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During the Offer Period, you will receive 25% off the MSRP purchase price (excluding applicable taxes) when you purchase a 1 year / 1 device, or a 1 year / 3 device subscription to Webroot Secure Anywhere® Anti Virus, 25% off the MSRP purchase price (excluding applicable taxes) when you purchase a 1 year / 3 device, or a 1 year / 5 device subscription to Webroot Secure Anywhere Internet Security Plus, or 25% off the MSRP purchase price (excluding applicable taxes) when you purchase a 1 year / 5 device subscription to Webroot Secure Anywhere Complete.

In addition, in October 2015, Microsoft announced that Windows will stop accepting SHA-1 end-entity certificates beginning in January 2017.

Therefore, beginning on November 28, 2016, Webroot will complete its adoption of SHA-2 in accordance with best practice for security service vendors.

If you’re still utilizing a Windows XP or Server 2003 and using Webroot, you will no longer be as protected starting November 28th, 2016.

Here is an email from Webroot we received: Important Notice: Re: Deprecation of SHA-1, important notice for users of Windows Server® 2003 and Windows XP® Operating Systems If you are operating Webroot Secure Anywhere® products on a device that uses either the Microsoft Windows XP or Windows Server 2003 operating systems, we encourage you to update your operating system in order to ensure that Webroot Secure Anywhere products continue to offer you the best level of protection.

It was happening frequently just automatically, but I can replicate the issue by manually checking for updates.

Teams is otherwise working fine, but every time it checks for updates automatically (which seems to be about every hour) it is crashing 100% of the time.

The Identity Shield secures your browsing sessions against Trojans, phishing attacks, and identity theft.

It ensures that your personal information – such as usernames, passwords, security codes, account numbers, and credit card numbers – stays protected as you bank, shop, and interact online.

Windows Server 2003 and Windows XP operating systems are not configured to use SHA-2 256 or higher encryption without corrective action.

Microsoft has published a KB article here explaining the issue and resolution paths.

The problem began in the afternoon on the US east coast when the antivirus product began falsely marking those files as W32. A thread on the company's website is already nine pages deep at the time of publishing, and news of the meltdown was evident on Twitter.


 
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15-Jul-2019 06:48