Webroot antivirus is the well known security product which regularly gives updates to protect your device from latest threat and it can install through www.webroot.com/safe. In this blog you will read how you can easily manage system control in Webroot Antivirus.
It is used to scan the threats, security vulnerabilities and the other types of computer problems. After scanning, it shows you a report which tells you about the vulnerabilities it found.
From the system tray, you need to double-tap on the Webroot icon. Now, it shows you the main interface. After this, you need to click on the Utilities gear icon and then click on the System Control tab. At this point, you need to tap on the Run System Analyzer button. Here, it launches analyzer which shows you a progress report. When System Analyzer gives you a report then you should click on any one of the following:
1. You should click on View Report Details button, to see more detailed information.
2. You should click on Save Results button, to save the report.
3. You should click on the Close button, to exit the report.
2. Control Active Process:
The users use this to adjust the threat-detection settings for all programs and also the processes which are running on your computer. For this from the system tray, you should double-click on the Webroot icon. Now, the main interface appears on your screen. Then, you should click on the Utilities gear icon and then click on the System Control tab. Just under Control Active Processes, you should click on the Start button. It shows you a new panel which gives you a list of all active processes on your system. And for each process, you have to select one of the radio buttons like Allow, Monitor or Block.
After this, you should select one of the following:
You should click on Details Tab, to see more information about a particular process.
You should click on the Stop Untrusted Processes button, to terminate all untrusted processes. www.webroot.com/safe
3. Use SafeStart Sandbox:
If in case, the user wants to check a program if it is a malware, then you can test the program in a protected area i.e. in SafeStart Sandbox. For this from the system tray, you should double-click on the Webroot icon. Here, the main interface appears on your screen. After this, you should click on the Utilities gear icon and then click on the System Control tab. Just under SafeStart Sandbox, you should click on the Run SafeStart Sandbox button. At this point, the SafeStart Sandbox window appears on your computer screen. Here, you should Browse and then select the filename or just type in the path and the command through which you want to start. At this point, you should select or deselect the checkboxes which program you want to execute. At the end, you need to tap on the Start button.
Through this way you can manage the System Control in Webroot Antivirus. For installing Webroot, just visit to the official site via webroot.com/safe.