Webroot SecureAnywhere AntiVirus for Windows and Mac is possibly the best one you will ever come across.
The antivirus boasts the fastest scanning speed in the industry, and can finish scans in well under a minute. And it goes without saying that these scans do not impact the performance of the computer. The antivirus is also the smallest one, sitting at about 15MB. Don’t worry, you read that correctly.
You can use Webroot SecureAnywhere AntiVirus on every computer running Windows XP or Mac OS X Lion and above, even if your system has just 128MB of RAM. Isn’t that amazing? Not many people will have such an old computer, so you can imagine how well Webroot will run on your computer.
Webroot SecureAnywhere AntiVirus protects your computer all the time, and blocks viruses, malware and ransomware. That is not all it has in its arsenal, including the power to protect your online sessions.
This is possible thanks to the Identity Shield, which can prevent your personal data including social network information, from being stolen by malicious websites. The application blocks phishing websites in real-time too, to keep your banking and credit card information safe.
You can use the firewall in Webroot SecureAnywhere AntiVirus to block specific applications from connecting to the internet. The network monitor in the program, logs all internet activity, so you can use that to detect and block unknown connections.
You can stop worrying about online malware trying to access your computer’s webcam, because WebRoot blocks them automatically.
You can and view the status of your PC and manage the settings of your antivirus, from the cloud by using the SecureAnywhere website, after which the program is named for. This is possible using any web browser such as Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Internet Explorer.
The interface of Webroot SecureAnywhere AntiVirus is simple, and yet modern. You can use it to disable or enable the real-time shield, the web shield, and the firewall. The program schedules scans to be run automatically, but you can also run a manual scan your computer, and also to see when the last scan was run, how long it took for the scan to complete.