A few weeks in, I submitted a support ticket asking a question about a virus that got past the webroot onto my pc. I clearly stated in my ticket that I was using WSE 2012 and not one of the older products. What I got back was a template response that basically said if you do not have WSE 2012 installed please download and install that version and then gave instructions on downloading and installing.
I am not trying to be funny or anything, but it just strikes me as strange that they would respond to an important support ticket about a curent problem with a template and not even read what I was asking. So that I would know for future reference, can anyone enlighten me on whether or not that is normal policy for Webroot? Thanks...
Best answer by MikeRView original
Welcome to the Community first off! :D
Second, I believe the automated response you received is triggered when a customer opens a support ticket for our Legacy products. Webroot Security Essentials (WSE) is a previous version of our software and it will create an automated message asking you to upgrade to Webroot SecureAnywhere when opening a ticket.
Here is the correct link to open a support ticket where we can address the virus as Tony suggested.
Here is a link to the SecureAnywhere http://anywhere.webrootcloudav.com/zerol/wsainstall.exe where you can upgrade from Security Essentials to SecureAnywhere Essentials. If you are positive you are on the latest version of the software you can open a support ticket so that we may collect logs and research why this may have happened.