Webroot® SecureAnywhere™ - Internet Security Plus
Webroot® SecureAnywhere™ - Internet Security Plus
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I’ve had Webroot for several years, but I haven’t used the password manager before. On the webroot main page, there’s no option or link to start using the password manager. I tried creating an account to have the numerical code to use for the password manager, but it doesn’t work with this year’s keycode and says I already have an account. Please help so I can use the new Password Manager. Btw, I’m still working on submitting a support ticket by accepting cookies and logging in a 2nd time, but it’s not working in Chrome. I just submitted an online ? for this in the community as well. Thank you in advance for any help.
I got a new keycode from Amazon, but the Webroot app keeps telling me I need to activate my account. I tried several times to log into my account, but it keeps logging me back out before I can even click on anything (it’s really instantaneous). I work during the hours Webroot technical support is available by phone. I called once and was told I would be on hold for approximately one hour. I have to work so that wasn’t doable. I called again and was told 35 minutes. I’ve tried email (they gave me a number to call that turned out to be a fax number once, and then another number that is available during business hours only), I’ve tried to open five different requests, which it assures me will be answered within 24 to 48 hours, but it will be a week tomorrow. I get the error message “Error(URFL601):You must confirm your previous registration before continuing.” I am about ready to uninstall the program and put Kaspersky or Norton in.
I am trying to log into the webroot console to manage my license. My login is correct. My password is correct. It asks me for the authentication code (it simply says “enter authentication code” so I enter the entire code I created.) I get an error message that says “Invalid Authentication Code” I have gone back and chosen the “Forgotten Password” link and gone through all those steps successfully. Even with the new code, I get the same “Invalid Authentication Code” message. I have my license through Best Buy. I spent an hour on the telephone with Best Buy and they have no idea why this is happening except they suspect it is a WebRoot issue. I cannot get to live Webroot support, so I am trying this.
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
When Webroot Internet Security is loaded, regardless of if any component is turned on or off, DNS queries from nslookup fail. Additionally, DNS queries from Greenway Intergy fail and cause extreme speed issues with the application. The DNS queries have to wait to time out and the application is terribly slow. This is unacceptable and must be patched/fixed as soon as possible. No security solution should ever cause this kind of problem. It caused a huge amount of lost time to a doctor’s office. I could find no way to fix it other than to completely unload Webroot from memory (stop Webroot altogether).
I just installed WSA in a new PC Desktop. I installed it directly from the website and it gave me version 22.214.171.124. I can’t figure out how to get the latest version, 126.96.36.199. Is my PC protected? Is there an installer I can use to get the latest version? Thank you.
Requested new password email link to be sent, 5 times, no email- nothing in junk, nowhere. [img]data:image/png;base64,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
Having used webroot for several years I've never before encountered this issue... but now, each and every day I get a popup near the system tray letting me know that my "personal security report" is ready to view. OK, enough already. I don't need to see this on a daily basis. Can someone let me know how to disable this? Thanks!
BestBuy page says "This plan or service is no longer available. If you have questions, please call us at 1-800-433-5778." but my app says It's protected and everything is up to date but it's orange with a big orange exclamation mark "!" and my account section has a yellow triangle with an exclamation mark inside. I haven't renewed for a long time and i know it's out of date but BestBuy says the plan is no longer available. so how do i renew my webroot protection?
[h3]Multiple tech support scam websites posing as WebRoot/Geek Squad [/h3][h3].[/h3] There are multiple fake websites that use the title portion of the HTML to show "www.webroot.com/safe" that was printed on the empty DVD boxes given out at Best Buy to try and trick new Best Buy/Webroot customers that would then use remote access software to access victims computers and charge for non-existent security products using a guest account on PayPal. My friend's son was a victim of this fraud when he purchased a new laptop from Best Buy and was given a free subscription to WebRoot but the box did not contain an installation disk. He must have entered "webroot safe" into the search field instead of the full URL as he is somewhat new to computers and was charged $250.00 to his debit card by scammers impersonating the Webroot/Geeksquad website. I was able to get his money refunded at his bank and recovered the deleted logs from the remote access software the scammers had used. I have made 4
I got the gray icon with the brown exclamation point in the tray. I can't get it to reset to the green icon. It points to "Action required: password manager". To reset the icon, I installed Lastpass (what else, right?) which I don't need because I'm using something else. Also, I never had any passwords stored by Webroot to transfer over to Lastpass. Webroot is not recognizing my now 2 password managers on my pc. What can be done to get the green icon back? Or should I just hide the icon and be done with it?
My client is seeing a WEBROOT - Reputation SUSPICIOUS warning for their web page (which I just created for them) when the site comes up in Google Search Results. The web page is pretty simple with no malicious content. What factors would trigger this warning ( since it doesn't appear to be related to page content. The site is: [url=https://mobileservicesandrepairs.com/]https://mobileservicesandrepairs.com/[/url] Thanks [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/webroot-en/attachment/69f73124-878f-4327-858e-be9ef1016783.png[/img]
The following message is displayed when I access chrome://management: "This browser is managed by a company, school or other organization. Your administrator can change your browser setup remotely. Activity on this device may also be managed outside of chrome." Chrome is installed on my home computer whose administrator I am . What could I do to remove this management? I saw a lot of complaints of this type on the WEB, but no solution was provided. I have installed Weebroot Internet security plus on my system and it didn't alert me that something suspicious happens in my browser. Any suggestion to identify who manages my browser or how to remove this management is welcome. Thanks!!!
I got a subscription with webroot when I first got my laptop. Then I renewed it and it still says that my subscription is expiring but I renewed it. Do I have to wait till the old subscription fully runs out for it not to say it's expiring soon anymore?
Hello, My webroot filtlertng extention has disappeared from firefox thanks to the new issues going around with it. I tried updating, reinstalling and profile restorations I don't know how to reinstall it or fix any of the issues. And I don't want to uninstall my webroot. Is there a direct download of the xpi file?
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