Webroot SecureAnywhere AntiVirus 3 Device for Mac 2013 [Download]

May 12, 2014 - Comment

Most families today are more connected than they realize. Without even thinking about it, it’s just a part of how they live today. Mom and dad may have a PC or a Mac, iPhone, or Android. The kids may have computers, tablets or phones of their own. Shopping and banking is done online. Webroot SecureAnywhere

Most families today are more connected than they realize. Without even thinking about it, it’s just a part of how they live today. Mom and dad may have a PC or a Mac, iPhone, or Android. The kids may have computers, tablets or phones of their own. Shopping and banking is done online. Webroot SecureAnywhere Complete is designed for these online families, to provide a single security solution for all of their Windows, Mac, Android and iOS devices. SecureAnywhere Complete protects your computers against malware, hackers, online identity theft.Features and functions may vary depending on operating system.

Product Features

  • Enhanced antimalware engine makes Webroot SecureAnywhere lightweight, cloud-based detection even more effective at identifying new threats
  • Blocks viruses, spyware, worms, Trojans, rootkits, and other online threats
  • Quietly protects you without interrupting you or slowing you down. Uses a fraction of the memory and processing speed as competitive solutions
  • One-click fix solves security problems and gets you back to work quickly
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Comments

Deborah C. says:

Mac Users Beware Webroot installed really fast and although I had some installation problems, the customer service reps were courteous, patient and helpful. They explained the difficulties as we went along. I installed Webroot on both of my PCs with no problem (again, very quick), but when I tried to install it on my Mac, I ran into problems. Apparently, they are still working out some bugs with the Mac version, but like I said, the reps were wonderful. I will give it five stars when the Mac version…

Keith says:

Root is right I liked this, as it made me feel like I was being safe. The green checks by websites on google. But when I was trying to go to a website I knew to be okay, just a plain ole internet forum, it would block me. I checked the box saying I knew the site, and proceed, it would send me to an ad page. I turned it off, it still blocked me. I sent it to trash, it’s still blocking me. Trying to remove it from my machine is impossible. Seems to be a virus, itself.Update: I thought I had it all…

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