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[Official] WebrootSecureAnywhere Antivirus MakeUSLaugh_Christmas 2018 Giveaway
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We at Geeks for Your Information are looking 
for the funniest, wittiest 
Christmas image/photo or GIF!


PRIZE

WebrootSecureAnywhere Antivirus


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Overview

Webroot SecureAnywhere delivers complete protection against viruses, spyware, and other online threats without slowing down PC performance or disrupting your normal activities. With its fast scans and threat removal, you can rest assured that malware is eliminated quickly and easily. SecureAnywhere gives you the freedom to surf, share, shop, and bank online - all with the confidence that your PC and your identity will be kept safe.

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Antivirus Scans
Scans run automatically every day, at about the same time you installed SecureAnywhere. For example, if you installed SecureAnywhere at 8 p.m., it always launches a scan around 8 p.m. Depending on the selections in your schedule, it will not disrupt your work, nor will it launch while you play games or watch a movie.

The default scan is referred to as a deep scan, which checks your entire computer for rootkits, trojans and other threats. During the scan, SecureAnywhere searches all areas where potential threats can hide, including drives, files, and system memory. It looks for items that match our threat definitions, match descriptions in our community database, or exhibit suspicious behavior. If SecureAnywhere detects a threat, it moves the item to quarantine where it is rendered inoperable. In quarantine, it can no longer harm your system or steal personal data.

If SecureAnywhere detects a potential threat, it displays an alert that prompts you to make a decision on whether you want to allow or block the item. If you aren't sure, we recommend that you block the item. 

PC Shields
Shields constantly monitor activity while you surf the Internet and work on your computer, protecting your computer from malware and viruses. As you surf Internet sites, you could be targeted for a drive-by download, where an unwanted program launches and silently installs on your computer as you view pages. We recommend you keep all shields enabled.

SecureAnywhere includes the following types of shields:

Realtime shield - Monitors unknown programs to determine whether or not they contain threats. Blocks known threats from running on your computer that are listed in Webroot’s threat definitions and in our community database. You should never disable this shield.

Rootkit shield - Blocks rootkits from being installed on your computer and removes any that are present.
Web shield - Blocks known threats encountered on the Internet and displays a warning. The Web shield maintains information on more than 200 million URLs and IP addresses to comprise the most accurate and comprehensive data available for classifying content and detecting malicious sites.

USB shield - Monitors an installed USB flash drive for threats, blocks and removes any threats that it finds.

Offline shield - Protects your system from threats while your computer is not connected to the Internet.

The shields are pre-configured, based on our recommended settings. You do not need to configure any settings yourself unless you are an advanced user and would like to change the settings.

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Firewall
The SecureAnywhere firewall monitors data traffic traveling out of your computer ports. It looks for untrusted processes that try to connect to the Internet and steal your personal information. It works with the Windows firewall, which monitors data traffic coming into your computer. With both the SecureAnywhere and Windows firewall turned on, your data has complete inbound and outbound protection.

You should not turn off either the Windows firewall or the SecureAnywhere firewall. If they are disabled, your system is open to many types of threats whenever you connect to the Internet or to a network. These firewalls can block malware, hacking attempts, and other online threats before they can cause damage to your system or compromise your security.

The SecureAnywhere firewall is preconfigured to filter traffic on your computer. It works in the background without disrupting your normal activities. If the firewall detects any unrecognized traffic, it opens an alert where you can block the traffic or allow it to proceed.

Backup & Sync
You can use Webroot's preconfigured folder called the Webroot Anywhere folder or you can create your own sync folders. Any files you place in these folders are automatically synchronized to any other computers with shared folders associated with your account, and to mobile devices with the Backup & Sync app installed.

SecureAnywhere constantly monitors the Anywhere folder and other sync folders. If the system detects a change, such as an edited file, a new file, or a deleted file, it immediately makes the same change to your online backups, to shared folders on other computers, and to mobile devices with the Backup & Sync app installed. If you are working offline, SecureAnywhere automatically picks up changes the next time you connect to the Internet.

If SecureAnywhere detects an edited file, it does not overwrite the original version stored in your account. Instead, it uploads the latest version and makes a copy of the original file. If necessary, you can revert back to previous versions, up to five. If you save changes a sixth time, your most recent version is saved and the oldest version is removed.

Identity Protection
Identity Protection protects you from identity theft and financial loss. It ensures that your sensitive data is protected, while safe-guarding you from keyloggers, screen-grabbers, phishing schemes, and other information-stealing techniques. Identity Protection consists of two shields: (1) Identity shield, and (2) Phishing shield.


Backing Up Files
Instead of synchronizing files with multiple devices, you can simply back them up. For example, you may want to back up tax returns, old photos, and a scanned copy of your passport. These types of documents won’t change and don’t need to be kept in synchronization with other computers.

System Optimizer
System Optimizer cleans up from your system by enabling or disabling the settings. The options on the settings list may change depending on what browsers and other applications you currently have installed.

Secure Erase
The Secure Erase feature described here allows you to specify how thoroughly the System Optimizer deletes files when it runs. You can also use this feature to enable a Secure Erase option on the Windows Explorer right-click menu. Normally, when you delete a file, you are moving it to the Recycle Bin, where anyone can access it. Even when you empty the Recycle Bin, you are not actually deleting the files; you are only deleting the operating system's pointers to the files. The actual data still exists on your hard drive and, unless it is overwritten by other data, it could be resurrected using special recovery tools.

The setting on the Secure Erase panel can tell the System Optimizer and the Windows Explorer right-click menu option to permanently remove files in a shredding process, which overwrites the data with random characters. This shredding feature is a convenient way to make sure no one can ever access your files with a recovery tool.

System Analyzer
This is a simple utility to quickly scan for threats, security vulnerabilities, and other computer problems. After the scan, it displays a report that describes any vulnerabilities it found. It also provides recommendations about enhancements that can increase system performance, privacy, and protection.






Latest version is Webroot SecureAnywhere Antivirus Version 9.0.24.37 
(Released 11-27-2018)






PC Agent Version 9.0.24.37 (Released 11-27-2018)

Added
  • Support for  ELAM (Early Launch AntiMalware) Driver.
  • System Analyzer updates.
  • Support for Windows 10 RS5 update.
Fixed
  • Issue with XP networking found in 9.0.24.28
  • Addressed network share slowness issues
  • Other bug fixes











CONTEST RULES


1. Giveaway is open to all members. 

2. Please post a funny/witty Christmas image/photo or GIF. Image/photo or GIF must reflect something related to the "Christmas" season/celebration and of course must be "funny/witty" and one that will make us laugh!

Post your entry below alongside your social media share.  

Please see sample entry below. 


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3. To show support to the sponsor/developer please share this giveaway by pasting the code below in your Facebook/Twitter/Google+ Account.


Code:
https://www.geeks.fyi/showthread.php?tid=4685
 




3. One entry per IP address ONLY. WE WILL BE CHECKING!

Only one entry per member entry is allowed. Dual entries will both be deleted and user will be banned from giveaway so please be careful.

If there are any questions / concerns pertaining to the giveaway/contest please get in touch with me through PM. Do not post it in this thread. Doing so will merit a warning and ultimately be banned from entering further giveaway/contests.





WINNER WILL RECEIVE

One (1) year license of WebrootSecureAnywhere Antivirus
(1 year 3 devices)









Winners will be selected by Webroot  Representative and once posted,
winners will only have 5 days to send a PM to claim their prize. 

Please include your details (Name / Email) in your PM claim. 


NO CONFIRMATION FOR THOSE WITH INSUFFICIENT/INCOMPLETE DETAILS.


Prize will be FORFEIT if a PM claim is not received within the specified timeframe. 

Prize will be FORFEIT if a PM claim is "not confirmed".




The Giveaways will run from 
December 10, 2018 to January 5, 2019





Good luck to all!!!



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GIVEAWAY / CONTEST IS NOW OPEN!
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Please count me in for this MakeUSLaugh contest. My contribution below Smile

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Thank you for this giveaway.
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Thanks!!!

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Thank you jasonX & Webroot for this great contest, and MERRY CHRISTMAS  TO ALL ! Smile
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Thanks a lot for the giveaway!
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Thanks, nice contest.
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