This solution addresses Webroot SecureAnywhere

You can provide additional security for software applications that may contain confidential information, such as Instant Messaging clients or tax preparation software. By protecting these applications, you secure them against information-stealing Trojans like keyloggers, man-in-the-middle attacks, and clipboard stealers. As you work on your computer, SecureAnywhere automatically adds web browsers and applications to the Protected Applications list. It assigns applications to one of these levels of protection: As you work on your computer, SecureAnywhere automatically adds web browsers to the Protected Applications list and assigns them to the “protected” status.

To manage the application list and specify levels of protection:
 
  1. Open SecureAnywhere.
     
  2. Click the gear icon next to Identity Protection.
     
  3. Click the Application Protection tab.


     
  4. In the row for the application you want to modify, click the radio button for Protect, Allow, or Deny. The grey button indicates it is enabled; white is disabled. To include another application in this list, click Add Application, then select an executable file.

     

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