Webroot® WiFi Security
Webroot® WiFi Security
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Hello!I had to do a clean install of the operating system on two of my MAC computers. Now that the OS is installed I am trying to reinstall Webroot WiFi security. I was able to install it on one of the computers but not the second. I am receiving the “too many open sessions” error message. After doing some research online here I realize it may have been necessary to de register the WiFi producer before I did the clean install. Now, after the fact, I need to de register several devices. How can I do that? By the way, I have a 5 device subscription.Thanks,Carmen
I recently got Webroot Wifi Security and it was working fine at first. However, recently it hasn’t been working on either of the Windows 10 computers connected to my account. It will appear to connect correctly at first, but after a short bit will revert back to my IP address and will not let me disconnect. This does not occur on my phone.
Hello' This morning it seems that my Wifi on my Android will not connect at all. This worked perfectly yesterday and before that. Stays on this screen and I've tried connecting to other places but same thing. Please advise. My Android has been rebooted. [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/webroot-en/attachment/007e6eec-ed7b-43b2-8e13-06efdf041006.jpg[/img]
This doesn’t appear to be a very active community, but I will give it a shot. I installed WiFi Security on my cell phone and PC. It works flawlessly on my phone, but seems useless on my PC. I can connect without a problem, but it blocks so many websites that I fail to see its value. Am I doing something wrong or need to make setting adjustments? I welcome a little guidance! Thanks.
I understand from a business standpoint why a VPN is useful. As a home user, I was interested in keeping my data private. I've had Wifi Security for about 3 days now and have been trying out a few things on it. I am not interested in doing anything illegal with it or violating copyright laws. After the first hour of being connected to the default server of Mexico: 1) Facebook wants me to verify my identity because it sees me logged in somewhere else 2) Microsoft wants me to verify my identity because it sees me logged in somewhere else 3) My bank warns me that I'm logged in somewhere else and wants to make sure it's ok 4) Netflix warns me that I'm logged in from a different country and then warns me that I'm violating terms of service if I'm logged in through a VPN) 5) Apple warns me about the same thing So...if I'm not doing anything illegal or trying to violate copyright laws, is being threatened to remove my Netflix account and Apple account and having to verify my iden
WebRoot VPN is very squirrely. I would like to know if anyone else has the same issue. My laptop usually updates late in the evening, automatically, if I don’t do this manually. Windows saves everything and when I bring it back up the VPN keeps trying to connect. The last time this happened I called tech support and they told me I needed to manually shut the computer down and start it over again. I find this to be problematic as I run many applications and web sites at the same time and doing this is very time consuming. After I did this VPN still did not connect and I had to uninstall and reinstall to get this to work properly. It has done this again and if there is an alternative method I would sure appreciate the insight. I will strongly reconsider another VPN recommendations.
Hi, I have been using SecureAnywhere, and I decided to buy the Wifi Security as well. So, I downloaded Webroot Wifi Security. The problem is when I login to it, it gives me a ‘Login Failed’ message stating ‘Check your credentials and try again. If you have not verified your account using the verification email, you must do so before logging in.’ This is on my Windows 10 laptop. Everything, that I can see, is up to date. I checked my credentials, they seem fine. I changed my password just in case that was it, but still the same message. I also tried this on my Android phone, but to no avail. Any input would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
I have changed my password numerous times and I still can not get into the system for WiFi Security. Please cancel this part of webroot for me, It has been over a year and I still can not get in.I love the regular webroot program and will continue with that. But WiFi Security just does not work for me.Thank you.Ralph W. Agar, Jr.
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