If you want to secure your computers and your smartphones and tablets, picking an all in one security solution is the best idea. And Webroot SecureAnywhere Internet Security Plus is the right choice for this.
You can use the security suite to protect your PC, Mac, smartphone or tablet, i.e., up to 3 devices.
Webroot SecureAnywhere Internet Security Plus is user friendly, thanks to the simple interface. Besides being able to run manual scans, you are free to disable and enable any of the three shields in the antivirus at any time. The antivirus can not only prevent viruses and other malware, but is so powerful that it blocks ransomware attacks, before the malware begins to encrypt your precious data.
The Webroot firewall can be used to stop programs from connecting to the internet, and by default prevent network based attacks. The application has a built in malicious website blocker, which also detects phishing websites, and keeps your financial information, and your online accounts safe. You can keep an eye on the network activity of the device using the built in network monitor.
Webroot’s antivirus is incredibly fast to scan your computer, with the average scan time just about a minute or so. The antivirus is also light on the RAM, so your computer will not lag. Webroot also happens to be one of the few antivirus programs, which support Windows XP.
You can use the SecureAnywhere online dashboard from any web browser, to monitor their status of the Webroot apps on your devices at the same time, and manage them with ease.
There is a built-in password in Webroot SecureAnywhere Internet Security Plus, which can be used to store your passwords and usernames securely. If you have a webcam connected to the PC, the antivirus will defend it from malware and hackers, and alert you when a program tries to access the camera.
The Webroot mobile apps are easy to use, and help secure your device from malware, and has remote tracking to find your lost phone.
Did we mention that Webroot SecureAnywhere Internet Security Plus weighs a measly 15MB?