Webroot® SecureAnywhere™ - Internet Security Plus
Webroot® SecureAnywhere™ - Internet Security Plus
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I wanted to say I'm very impressed and well pleased with webroot. I knew I had something going on wrong with my surfing the web because I was not in control, something else was. Nice job. The only thing that went wrong with downloading this was my proxy settings were changed. I had a hard time figuring out how to bring the proxy settings back to normal, but overall I was very impressed.:D
I can't install WebRoot on my Mac. I bought a new subscription online through Webroot, but when I cl
Hello, I bought WebRoot through download from the WebRoot website. I had purchased my first WebRoot from Best Buy along with Geeksquad. When I try to install Webroot, the old subscription from Best Buy comes up out of the Application's folder. Can anyone help me?
Hi and Happy New Year! :-) My Name is David Castro. I can't use Internet Explorer. When I do, popups take over the screen. It now does this with the AOL browser and Google Chrome. I ran Norton anti-virus and it showed my laptop had the Resultsbay Trojan Virus on my Laptop. But Norton was unable to completely remove Resultsbay from my computer. Can Webroot do this?
There are a number of folders and a few files located on c, the root directory. I am aware that folders such as Programs (x86), Program Data, Temp, Users, and Windows should be there. How can I know what else should be stored there - and what should not be stored there? Also, how do I know when or if I can safely delet those folders with the long alphnumeric names?
I mean I like that you get what you pay for. (Norton used to urge you to renew early and then in the fine print it would say that you forfeited any remaining days you had on the old subscription. Best Buy has never done that.) But... And it's a big BUT!!! About a month ago I get an email saying that my subscription would automatically renew with the credit card they had on file and there was no action required on my part. For most of the month, the Webroot panel has been yellow and every day I am urged to renew. Three days ago, the panel turns red and there is a red excamation. I even called Best Buy to make sure that I didn't need to push the renew button and enter my info. But they said no. Today I turn on my pc and Webroot says it is expired and all shields are off. So I call Best Buy again and they say it's OK. It shows that I am still active. (But not on my end.) She says that it is scheduled to renew at midnight on the 29th. She also conf
I would like to know if Internet Security Plus is capable of detecting when my PC has been remotely accessed. The reason I ask is that I was recently informed by both Verizon and HP that my computer hoe network, server, and my PC had been hacked. I was told that the technical level of the hacking is beyond what they are capable of dealing with. The information that I am working on is very valuable to certain people (re custody litigation), and I want to be as safe as possible, and am wondering if my webroot internet protection software has some tricks up its sleave, so to speak, that I could learn to use to my benefit. Last question is just that I am wondering what "listening" means for the status of active connections. Any help or advice would be appreciated.
So, I purchased webroot a few weeks back and lately, if I click on a link, it'll open the page I clicked, but it also opens up the following page: [b]~ snip Spam Link Removed ~ [/b]Is this a virus? How can I prevent this? I hope I'm not sorry I purchased webroot. Have never had this problem w/ Kasperky. Please help. Thanks!
I have seen similar posts in this forum before, but mine is a bit different. I use Cisco-VPN on my home computer to connect to a machine at work. After the VPN connection is established, I click the "remote desktop" icon to make connection. After the latest scan, this no longer works with the message: "This computer can't connect to remote computer. Try connecting again. If the problem continues contact the owner of the remote computer, or your network administrator. " I also attempted to shut WSA from the console, I checked everything I could find. I could not find some button or menu which said "turn-off". In this forum, I noticed a post which states how to do it from the taskbar, but I do not have a WSA icon on my task bar. (But I have a desktop icon from where I can launch the console... Right clicking it does not offer the option of turning it off.) One final bit of info: I am running Windows Vista.
Hi, My Firefox browser is missing the Webroot toolbar and buttom. Somehow the SecureAnywere button has appeared, and at one point I had both buttoms. I have ran the toolbar install, several times, tried to uninstall and then install the toolbar again. It is on the google browser and works fine. Not sure what to do now, any help will be appreciated. Jack
I get this warning that this auto start program wants to run. It is identified as "1421814951". There is no other info about it. It pops up everynow and then and is supposed to run once. I disallow it's execution because it looks susicious to me. Can anyone shed any light on this issue??
I am getting a message that my webpage has found genric virous and I shouol contact Microsoft. My window is frozen and will not allow me to close it. Even after turningt off my computer the screen remains the same. There is an 800 number listed but I am not sure this is not a scam. # is 1-855-214-9613. I have never seen an 855 prefix. Has anyone elese had this problem??
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