Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by Triple Helix, Jun 6, 2014.
Well the OS is from Google!
I have joined the enemy! I am now with the borg. lol
That I have!....I think I set up two different ones, inadvertently, during my early days of WSA beta testing. I have figure which is the right one to use. Then, I have tgo find my saved password, so, I can access the console.
I just came across this brilliant page: http://www.webroot.com/us/en/products/wsa-installer-download
Anything to run along side webroot to protect banking and shopping or is webroot WSA plus enough?
Frankly, I have concerns about WSA 'being good enough'. Unless you are using Win10 I would recommend adding Bitdefender Free (coexisting well with WSA on my Win7 system with no noticeable performance impact).
I have win 10 64 bit..
Bitdefender AV Free is not (yet) compatible with Win 10. You might checkout Avira AV Free.
ok i will.
I'm trying Emisoft alongside WSA.....Now for the big question..I was on malware tips and was told there is a problem with the win 10 firewall that webroot won't fully integrate with it?
And why would you say that? WSA's Identity Shield hasn't failed in any of it's Banking tests results:
Read here about Win 8 or Win 10 and Windows Firewall and why WSA's Firewall doesn't show the extra settings! https://community.webroot.com/t5/Id...tions-fw-control-in-Win-8-Win-8-1/idi-p/60003 and note what Joe said back then!
I have WSA 18.104.22.168 and just got a new WSA Password Chrome extension. WSA must have just gone to a new version.
Correct and also Firefox and IE is still the same 22.214.171.124
Beta Testers Web Filter and Driver should be up to 126.96.36.199
Sweet, but I am not in any of my  WSA snapshots for the moment...but will see when I am though.
Autoupdated to v188.8.131.52 Beta!
Strange update, yesterday....I had to reboot due to a problem. But, earlier I got the automatic update to WSA, which I allowed. Also, during this session I allowed updates to VS and Process Lasso.
This can be seen after the aforementioned reboot. Tiny Watcher monitors, and therefore shows significant changes to important files in the system directory.
I noted there had been changes to WSA, that have occurred, and seeing for first time, and I have disallowed those, I hope.
@Tarnak That is all normal.
Webroot Filtering Extension 184.108.40.206 (now signed) doesn't like Random Agent Spoofer add-on in Firefox 42 32-bit.
Strangely, can't type a reply in Gmail (though typing works when forwarding).
Disabling Webroot Filtering Extension, or setting Random Agent Spoofer to 'Real Profile' fix the problem.
There's not much Webroot can do with all the Extensions for Browsers so it's WSA or Random Agent Spoofer. Have you checked to see if it's the Identity Shield as that will block some not well known Extensions for seeing what's on the web pages or sees it doing something it shouldn't be doing. If you like contact Webroot Customer Service and ask them to look into it.
Version 220.127.116.11 (Released December 14th, 2015)
New method for differential feature activation.
UI enhancement for EULA reacceptance.
Provide relevant in product messaging after a license swap.
Hardened service start.
I beg to disagree...See our discussion at Webroot.
You can disagree all you want but that file has always been there C:\Program Files\Common Files\wruninstall.exe and for 64bit systems it's in C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\wruninstall.exe see here: https://community.webroot.com/t5/We...tallation-Folder-and-File-Locations/ta-p/3766 so I don't want to continue here but will let others answer you!
It is all good, Daniel...Peace!
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