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go to control panel > programs and features , high light webroot antivirus and press uninstall
turned on or not that is where the uninstall wizard removes it from the hard drive
you may have to reboot the computer when it is finished to ensure that it is fully removed

Webroot Spy... | Answered on Dec 25, 2017


If your company has a hardware firewall, you can view the logs for all traffic and it will give you all IP addresses going out and where as long as the duration of the connection and the IP addresses they are connecting to. There is also software that you can install in each computer to monitor their use as long as you have notified your employees that the computers are the property of the company and that all activity is monitor,etc, etc (other legal stuff according to your state).
Both of this options require too much time and resources and if you have one problem person ruining it for the rest of your staff, my solution in the past has been to replace that person. You can also restrict web use at the firewall level or computer level to only specified websites necessary for daily business.
Hope this helps.
****this does not constitute any legal advice and the actions taken may not be applicable in your state.

Webroot Spy... | Answered on May 31, 2016


avg,norton,and mcfee.

Webroot Spy... | Answered on Mar 06, 2015


Sir,

First u reinstall all the spyware software. Install PC doctor and clean all the spyware. This is the best software i think....Or u check with best antivirus. ok. (NOD 32 is very best for anti-virus/anti-spyware). ok. check out.

thanks

Webroot Spy... | Answered on Feb 19, 2015


Check Add?Remove programmes to double check that it has been removed then re-install using whatever media you have (CD, download etc). When you re-install it may recognize a previous installation and give you the option to do a repair install. If that doesn't work contact Webroot Tech support.
CUSTOMER SUPPORT

Webroot Spy... | Answered on Aug 20, 2014


Hi John,
Can you please give some more detailed info , (error, msg, etc.)

Webroot Spy... | Answered on Apr 15, 2014


All Webroot products as of August 2011 were replaced by Webroot SecureAnywhere, which resolves all issues with prior products including SpySweeper and Webroot Antivirus. Existing users should visit the Webroot site for a free upgrade to SecureAnywhere.

Webroot Spy... | Answered on Mar 28, 2014


All Webroot products as of August 2011 were replaced by Webroot SecureAnywhere, which resolves all issues with prior products including SpySweeper and Webroot Antivirus. Existing users should visit the Webroot site for a free upgrade to SecureAnywhere.

Webroot Spy... | Answered on Mar 28, 2014


Webroot SpySweeper was discontinued in August of 2011 and replaced with Webroot SecureAnywhere. All Webroot users should visit the Webroot site for a free upgrade to SecureAnywhere, which resolves any issues with the old software.

Webroot Spy... | Answered on Mar 28, 2014


Webroot Spy Sweeper was discontinued in August of 2011 and replaced with Webroot SecureAnywhere. This upgrade solved all known and many unknown issues with SpySweeper and was provided free to all existing users.

Webroot Spy... | Answered on Mar 28, 2014


As of late 2011, Webroot Spy Sweeper was replaced by Webroot SecureAnywhere, which does not encounter problems with the Scan Now button. This new version was provided for free to all existing users and should be used instead of SpySweeper now.

Webroot Spy... | Answered on Mar 28, 2014


You are correct that the symptom you describe is caused by something interfering with Webroot. However as of late 2011, all Webroot security software was replaced with Webroot SecureAnywhere, which does not have problems like this. The upgrade was provided for free to all existing users at the time.

Webroot Spy... | Answered on Mar 28, 2014


As of Late 2011, SpySweeper was discontinued and replaced with Webroot SecureAnywhere. This was provided as a free upgrade to all existing users. If SpySweeper was the cause of the issue, the upgrade would resolve it. If Spy vs Spy is, in this case, unrelated to Webroot SpySweeper, then this cannot be helped.

Webroot Spy... | Answered on Mar 28, 2014


As of late 2012, Spy Sweeper is discontinued and should not be used. Webroot has replaced SpySweeper and other Webroot products with Webroot SecureAnywhere.

Webroot Spy... | Answered on Mar 28, 2014


Download the "trial" version of a different product: https://www.paretologic.com/safecart/order/paretologicas/ Or, pay $9.95 for their "anti-spyware" product.

Webroot Spy... | Answered on Jul 20, 2013


I just went through this this afternoon, I spent 8 hours removing and updating and loading McAfee and running it too.

Webroot is a bad program, it is hard to remove and some of the componets just cannot be removed unless you do a search for the file and then delete it....if you need a certain dll then the anti-virus should detect that and remove or quarantine it.

I would suggest that you remove Webroot, and install another anti-virus program...I swear by McAfee, it removed over 30 problems or quarantined them, it works and is well worth the money spent....If you have Comcast, it is FREE to download on all of your computers in your home....just part of the internet service.

PS...Uniblue registry booster is no good, and another one that is hard to remove...it has spyware too.

Webroot Spy... | Answered on May 05, 2013

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