This solution addresses Webroot 2011 (version 7.0) and Webroot SecureAnywhere

For Webroot SecureAnywhere and Webroot 2011 (version 7.0), you can view your license information for the status of any Webroot products you have purchased. The license information includes the product name, the keycode, where the software is installed (which computer), and when your subscription expires. You can also use this page to re-install your licensed software, install it onto another computer, or renew your subscription.

To view your current licenses and upgrade your Webroot SecureAnywhere product:
  1. Open your browser and enter http://my.webrootanywhere.com.  In the Log in panel, enter your email address and password, then click the Log in button.
     
  2. You will be asked to confirm your logon.  Enter the requested characters of your Security Code and click Log in.
     
  3. In the top right corner of the page, your email address is listed.  Click the down arrow next to your email address to open the drop-down menu.


     
  4. Click Manage Keycodes.
     
  5. Your keycode is displayed, as well as the number of devices on which this keycode may be used (eg. 1 or 3.)
     
From this page, you can:
If you have a multi-licensed version, you can also use this site to install your subscription on another computer.  Access the same account drop-down menu described in Step 3 above and click Downloads.

To view your current licenses or upgrade your Webroot 2011 (version 7.0) product:
 
  1. Open your browser and enter https://www.webroot.com/mywebroot. In the Sign In panel, enter your user name (email address) and password, then click the Sign in button. (If you are already signed in, this button displays Sign Out.)
     
  2. When My Webroot opens with your account information, select MyAccount from the top panel.


     
  3. Click the Licenses & Products tab.

    Your license information opens.

From this page, you can:
If you do not have an account, or are unable to access your account, click here to have installation instructions emailed to you.
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