Does Webroot detect this?

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  1. Malwar

    Malwar Registered Member

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    Hi, I want to know if Webroot detect's policeware/commercial keyloggers stuff like that. The reason I wanted to know is because what if a hacker gets ahold of this malware and the antimalware/antivirus does not detect it. I do NOT do anything illegal on the internet, I just wanted to know because I am really concerned about my security and I want to be as protected as possible.
    Thanks, Austin
    PS: I love webroot!!:cool:
     
  2. Triple Helix

    Triple Helix Webroot Product Advisor

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    whats a keylogger? and what programs can I use that r free?
     
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    Yes it does - and it will generically block any which attempt to steal user data (either by logging keystrokes or other information stealing methods).

    Let me know if you have any other questions! :)
     
  5. SweX

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    It seems like you are always looking for free software. But I can tell you that some softwares(quite many) are actually worth paying for, like Webroot as an example. And HitmanPro that you like (I saw you wanted a free version of HitmanPro too ;) )

    IMO if all software were Free then we would probably end up seeing stupid toolbars, or Ads or something else bundled with them.

    Great software don't grow on trees you know (same goes for developers) :thumb:
     
  6. sturgess

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    Trusteer Rapport is free and does the job you require.
     
  7. Malwar

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    Thanks everyone for all of your help!! What is the best webroot product for one pc but I need all of the identity protection and all of that?
     
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    If I buy Webroot Internet Security Plus 3 pc license after my first license expires can I use the other ones on the same pc?
     
  10. Triple Helix

    Triple Helix Webroot Product Advisor

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    I assume that you have WSA-AV for 1PC and you want to but WSA-ISP for 3 PC's yes you can wait till the 1PC license runs out then use the new key that is good for 3PC's but it's best to have 3 PC's at the time you install the new key as the time starts counting down for all 3PC's if used or not. I guess that's what you're thinking?

    HTH,

    TH
     
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    Triple Helix Webroot Product Advisor

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    You're very welcome. ;)

    TH
     
  13. Malwar

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    Yes thanks for all of the help!!
     
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    Thanks TH. Malwar, you wont go wrong using WSA, trust me on that. A great product.
     
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