Webroot® SecureAnywhere™ - Complete
Webroot® SecureAnywhere™ - Complete
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I recently restarted (Feb. 9th 2018) Google Chrome to let it update; however, I suddenly got the Webroot Filtering Extension when I do not own it. It says that my company put it there, but I am a student on my home computer that I built myself. Extremely confused as to why Webroot Filtering is there now. Wondering how to get rid of it.
My current subscription is about to expire, so I purchased a new copy. How do I apply (or add) the days on the new keycode to the existing one? I also want to do so without losing the 20 days I still have left on the existing subscription. Thanks
Hello, I am new here. Currently trying on an old pc the trial version of SecureAnywhere Complete 2012 and I am loving it ! Just had a question, so when my new laptop arrives in a few days and I purchase the SecureAnywhere Complete 2012, which shows a license for 3 PCS, how will I get it on the other 2 different pcs ? The way I think it is suppose to be done and please correct me if I am wrong. I purchase and install from Webroot official page, the product I want. Then I get the keycode and enter it on my laptop, where I will buy the product.Later, keep the keycode for the other 2 PCS. Finally, from each of the other 2 pcs, I go to Webroot official web site ([url=http://www.webroot.com/En_US/index.html]http://www.webroot.com/En_US/index.html[/url]), then click on the top, Support/SecureAnywhere Support/upper right side hit on Reinstall my product, do the Request Software and Keycode, select my product, fill in last name and my e-mail (the one I used to buy it on original pc) and then
Hello Everyone. In the past few days when I Turn on my computer, I see the message indicating that webroot wants to make changes to your computer do you allow that ? It is the message from the user account from window 8.1 any help please ? Thank you
When I booted up my computer today, I got a pop up that said there was a file or folder on my computer called "C:program" and that it could cause programs not to run correctly and that renaming it to "C:program1" would fix the issue. I didn't know what the file or folder was or where it came from so I didn't know what to do so I said ignore. (Right before I clicked IGNORE, I noticed that Webroot wasn't in my task bar. I thought great, because my backup was running and I couldn't really restart just then.) When I clicked on ignore, another pop up came up and it asked if I wanted to allow Webroot to make changes to this computer. I said yes, and then the icon showed up in the task bar. I then looked for the file or folder. I was searching for "C:Programs" but it was really a file "Programs" in the C: root. I then right clicked on it and said to scan with webroot and it said it was clean. But then the popup came up again asking me if I wanted to allow Webroot to make changes to this compu
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I unable to connect my Creative Zen V Plus 4 GB Portable Media Player media player to PC. It was working fine before I installed Webroot Secure Anywhere. I had norton before. I unable to charge my MP3 player or link it to transfer files. The same for my Acer Iconia 500 Tablet, transfer file. Both is not being recognize. I install both driver again. I know it not driver issue. SecureAnywhere doing something to prevent both device to be recognized.
Once again, I am relying on the moderators to decide if this post should be in a new topic, [user=15059][/user] , [user=758][/user] please take a look. EDIT: Moved to own thread...as suggested. Baldrick ;) [b]Error when signing into Webroot Password Manager in Firefox 30 [/b] [b] WSA update version 126.96.36.199 did not update the Firefox toolbar[/b] [b] [/b] Very early this morning, when signing in to WSA Password Manager, I received this error "An error has been encountered while loading your sites......... [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/webroot-en/attachment/5986iB9B0CC6A8D399A04.png[/img] I do not use Firefox as my default browser, however, I use it at least 3 times a week and the Password Manager was fine on Sunday, Between Microsoft and Java updates etc, anything is possible. Password Manager was fine in IE and Chrome and LASTPASS was fine in Firefox, so odds of those up
I hope in the next version of webroot secure anywhere you include a password manager extension for google chome since lastpass already works with chrome, Also regarding the firefox addon, is there anyway you can make it persistant so if I uninstall and reinstall firefox I do not have to redownload and run the fix again to re add it? Thanks
I've noticed two instances of "Webroot Installer" in my Startup programs in the task manager on Windows 8. Both appear identical and are listed as High Startup Impact. The program named in Properties is wruninstall.exe. What are they for? Why are there two? Can they safely be disabled? Thanks.
Hi I have installed Webroot SecureAnywhere complete and i have firefox 23.0.1 installed i click on the webroot on the firefox bar that ask for my mail and pass when i type my mail and pass webroot says Unknown email address shows in red color but when i log my email in my webroot account login and in chrome toolbar it works but it dont work in the toolbar of firefox can any one tell me how to fix it please thanks. - I already changed my password and still did not work. - I already cleard the history, cookies etc in firefox and still did not work. - I already used toolbarfix for webroot still did not work. Any other solutions?
The difference between a 'deep' scan and a 'full' scanKnowledge Base
[h2]Question[/h2]What's the technical difference between a deep scan and a full scan? [h2]Answer[/h2][h3][b]Deep scan:[/b][/h3]This is the normal, default scan mode. Webroot SecureAnywhere (WSA) inspects system configuration information (registry and file locations, running processes, loaded modules, etc) to determine what is loaded into memory, and what definitely will or is likely to load into memory during normal computer use. These files are then initially scanned by generating an MD5 hash of the full file and submitting it to the cloud system. If the item is known as [i]Good,[/i] this data is cached and no further action is taken. If the file is known as [i]Bad[/i], it is inspected more deeply, interdicted if currently in memory, and the cleanup engine is brought into play to start keeping track as the scan continues. If the file is reported as [i]Unknown[/i], it has further information gathered about it and submitted to t
Today, Webroot CPU usage and memory spiked to 75 and 90 percent making my PC unusable. I rebooted and it got worse. I can only have 1 tab open in my browser at a time now or 1 app open. I tried everything to get rid of it and it’s only taking up more CPU and memory. Please help. Things I’ve tried:Uninstalling via Control Panel : this launches the uninstaller, but doesn't actually do anything.Running "C:\Program Files (x86)\Webroot\WRSA.exe" –uninstall: Same behavior as above.Running "C:\Program Files (x86)\Webroot\WRSA.exe" –uninstall in safe mode: This actually launched the install process asking for a valid key?Deleting "C:\Program Files (x86)\Webroot\" : says WRSA.exe is in use so it won't delete. Tried this in Safe Mode also.Killing WRSA.exe with Process Explorer AS ADMIN: access denied error.Terminating WRSA.exe with Process HackerRunning a Webroot uninstall script
Prompted by [url=https://community.webroot.com/t5/Ideas-Exchange/Backing-Up-PDF-Files/idi-p/22396]this idea[/url] to automatically sync PDF files, Webroot is investigating the possibility of adding additional file types to the default options presented on the Backup & Sync setup screen. Currently, the default file types are as follows: [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/webroot-en/attachment/2652iAC02D16938ACF9E2.png[/img] By selecting "Custom filter," a Backup & Sync user can already manually add any file type or create a *.* filter to sync all file types. However, for convenience, Webroot presents Backup & Sync users with commonly used default options for file types. There are likely many other commonly used file types that would fit into these categories which Webroot does not currently automatically sync. The "PDF" idea will result in a new file type - *.pdf - being added to the Document files list. As long as w
I am unable to log in to Webroot SecureAnyWhere website, even after resetting security code three times. I also can't access my printer to scan to computer now. It was working fine minutes prior to me attempting to access Webroot SecureAnyWhere. I am completely frustrated at this point. Lostandconfused.
This file is safe. This exhibit scanners on VT. I enclose the address of the result of the scan file. Enclosed is your home address applications. The file I sent for analysis through a program of WSA Complete. [url=https://www.virustotal.com/file/99bed9ee2f8f7efb0e255d4795380a19fa728c774ce0e2e8618fac4877fd9379/analysis/]https://www.virustotal.com/file/99bed9ee2f8f7efb0e255d4795380a19fa728c774ce0e2e8618fac4877fd9379/analysis/[/url] *link to third party security program removed **please do not post links to third party programs ***please see [url=https://community.webroot.com/t5/Community-Guidelines-please-read/Webroot-Community-Guidelines/m-p/2#M1]The Community Guidelines[/url] section "Don't be a spammer." -admin
Hello forumfolks! Yesterday I bought Webroot Anywhere Complete, cause I thought it would be even better than my trusted security program (don't know if it's allowed, so I won't mention the name of the program) and because I can do without spam control and parental control. Really don't need these 2 features. But as it seems, I'm going to miss my trusted security program, because Webroot is giving me troubles, namely with it's toolbar. I'm using Internet Explorer 9 and every time I'm logging in a red bar appears, after a few seconds, telling me that my server connection is disabled (error 10) and I have to shut this bar down manually before I can go on surfing with my logged in toolbar. Another pet peeve is the fact that I have to log in my Webroot toolbar every time I open my browser, to be able to use the password manager. My trusted other security program was much better at that point, cause I only had to log in the first time I opened my browser and then it just stayed that way unti
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