Webroot® SecureAnywhere™ - Internet Security Plus
Webroot® SecureAnywhere™ - Internet Security Plus
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Hello, I have done all of my usual stuff to get rid of virus', adware, and spyware and this is attached to me outlook. It causes it to crash when I am checking my mail, popping up when i click on certain spam, which i am guessing is being sent form this site, and then causing my outlook to crash. I can't even attempt to deleate it as it causes the crash. I have read about this and see that windows defender is suppose to get rid of it but it will not run, I am guessing because of a conflict with Webroot. I turned of Webroot and defender will still not run. Can someone please help me, it's driving me nuts! Thanks.
I need to unitstall Webroot for a short time. I have Windows 10. After uninstalling, I keep getting a popup wanting me to enter my KeyCode and reinstall. It is very annoying. How do I stop that?
hi peeps. i have a problem with this file, that is located inside the folder drivers of system32. this is what WHOCRASHED reported to me: [b]On Thu 05/04/2012 07:13:50 GMT your computer crashed[/b] crash dump file: C:WindowsMinidump40512-21418-01.dmp This was probably caused by the following module: [url=http://www.google.com/search?q=wrkrn.sys]wrkrn.sys[/url] (WRkrn+0x6076) Bugcheck code: 0x3B (0xC0000005, 0xFFFFF88000DCB076, 0xFFFFF8800AA9BA90, 0x0) Error: [url=http://www.google.com/search?q=MSDN+bugcheck+SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION]SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION[/url] file path: C:Windowssystem32driverswrkrn.sys product: [url=http://www.google.com/search?q=Webroot%20SecureAnywhere]Webroot SecureAnywhere[/url] company: [url=http://www.google.com/search?q=Webroot]Webroot[/url] description: Webroot SecureAnywhere Bug check description: This indicates that an exception happened while executing a routine that transitions from non-privileged code to privileged code. This appears to be a typica
I've just had a somewhat frustrating encounter with Support. First off, the guy didn't know what Process Explorer is. Secondly, he told me it shouldn't be on my Desktop. Thirdly, he said it should already be "in Windows folder where the explorer is running." He then asked me why I "downloaded those exe from different places?" It was the last message that worried me the most: [quote]Since those process explorer program will directly related with the process of the computer, and get information of the computer all the time, Webroot will monitor such applications so it such program can't mess up with the computer processes. This doesn't mean bad at all. Webroot Secure is doing what it suppose to do and nothing to worry about. [/quote] To me, this sounds like someone that doesn't have a very good grasp on the English language, which made me wonder whether Support Tickets are outsourced. Are they? It's frustrating to go back and forth over such a simple thing. To be
When I open the Protected Applications (Open WSAE > Identity & Privacy > Protected Applications Advanced) I list the following: IE - Protected FF- Protected WOT - Allow (Had to change to allow after installing WOT because after installing WOT WSA sets it to Deny) The following entry has me puzzled: a0079894.exe C:System Volume Information_Restore ( lot of numbers & letters) - Set to Deny Why do I have Restore in this setting or why did it appear? Can I delete this entry without having problems?
My browser appears to be getting hijacked, most notably from the huffington post Uk site, I wind up at the above location with a driver warning. When the close window is clicked on this my downloads window opens anyway. I shut it all and go back to the original site but it justs starts all over again. Any ideas please?
Today, this website showed up on my "New Tab" most active site. I do not even have a Twitter account. Is it safe, or a problem.... Thanks [url=https://syndication.twitter.com/i/jot/syndication]https://syndication.twitter.com/i/jot/syndication[/url]
I´m a relatively recent user of Webroot Internet Security Plus. During a lot of years i´ve used other suite. My primary notebook got a problem (is under repair) and now i´m using an old one, with a Celeron processor. So searching for a “light” security suite I saw good reviews of Webroot and I bought the software. It´s easy to use, no impact in notebook performance, it seems great with Windows 10… but… Now with all pandemic things and a lot of warnings to be careful using internet, i wondered if Webroot works really fine. Searching in google, i saw a lot of sites recommending a method to test if the antivirus is working, with a not harmful file from EICAR (Supposedly it’s a very common test). I accessed to the EICAR website and i´ve downloaded the files. No reaction from Webroot… With the files on my notebook, and scanning each one individually, also no reaction… i got worried… it was supposed to get a false positive. But Webroot do not detects the EICAR… just to be sure if i´ve done a
Users of WSA Home versions that include Webroot Filtering Extensions in their browser can disable the extensions by the following directions. [b]Note: The browser extensions provide important protection features including detection and blocking of malicious websites, search annotations for search engine results from Google, Yahoo and Bing as well as Realtime Anti-phishing protection. If the browser extensions are not activated this protection is not available.[/b] [u][b]Internet Explorer[/b][/u] With the release of Webroot PC agent version 9.0.3 and the Web Filter version 1.2, the Web Filtering browser extension for Internet Explorer is now installed automatically, without prompting. In addition, the extension cannot be removed from the browser directly, but can be removed via the Webroot PC agent user interface. Follow these steps to [b]disable[/b] the extension in Internet Explorer. [list=1] [*]Close all open instances
I have had a Webroot account for years now, but each morning for about the last week when I start my Windows 10 PC, this popup appears telling me to “click here” to “create a NEW My Account.” Is this (late May 2022) popup even from Webroot? If it is, why am I being asked to create an account when I already have one (sounds highly suspicious to me)? If the popup is not from Webroot, what steps should I take to eradicate the little vermin? Thank you.
After I renewed my subscriptiion I still get the nag screen when my computer starts telling me that I am not protected. I have entered the new key twice but the screen just keeps poping up. The program says I am protected and have 362 more days on my subscription. The nag renewal says that I am not protected. Anyone have any ideas? Any help is appreciated.
Hello everyone, I have used Norton Internet Security (NIS) since 2009 and just recently switched to Webroot. I had used Webroot Anti-spyware many years ago and now that the issue with the saved passwords/account logon giving invalid email address seems to have been resolved, I wanted to try Secure Anywhere Plus. I am used to seeing a detailed log history of all activities of the firewall, anti-malware etc... being constantly saved in NIS. I cannot find such a history in this product. There are some logs of scans and malware detections but no history which shows saved details for, for example, if a website or malicious attack on the internet was blocked. I had a few very quick pop-up windows today while surfing the internet but they disappeared instantly and consequently, I could not read them. Is there a place where I can find such history of all activity, especially of blocked websites, anti-phishing blocks, malware detections which were blocked ... ? Thanks in advance, John
Just purchased Webroot Secure Anywhere with Password Manager. I am having a problem logging into my Secure Anywhere account via the IE or Firefox toolbar icon. Keeps telling me that it does not recognise the email acount I used - even though it is the same account I used to set up the account. Does not matter which browser I use. Can anyone help?
For several days now I have been receiving spam emails headed "Capital One 361 Security Verification Statement". The emails include an attachment but have no text and so far have always been addressed to "Recipients". My computer is running Windows 7 Ultimate and for emails I am using Office Outlook 2007. I have blocked the sender of these spam emails three times but the sender keeps changing and there are now three senders listed in my "Blocked Senders" list. I wonder if anyone else has received these emails please and what is the best way to stop them completely? Thanks!
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