Webroot® SecureAnywhere™ - Internet Security Plus
Webroot® SecureAnywhere™ - Internet Security Plus
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To Whom It May Concern: First of all, I do want to commend Webroot for creating a fascinating Internet security suite. I've used Norton, McAfee, AVG, and Kaspersky products, and I find that [b]Webroot SecureAnywhere Internet Security Plus[/b] keeps my computer protected from many threats. With that being said, I am not a big fan of notifications popping up while I'm using my computer unless the notification requires me to take action for something. Lately, I've been getting notifications from [b]Webroot SecureAnywhere Internet Security Plus[/b] with the following text: [b]See your new Personal Security Report[/b] [b]View threats stats and information about your scans, shields, and security features[/b] Unfortunately, I have not found a way to disable the Webroot SecureAnywhere Personal Security Report notification from appearing. If there is a setting that disables it, I am overlooking it. If anyone knows how to disable this notificat
How do I install the Webroot toolbar for Firefox 64? I have Webroot Secureanywhere - Internet Security Plus. I need that to access my passwords across platforms. I have run the toolbarfix.exe, but I see in the process window it appears to run only for IE, not Firefox. When I click on a site in the passwords list, a warning pops up that it may not work because the toolbar is not installed. This is driving me nuts. Thanks.
Hi People: Question: The above "password stealer" has snuck by Webroot and the Windows Defender [b]twice[/b] this week! First: How did that sneak by Webroot? I scan religiously every day. Second: How is it that Windows Defender has found this two times even after removal? This is a very clever "password stealer" or Webroot and Windows Defender are not doing the job! Does anyone have any ideas as I am starting to worry. As always, thanks for your help.
I’ve being using webroot for over a month or 2 now but the issue of cleaning my quarantine files or restoring the ones I really need back is where I get pissed. I really need any assistance on this please I’ve tried everything possible but they don’t seem to work please help me
Hello, I just noticed that my disk usage was at 100% right after installing webroot, I troubleshooted for a while not suspecting webroot, but when i ran out of options I disabled webroot and my disk usage instantly dropped from 100% to 5%. I would really like to use this product, but this issue I'm having is making that impossible. I would appreciate any advice and I apologize if this is in the incorrect section. Thank you!
Hello: I have purchased the Webroot Internet Security Plus product but the heading reads 'Webroot Secure Anywhere'. Shouldn't this be titled 'Webroot Internet Security Plus' so we know which product we have? regards, Richard Magerowski email@example.com
I was just charged for a 1 year subscription (1/17/2019-1/17/2020) and yet when I access my console it shows the expiration date as 05/27/2019, also the keycode is not the same as the current subscription. When I try to register the current keycode it says it is already added and yet does not show in the console. TIA, Mike
When i turn my computer on since the last shutdown operation, i have to manually turn on my Realtime Shield features. i never had to do that previously, it would always be ON. i have checked through the settings an such but i haven't figured it out yet. Any help would be great, thanks!
Hi everyone! Since carrying out a Chrome update last night I am finding it hard to get access to a few sites; I get a message that says:- The requested URL was rejected. Please consult with your administrator. Your support ID is ...... Anyone know whats happening and how I can put it right? The update has also played havoc with the general settings. :@ Loopy Linda
This last weekend, I migrated from an older Win 10 Pro to a new Win 10 Pro desktop. When setting up my default programs, Win 10 Settings would not show some of the programs I loaded (i.e., Chrome, Postbox plus several others). I worked with Microsoft Support for some time trying to figure out why Win 10 would not recognize them. Support eventually figured out it was WSA (ver. 18.104.22.168). I shut it down, uninstalled the programs and reinstalled them. BAM - there the programs were and I could change the defailt programs. Since then, I have tried to change another program default. Same problem. Again shut WSA down, installed the program and no problems. When I installed WSA seven months ago on the old PC, all these programs and default setting were already made on the old desktop. I am wondering if there is a tweak or secret to how to make WSA be more friendly wih Win 10. Do I need to add some URL exceptions or something to not have to go thru this every time I want to add a
Hello, I am new to WRSA and experiencing some uncomfortable behavior : my trackpad gestures (two fingers) got very slow. When I disable WRSA's protection, the trackpad returns back to its normal state. My computer runs Win 10 Pro 64 bits, an AMD A9-9420, 16 GB RAM (4 GB dedicated to the GPU). I have search the KB and didn't found something about. Do you have any idea about ? Many thanks
In Internet Explorer -> Add - ons the option to remove is disabled. Webroot AV is no longer on the machine and hasn't been for some time. A colleague mentioned running these removal commands but I am not sure it will work: wrsa.exe -uninstall "C:Program FilesWebrootWRSA.exe" -uninstall "C:Program Files (x86)WebrootWRSA.exe" -uninstall How can I get rid of this ENABLED and unremovable Add-in?
I just went through a problem with Webroot SecureAnywhere Internet Security Plus on Windows 10 operating system where I tried to run an AutoDesk self-extracting zip executable program. The program created a new folder where I specified on each attempt, but failed to continue with any file extractions. I looked at the Block/Allow files on webroot, but this program was not listed. However Windows 10 showed this program in both detailed and undetailed view for task manager. I double-clicked this executable to start it. On one attempt I let the process continue long enough that my entire computer hung up where mouse and keyboard became unresponsive. I had to put the computer into hibernation mode to escape. When I exited hibernation mode, I disabled the firewall in webroot and the program imediately extracted the files and allowed me to install AutoCad on the PC. 1) Does webroot normally detect that a double-clicked executable is being blocked as