it correctly but I added 2 extra digits just in case to the end just to see what happens. But it still activiated... which is odd. But on the app, the correct license was showing with out the 2 extra digits. So it seems that even if you add extra digits to the end of the license, as long as everything before is correct, the app will accept the license.WR devs, can you confirm? Best.
because every time I started the computer, it would ask me if I wanted to allow it to make changes to the computer. I think that means it had crashed. In any case, I went to the webroot website and downloaded the installer. I did search for Webroot Secure Anywhere complete, made sure it was the webroot website and then downloaded. But how do you know for sure which version you have? Is the installer the same for all versions and you keycode determines which version you have? Thanks