This solution address Webroot SecureAnywhere
 
The SecureAnywhere software comes with extensions that can be added to your internet browsers, depending on your package type. It is recommended that you enable any Webroot extensions presented to you to provide you with the best protection.
 
There are two types of extensions with SecureAnywhere:  

Webroot Filtering Extension
 
The Webroot Filtering extension is a browser extension that protects your computer while you are online. When doing searches, it will display symbols next to your search results, called annotations, which show how safe or untrusted a site is. The annotation appears to the left of each website name in the list of query results. The table below describes the meaning of each icon.
 
Icon Description
These are well known sites with strong security practices, and rarely exhibit characteristics that expose you to security risks. There is a very low probability that you will be exposed to malicious links or payloads.
These are benign sites, and rarely exhibit characteristics that expose you to security risks. There is a low probability that you will be exposed to malicious links or payloads.
These are generally benign sites, but have exhibited some characteristics that suggest security risk. There is some probability that you will be exposed to malicious links or payloads.
These are suspicious sites. There is a higher than average probability that you will be exposed to malicious links or payloads.
These are high risk sites. There is a high probability that you will be exposed to malicious links or payloads.
 
The Webroot Filtering Extension will also stop you from going to sites that might try to infect your machine by showing a warning message.
 


You can then click one of the following buttons:

After you review information about the classification of the website, click one of the following buttons:


When you're done, click the Submit button.

Change requests are usually processed in 48-72 hours. If, after this period, you do not see the change you requested, you can open a ticket with Webroot Support.


Webroot Password Manager Extension(s)
 
The Password Manager Extension(s) provides you with a toolbar and Password Management functionality for SecureAnywhere Internet Security or Complete.  If you are using SecureAnywhere Antivirus and you would like to use this feature, click here to find out about how to upgrade your subscription.
 
In Firefox and Google Chrome, Password Management is enabled with one extension: Webroot Password Manager.  In Internet Explorer, Password Management is enabled with three extensions that work together: Webroot Toolbar, Webroot Vault, and Webroot. 
 
Note: If the Webroot extension says the Publisher is “Not Available” in Internet Explorer, this will not affect its functionality.

The Password Manager Extension(s) allows you to use the Webroot toolbar. When you sign in to the toolbar, you can access and manage your saved passwords. You can learn more about the features of the Password Management Toolbar here.
 

 


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