i seen recently this PcMag review ( http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2470312,00.asp )
and part of that review is :
This program was the ultimate unknown—never seen by anyone before until I compiled it. Webroot naturally started monitoring its behavior. I verified that the files had indeed been encrypted. Then I used Webroot's process list to manually block the program. Webroot terminated it immediately, and a scan restored the encrypted files. What fun!
Wow ! really Webroot is perfect ! Webroot is Security ! 😃 but i dont underestand exactly how Webroot restore encrypted files? for example i am going to be infected with a Ransomware or Cryptolocker.. ok ? so what happen? what should i do for that rollback? is that Automatic? or should i do something ?:D
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