Webroot® SecureAnywhere™ - Internet Security Plus
Webroot® SecureAnywhere™ - Internet Security Plus
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I’ve battling most of this week to understand why I cannot generate a trusted self-signed development certificate for use on localhost. By accident I stumbled on the fact that Webroot blocks this from happening; with no warning. Disabling Webroot allows the the process to produce a trusted certificate. Short of just disabling Webroot during development work, which would then render the subscription virtually pointless, is there a way around this? I can’t find anything obvious in the settings to allow this process to continue/complete.
I renewed my Webroot Secure Anywhere account three months ago on a laptop that I have had for several years and continue to use. That subscription allows up to three devices. I have a second laptop that was recently purchased. The antivirus software that came with it for a trial period has expired. When I added the keycode from the renewed subscription from that was renewed 3 months ago, it shows my status as active but the subscription is expired. How do I ensure that my machine is safe? How can I check to see what, if any other devices, are on that same subscription? It looks like in the management console you can “add a PC” but when I click on the “+” button, it wants me to buy or upgrade.Thank you.
Recently, my wife lost her iPhone 12 pro and it is showing offline. It was fully charged earlier in the day so it was destroyed by someone or turned it off. Wouldn’t it be a helpful iOS feature to enable password protection to turning the phone off?This would essentially make the phone location known as long as there was battery life. Are there any security reasons Apple wouldn’t add this? I’ve sent it in as a feature request but surely I’m not the first person that has thought of this, right?
I bought a new keycode of a 1 year subscription Webroot Internet Security Plus for 3 devices from Walmart for $40 less than a month ago. Entered the new keycode on my dad’s PC and works perfectly. Then I entered it on my laptop and again it activated perfectly like every year. Never had a problem with webroot until now. But this time after a few days, 15 days I believe, after turning on my laptop I got a pop up message saying my subscription has been expired or 38 days and needed to renew or uninstall webroot. Even though I had already activated the new keycode recently. When I tried to enter the keycode it said it was invalid and to enter a valid one. I checked the keycode that supposedly expired and it was the new one I just recently purchased at walmart. I uninstalled and installed the program again. When asked to enter keycode to finish installing again it says its invalid and enter a valid one. It has not been a month and subscription expired. I already submitted a support ticket
I just purchased Total Tech Support membership with the Internet Security Software for my PC. I was told that when I got home all I had to do is open the Webroot Icon on my computer and I would be instructed to add the Key Code to start the process. When I opened my email from Best Buy, it had a prompt that said “Install Internet Security. I pressed that prompt and It took me to a screen where it asked me for my Key Code and also to sign up for the Internet Security Plan for $249.00 and wanted me to give my credit card info. Note, I have already paid for the subscription at the store. I am confused. There was nothing on my computers WebRoot icon that asked me for the Key Code. It only stated that my subscription was expired. I am lost as to what to do next. Please help!!!!
Hi… Webroot client for a few years but new to the forum. Likely a stupid question, but here goes -- What kind of account do I have, and how do I access the details? I can’t remember if I bought coverage for our mobile devices (2 iPhones and an iPad) or if only our PC is protected. When I log onto my Webroot console, the page headings are on a BLACK background (unlike the graphics I’ve seen of sample console pages), and there is no menu heading for “Mobile Devices.” Also, do I have Webroot VPN access even if I have coverage only for my PC? I have successfully downloaded and opened the Webroot app for my iPhone (since I indeed had a key code for entry on the login page). But I can’t tell if this is included in a PC-only account or if it means I actually purchased coverage for our mobile devices. So far, everything I’ve found regarding my account is clear as mud. Finally, can anyone offer a critical evaluation of Webroot’s VPN? I’ve subscribed to the highly rated
I recently changed my phone, I had 2FA enabled. cannot loginto console anymore as it requires the authentication. cannot open a ticket as well. there are 3 security Questions I know 2 of the 3 but the third keeps telling me it is wrong. I pretty sure it is not as I know what the first car was. up for renewal, no phone support always say closed. been a long time customer but getting pi@@ as I cannot do something simple like resent, been searching for days though FAQ no answers.
Hiya everyone!Hope everyone is keeping well.Can anyone give me a link to purchase a renewal keycode for Webroot SecureAnywhere Internet Security Plus 2021, 3 Device, 1 Year which displays the purchase price in English pounds / £, as every site I’ve visited so far has taken me to an American checkout asking for $59.99. I would have liked to take advantage of a 50% off Webroot coupon but all offers I’ve seen had expired on 12th March.I’ve got 1 day left of my subscription remaining then so I need your help ‘lickety split’! Linda
After installing the Webroot Internet Security file, when I logged into my Webroot SecureAnywhere account, I click on Windows Download and it tells me that my Windows 10 is in “S” mode and that i have to download a similiar app for the windows download of my Windows 10 hp device. Because my computer is already protected by Microsoft Windows 10 that came with my brand new device, is it necessary for me to switch out of S mode and/or download a similiar app compatible with my device or are there other options? Thank you,Tonya H
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