SecureAnywhere Website User Guide

SecureAnywhere Website User Guide
Management Website
User Guide
SecureAnywhere AntiVirus
SecureAnywhere Internet Security Plus
SecureAnywhere Complete
Copyright
Management Website User Guide
July, 2013
© 2012-2013 Webroot Software, Inc. All rights reserved. Webroot is a registered trademark and
SecureAnywhere is a trademark of Webroot Software, Inc. All other product and company names mentioned
may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
Table of Contents
Getting Started
1
Creating an account
2
Logging in to your account
6
Managing your Account
7
Adding devices with different keycodes
Managing consoles
8
10
Changing the default console name
10
Adding a new console
11
Switching between consoles
13
Editing your account settings
14
Adding your name, phone number, or time zone
15
Changing your password
15
Changing your security code
16
Changing your security question
17
Managing users
PC Security
18
21
Viewing PC status
22
Adding a PC
24
Editing the PC security settings
26
Viewing PC scan information
29
Scanning a PC remotely
31
Running the System Cleaner remotely
33
Deactivating a PC
35
Locking, shutting down, or restarting a PC
37
Mobile Security
39
Adding a mobile device
40
Viewing mobile account information
41
Viewing mobile security status and alerts
43
Viewing the mobile history
45
Using Lost Device Protection commands
47
Removing a mobile device
50
Changing the phone number
Backup & Sync
52
55
Getting Started with Backup & Sync
56
Accessing files and folders online
60
Customizing the display
62
Switching views
62
Customizing the folder display
63
Refreshing data
63
Restoring files from the Recycle Bin
64
Downloading files from your account
66
Uploading files and folders
68
Managing files and folders
70
Renaming a file
70
Moving a file
71
Deleting files or folders
72
Creating a new folder
73
Viewing the version history
75
Viewing device details
76
Viewing the Activity Log
78
Using the Windows Store app for Backup & Sync
80
Viewing account details
82
Passwords
83
Getting Started with Passwords
84
Using the Password Manager toolbar
87
Accessing Passwords from your account
90
Capturing login credentials
93
Capturing login credentials while in a website
93
Defining login credentials from the SecureAnywhere website
95
Capturing additional login credentials
97
Logging in to password-managed sites
99
Logging in to sites from a browser
99
Logging in to sites from the SecureAnywhere website
100
Generating secure passwords
101
Updating password-managed sites
103
Exporting and importing data
106
Importing passwords from other applications
106
Exporting user names and passwords
107
Using Form Fill Profiles
110
Creating Form Fill profiles
110
Populating fields with Form Fill profiles
112
Editing Form Fill profiles
113
Setting preferences
114
Using other browsers
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Index
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Getting Started
The Webroot® SecureAnywhere™ website provides a central portal from which you can view and manage
your protected devices. To access this website, open a browser, go to my.webrootanywhere.com, and enter
your Webroot account credentials. After you log in, the SecureAnywhere website (shown below) displays your
account data and the security status of all your devices.
Depending on the SecureAnywhere edition you purchased (AntiVirus, Internet Security Plus, or Complete),
some panels will be inactive. The Mobile Security panel is inactive if you did not activate SecureAnywhere
protection on a smartphone or tablet. The Backup & Sync and Passwords panels are inactive if your
SecureAnywhere edition does not include those features. For upgrade information, see Webroot's product
offerings.
To begin using the SecureAnywhere website, see the following topics:
Creating an account
2
Logging in to your account
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Creating an account
To use the SecureAnywhere website, you must create a Webroot account as described in this section.
Note: When you create an account, you automatically become the account administrator. The
administrator has full permissions on all account functions, which include adding other users and
specifying permissions for those users.
Before you begin, do the following:
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Install SecureAnywhere on your computer. (We recommend that you install SecureAnywhere first, but
you can do it later if you want.)
Have available the license keycode you used to install SecureAnywhere. (If you have additional
products and additional keycodes, you can add them later.)
Make sure you are using one of the following browsers:
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Internet Explorer, versions 8 and 9
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Firefox, versions 3.6 and higher
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Chrome or Safari, all versions
To create an account:
1. Open your browser to the SecureAnywhere website at my.webrootanywhere.com.
2. Under Create an account, click Sign up now.
3. Enter your information in the Create an account panel, as described in the following table.
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Create an account
Webroot Product
Keycode
Enter the license keycode you received when you purchased the product.
Email address
Enter your email address, which will also be used for your login name.
Your account activation confirmation will be sent to this address.
Password
Enter a minimum of 9 characters. Your password must contain at least 6
alphabetic characters and 3 numeric characters. Your password can be
longer than the required 9 characters. It can include special characters,
except for angle brackets: < and >. Your password is case sensitive.
As you type, the Strength meter shows how secure your password is. For
optimum security, you should make your password as strong as possible.
Your Personal
Security Code
Enter a word or number, which will be used for an extra security step
after you enter the password during login. Choose a code that is easy to
remember, using a minimum of 6 characters. Every time you log in, you
must also enter two random characters of this code. For example, if your
code is 123456 and it prompts you for the fourth and sixth character, you
would enter 4 and 6. Your Personal Security Code is case sensitive.
Security Question
Choose a question from the drop-down list. If you later forget the details
of your login, you need to provide the answer to this question to retrieve
the information.
Security Answer
Type an answer to your security question. The Security Answer is casesensitive.
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4. After you enter account details, click Register Now.
SecureAnywhere displays a confirmation message and sends an email to the address you specified. This
may take a few minutes.
Note: If your SecureAnywhere edition includes the Backup & Sync feature, another field appears that
prompts you to select a storage region. Select the region closest to you (U.S., Europe, or Japan), then
click Register Now again.
5. From your email system, open the confirmation email from Webroot and click the link. Your account
will not be created until you click this link.
6. When SecureAnywhere prompts you to enter two characters from the Personal Security Code, type the
requested characters and click Confirm Registration Now. For example, if your code is 123456 and it
prompts you for the fourth and sixth characters, you would enter 4 and 6.
The SecureAnywhere website opens, similar to the following example. The options that appear depend
on which SecureAnywhere editions you purchased (AntiVirus, Internet Security Plus, or Complete).
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The SecureAnywhere website provides the following features: Website features
PC Security
Get a global view into all your PCs with SecureAnywhere installed.
Using a web browser from a remote location, you can see whether your
computers are secure or infected.
Coming soon: Mac Security will be included in the SecureAnywhere
website.
Mobile Security
Get a global view into all your smartphones and tablets with
SecureAnywhere installed. If necessary, you can remotely locate a
missing mobile device with the Lost Device Protection feature.
Backup & Sync
Access your synchronized and archived files (if your SecureAnywhere
edition includes Backup & Sync). Using a web browser from a remote
location, you can download the latest version of a document from your
home or office computer.
See "Getting Started with Backup & Sync" on page 56.
Passwords
Access your saved passwords and profiles (if your SecureAnywhere
edition includes the Passwords feature). For example, if you can't
remember your login to a banking site, you can go to the Passwords panel
and view your user name and password.
Note: When you first log in, the Passwords panel displays a Set Up
Account Now button. See "Getting Started with Passwords" on page 84.
Account
Administration
Upgrade your products, add other devices, and manage additional users
in your account. If you are an administrator who manages device security
for others, you can organize groups of devices into "consoles." A console
might include a view of your home devices or your business devices. See
"Managing consoles" on page 10.
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Logging in to your account
To log in to your account in the SecureAnywhere website:
1. Open your browser to the SecureAnywhere website at my.webrootanywhere.com.
2. In the login panel, enter the email address and password you specified when you registered.
3. Click Log in.
4. At the personal security code prompt, type the requested characters and click Log in.
This personal security code was defined when you created a Webroot account. Every time you log in,
SecureAnywhere will require this extra security step. Be aware that it prompts for two random
characters of your code. For example, if your code is 123456 and it prompts you for the fourth and sixth
characters, you would enter 4 and 6.
Tip: If you forgot your password or security code, click the Can't log in? link, then click I forgot my
password or I forgot my security code. SecureAnywhere prompts you to enter your email address and
sends you an email message containing a link for resetting your password or security code.
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Managing your Account
For instructions about managing your account, see the following topics:
Adding devices with different keycodes
8
Managing consoles
10
Editing your account settings
14
Managing users
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Adding devices with different keycodes
If you installed SecureAnywhere on multiple PCs using the same multi-license keycode, the SecureAnywhere
website displays information for these PCs after a scan runs on each one. If you installed another Webroot
product on a device that uses a different keycode, you must manually add that keycode to your account, as
described in this section.
To add a device to your account:
1. Make sure SecureAnywhere is installed on the device you want to manage.
2. Open your browser and go to my.webrootanywhere.com. (See "Logging in to your account" on page 6.)
3. If you have multiple consoles, select the console under which you want to add the new keycode. (For
more information, see "Managing consoles" on page 10.)
4. From the drop-down menu next to your login ID, select Manage Keycodes.
SecureAnywhere displays the keycodes page.
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5. Click Add Product Keycode.
6. In the next panel, enter the new code and click Add.
SecureAnywhere verifies the code.
7. Run a scan on the device.
When the scan completes, it reports its status to the website.
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Managing consoles
When you first registered an account, SecureAnywhere organized your managed devices into a single
"console." A console is a collection of one or more devices running a Webroot product. If desired, you can
create multiple consoles, which can be convenient if you are managing devices for different people and
different purposes. For example, a small business owner might want to create consoles for home and business.
The "home" console could include the laptops and mobiles devices of family members. The "business" console
could include laptops and mobile devices of employees. By creating these separate consoles, the administrator
has simplified views into the devices used by family or by employees.
Note: A single console is sufficient for most people.
Changing the default console name
After you first create an account, SecureAnywhere automatically organizes your devices into a default console
called "Unnamed Console." If desired, you can change it to a more meaningful name.
To change the default console name:
1. Open your browser and go to my.webrootanywhere.com. (See "Logging in to your account" on page 6.)
2. Click Rename to the right of the console name.
3. Type a name, using alphanumeric characters and spaces only.
4. Click Save.
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Adding a new console
If you manage multiple devices for friends or employees, you might want to organize them into separate
consoles.
To add a new console:
1. Obtain a new keycode from Webroot for the devices that will be managed in the new console. Install
SecureAnywhere on those PCs with that new keycode.
2. Open your browser to the SecureAnywhere website at my.webrootanywhere.com.
3. Instead of logging in to your account, click Sign up now.
The system displays the same registration page you used to create your account.
4. In the first field, enter the new keycode.
5. In the remaining fields, specify your existing account information for the email address, password,
security code, and security question and answer.
6. Click Register Now.
Because you already created an account using your email address, SecureAnywhere recognizes your
information. The system prompts you to create a new console for the device.
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7. Click Select in the left panel to add a new console.
SecureAnywhere creates the console and prompts you to log in.
8. Log in with your account information.
A panel similar to the following example appears.
9. Choose the new "Unnamed Console." (You can rename it later, as described above.)
Your new console shows any device that use the keycode you entered.
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Switching between consoles
To switch to another console:
1. Click Change console.
2. Select the console you want to view.
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Editing your account settings
An account defines your user details (login name, password, etc.) and access permissions. You can add or
change any of the account settings, except the email address specified for your login name.
To access your account settings:
1. Open your browser and go to my.webrootanywhere.com. (See "Logging in to your account" on page 6.)
2. Click the down arrow at the right of your login ID, then select Account Settings.
SecureAnywhere displays the Account Settings page.
3. Click a Change link to edit information.
4. Refer to the following sections, depending on what settings you want to edit:
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Adding your name, phone, or time zone
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Changing your password
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Changing your security code
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Changing your security question
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Managing your Account
Adding your name, phone number, or time zone
If desired, you can add your name, contact information, and the time zone where your PCs are located. You
can also include a Display Name, which appears in the Manage Users panel (see "Managing users" on page
18).
1. Access your account settings as described above.
2. Click Change to the right of a name, phone, or time zone field.
The following dialog opens:
3. Enter or change the information, then click Save Details.
To change the time zone, click the pencil icon at the right, then type the country, region, or city to open a
drop-down menu of choices.
4. If you are the Admin for your account, you can also change access rights by clicking Access &
Permissions. For a description of permissions, see "Managing users" on page 18.
Changing your password
You entered a password when you created the account. If desired, you can change it in the account settings.
1. Access your account settings as described above.
2. Click Change to the right of the Password field.
The following dialog opens.
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3. In the first field, enter your old password.
4. In the second field, enter a minimum of 9 characters for your new password.
Your password must contain at least 6 alphabetic characters and 3 numeric characters. Your password
can be longer than the required 9 characters. It can include special characters, except for angle brackets:
< and >. Your password is case sensitive.
As you type, the Strength meter shows how secure your password is. For optimum security, you should
make your password as strong as possible.
5. Enter the same characters in the Repeat New Password field.
6. Click Change Password.
Changing your security code
You defined a security code when you created the account. As an extra security step, the SecureAnywhere
website prompts you for this code right after you log in. If desired, you can change the code.
1. Access your account settings as described above.
2. Click Change to the right of the Security Code field.
The following dialog opens:
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3. In the New Personal Security Code field, enter a word or number. Choose a code that is easy to
remember, using a minimum of 6 characters. Every time you log in, you must also enter two random
characters of this code. For example, if your code is 123456 and it prompts you for the fourth and sixth
character, you would enter 4 and 6. Your Personal Security Code is case sensitive.
4. In the second field, enter your current password.
5. Click Change Security Code.
Changing your security question
The security question allows Webroot to identify your account if you forget your user name, password, or
security code. If you answer the question correctly, we can retrieve the login information for you.
1. Access your account settings as described above.
2. Click Change to the right of the Security Question field.
The following dialog opens:
3. In the New Security Question field, choose a question from the drop-down list.
4. In the New Security Answer field, type an answer.
5. In the last field, enter your current password.
6. Click Change Security Question.
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Managing users
SecureAnywhere allows you to add other users to your account. You can then give them permission to access
security-related information on their devices using your account website.
To add a user to your account:
1. Open your browser and go to my.webrootanywhere.com. (See "Logging in to your account" on page 6.)
2. Click the down arrow at the right of your login ID, then select Manage Users.
SecureAnywhere displays a list of users for this account.
3. Click Create New User.
SecureAnywhere displays the Create New User screen.
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4. Enter an email address for this user and select their time zone. To change the time zone, click the pencil
icon at the right, then type the country, region, or city to open a drop-down menu of choices.
5. If desired, select the first Yes checkbox to give this user access to your account.
When you click Yes, additional fields appear as shown in the following example.
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6. Select the access permissions for each component:
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SecureAnywhere: The Home page of my.webrootanywhere.com. From here, the user
can access the other Webroot portals (PC Security, Mobile Security, Backup & Sync).
Select either Basic for limited access to consoles and account settings or Admin for full
access to all keycodes, users, and account settings in Webroot portals.
PC Security: The portal for viewing scan status on the PCs and sending commands to the
PCs. Select either Basic for read-only access or Admin for full access controls.
Mobile Security: The portal for viewing scan status on the mobile devices and for sending
commands to the devices. Select either Basic for read-only access or Admin for full
access controls.
Backup & Sync: The portal for accessing data stored with the Backup & Sync component.
Select either Basic for read-only access or Admin for full access controls.
7. If desired, select the second Yes checkbox next to Passwords Services? to give this user access to the
Passwords feature (for more information, see "Getting Started with Passwords" on page 84). When you
click Yes, additional fields appear as shown in the example above. Click the checkbox next to
Passwords to enable the service for this user. If you have more than one keycode in your account, select
the drop-down arrow in the Select a keycode field and click the keycode you want to associate with the
Passwords feature.
8. When you are finished, click Create User.
Webroot will send a confirmation email to the address you specified, which will contain an initial
password. The user opens the email, clicks the link, pastes in the initial password and enters a new
password in the form provided. Once this process is complete, the new user can log in to the Webroot
account.
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For instructions about managing PC security in the SecureAnywhere website, see the following topics:
Viewing PC status
22
Adding a PC
24
Editing the PC security settings
26
Viewing PC scan information
29
Scanning a PC remotely
31
Running the System Cleaner remotely
33
Deactivating a PC
35
Locking, shutting down, or restarting a PC
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Viewing PC status
From the website, you can globally review status information for your PCs. Status information includes scan
results and license information.
Note: To view PC status, you must first install SecureAnywhere on the PC, enter your Webroot account
credentials when prompted, then allow SecureAnywhere to run a scan.
To view the PC security status:
1. Open your browser and go to my.webrootanywhere.com. (See "Logging in to your account" on page 6.)
2. Click the PC Security tab or Go to PC Security.
3. When the PC Security panel opens, you can view more details by clicking an individual PC.
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If desired, you can switch between a list view and an icon view by clicking the button in the upper right:
4. In the About panel, you can view details about recent scans, the software version, keycode, and days
remaining on your license. You can also remotely change the security setting (see "Editing the PC
security settings" on page 26).
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Adding a PC
If you purchased a multi-license edition, you can install SecureAnywhere on additional PCs using the same
keycode. The SecureAnywhere website will display information about these PCs after a scan runs on each one,
as described in this section. If you used a different keycode to install SecureAnywhere, follow the instructions
in "Adding devices with different keycodes" on page 8.
To view all your PCs in the website:
1. Install SecureAnywhere on each PC, using your multi-seat license keycode.
2. When SecureAnywhere prompts for your account information, enter your user name (email address) and
password.
3. At the end of the installation routine, wait for SecureAnywhere to finish scanning the PC. Do not cancel
the scan.
Once the PC is scanned, SecureAnywhere reports into your account and adds the PC to the website.
4. Open your browser and go to my.webrootanywhere.com. (See "Logging in to your account" on page 6.)
The new PC appears in the PC Security panel. By default, SecureAnywhere shows the machine name.
5. Click the newly installed PC’s icon to open its information panel.
6. If you want to change the PC's displayed name, click the Edit link, enter a new name, and click the
checkmark to the right of the field.
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Editing the PC security settings
You can use the SecureAnywhere website to remotely change the PC's security setting to a higher or lower
level of protection, as described in this section. These levels of protection are a combination of
SecureAnywhere's heuristic settings, which include:
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Advanced Heuristics. Analyzes new programs for suspicious actions that are typical of malware.
Age Heuristics. Analyzes new programs based on the amount of time the program has been in the
community. Legitimate programs are generally used in a community for a long time, but malware often
has a short life span.
Popularity Heuristics. Analyzes new programs based on statistics for how often the program is used in
the community and how often it changes. Legitimate programs do not change quickly, but malware often
mutates at a rapid pace. Malware may install as a unique copy on every computer, making it statistically
unpopular.
These heuristic settings are applied to separate areas of your computer, including the local drive, USB drives,
the Internet, the network, CD/DVDs, and when your computer is offline. For more details, see "Adjusting
Heuristics" in the Webroot SecureAnywhere User Guide for PCs.
By default, PC security is set to "User Configuration," which means that you can control the settings from the
SecureAnywhere main interface on the PC. If you use the SecureAnywhere website to switch the security from
"User Configuration" to one of the other levels, it overrides SecureAnywhere's local settings on the PC.
To edit the PC security setting:
1. Open your browser and go to my.webrootanywhere.com. (See "Logging in to your account" on page 6.)
2. Click the PC Security tab or Go to PC Security.
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3. Click the PC you want to modify.
If desired, you can switch between a list view and an icon view by clicking the button in the upper right:
4. In the About panel, click the Edit link.
5. Click the drop-down arrow to open protection options. If you first want to learn about what the four
levels of protection will provide (low, medium, high, or maximum), click the blue question mark next to
Security Setting to display an information panel.
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6. Select from these options:
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User Configuration. Security settings are controlled by the main interface on the computer.
Low. All heuristics are set to Low. This is limited protection, which might be convenient for
software developers and highly technical users who run beta versions of software and don't want
those applications being blocked.
Medium. Heuristics are set to our recommended combination of Low, Medium, and High. This
setting is for normal, daily use.
High. All heuristics are set to High. Only use this setting if you suspect the PC is at risk. (This
setting results in a high number of alerts, which may block legitimate programs as well as
malware.)
Maximum. Most heuristics are set to Maximum. Only use this setting if you suspect the PC is
infected. (This setting results in a high number of alerts, which may block legitimate programs as
well as malware.)
7. Click the green checkmark to apply the new setting.
Be aware that if you change a setting to Low, Medium, High, or Maximum, it overrides
SecureAnywhere's local settings on the PC.
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Viewing PC scan information
You can remotely view detailed scan results for each PC in your account. Details include whether your
computers are secure or infected.
To view scan information for a PC:
1. Open your browser and go to my.webrootanywhere.com. (See "Logging in to your account" on page 6.)
2. Click the PC Security tab or Go to PC Security.
3. Click the PC you want to view.
If desired, you can switch between a list view and an icon view by clicking the button in the upper right:
4. Click the Scan Information tab at the top of the panel.
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The Scan Results panel shows the results of the last 10 scans on the PC, including the date and
time, and the IP address the computer used.
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The Recent Malicious files detected panel shows information for the last 10 malicious files that
were detected on the PC.
5. For more information about an infection, click the View Bads link.
Another panel opens with the file name and the threat category (for example, Trojan, Adware, etc.).
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Scanning a PC remotely
You can remotely scan a PC, if you are away from your computer and you suspect it might be infected (for
example, you are at work and a family member contacts you that the computer is acting strangely).
To remotely scan a PC:
1. Open your browser and go to my.webrootanywhere.com. (See "Logging in to your account" on page 6.)
2. Click the PC Security tab or Go to PC Security.
3. Click the PC you want to scan.
If desired, you can switch between a list view and an icon view by clicking the button in the upper right:
4. Click the Commands tab.
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5. From here, you can run one of the following scan types:
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Scan. Runs a scan on the PC and notifies you if it detected any threats, which allows you
to decide whether to quarantine the files or not.
Cleanup. Runs a scan on the PC and automatically quarantines files without notifying you.
6. Select either Scan or Cleanup, then click Confirm at the prompt.
The scan will run on the computer as soon as it receives the command, which should only take a minute
or two.
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Running the System Cleaner remotely
You can remotely run the System Cleaner on a PC, if you are away from your computer and want to guard your
privacy or hide your Internet traces (for example, you are at work and a family member wants to use your
personal computer).
Note: For more information about the System Cleaner, see SecureAnywhere User Guide for PCs.
To remotely run the System Cleaner on a PC:
1. Open your browser and go to my.webrootanywhere.com. (See "Logging in to your account" on page 6.)
2. Click the PC Security tab or Go to PC Security.
3. Click the PC you want to clean.
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If desired, you can switch between a list view and an icon view by clicking the button in the upper right:
4. Click the Commands tab., then System Cleaner.
5. Click Confirm at the prompt.
The cleanup will run on the computer as soon as it receives the command, which should only take a
minute or two.
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Deactivating a PC
Deactivating a PC removes it from the PC Security panel and removes the SecureAnywhere application from
your computer. You may want to deactivate a PC in the following circumstances:
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If you no longer use a PC that had SecureAnywhere installed.
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If you are replacing a PC with a new machine and you want to transfer the license.
Important: Deactivating a PC is not reversible; that is, you cannot reactivate it without reinstalling the
software.
To deactivate SecureAnywhere on a PC:
1. Open your browser and go to my.webrootanywhere.com. (See "Logging in to your account" on page 6.)
2. Click the PC Security tab or Go to PC Security.
3. Click the PC you want to deactivate.
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4. Click the Commands tab, then click Deactivate.
5. In the warning dialog, click Confirm.
The computer is deactivated as soon as it receives the command, which should be only a minute or two.
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Locking, shutting down, or restarting a PC
You can remotely lock, shut down, or restart a PC while you are away from your computer.
To issue one of these remote commands:
1. Open your browser and go to my.webrootanywhere.com. (See "Logging in to your account" on page 6.)
2. Click the PC Security tab or Go to PC Security.
3. Click the desired PC.
If desired, you can switch between a list view and an icon view by clicking the button in the upper right:
4. Click the Commands tab.
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5. From here, you can run one of the following commands:
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Lock. Locks the PC by activating the Windows Login screen. A user name and password
must be entered to log back in.
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Restart. Restarts the PC.
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Shutdown. Shuts down and turns off the PC.
6. Select either Lock, Restart, or Shutdown, and click Confirm at the prompt.
The computer should receive the command in a minute or two.
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For instructions about managing mobile devices in the SecureAnywhere website, see the following topics:
Adding a mobile device
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Viewing mobile account information
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Viewing mobile security status and alerts
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Viewing the mobile history
45
Using Lost Device Protection commands
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Removing a mobile device
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Changing the phone number
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Adding a mobile device
You can add Android smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices to your Webroot account. You must first
install one of the SecureAnywhere apps, which you can obtain by:
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Purchasing a SecureAnywhere edition that includes a license for mobile apps.These editions include
Complete and Internet Security Plus.
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Purchasing the standalone Premier app for Android devices.
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Downloading the free app for Android devices.
To download and install Webroot apps, see the following knowledgebase article:
http://www5.nohold.net/Webroot/Loginr.aspx?login=1&app=vw&solutionid=903.
Note: Website support for iOS devices is coming soon.
After you register the mobile device or create a Webroot account from the app, the device information will
appear in the SecureAnywhere website. For more information, see "Viewing mobile account information" on
page 41.
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Viewing mobile account information
From the website, you can view mobile account information, including the keycode and license status.
To view the mobile account information:
1. Open your browser and go to my.webrootanywhere.com. (See "Logging in to your account" on page 6.)
2. Click the Mobile Security tab or Go to Mobile Security.
3. In the Mobile Security panel, you can view more details by clicking an individual device.
If desired, you can switch between a list view and an icon view by clicking the button in the upper right:
When the About panel opens, you can view details about the device model, keycode, and days remaining
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on your license.
4. If you want to change the displayed name for your device, click the Edit link. Enter a new name and
click Save.
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Viewing mobile security status and alerts
You can view detailed status and alerts for your mobile devices.
To view mobile security status:
1. Open your browser and go to my.webrootanywhere.com. (See "Logging in to your account" on page 6.)
2. Click the Mobile Security tab or Go to Mobile Security.
3. Click on the mobile device.
If desired, you can switch between a list view and an icon view by clicking the button in the upper right:
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4. Click on the Security Status tab.
5. If your device is in a warning state, you can view more information by clicking the "X items need
attention" link:
You can only fix an issue from the SecureAnywhere app on your mobile device. The main panel will provide
options for fixing the issue.
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Viewing the mobile history
You can view a history of activity on the device, including information on the scan history and threat definition
updates.
To view mobile history:
1. Open your browser and go to my.webrootanywhere.com. (See "Logging in to your account" on page 6.)
2. Click the Mobile Security tab or Go to Mobile Security.
3. Click on the mobile device.
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If desired, you can switch between a list view and an icon view by clicking the button in the upper right:
4. Click on the History tab.
You can view a history for the past 7 Days, 30 Days, 60 Days, or 90 Days.
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Using Lost Device Protection commands
Lost Device Protection helps you lock and locate a missing mobile device. You can issue the commands from
the SecureAnywhere website or from another smartphone.
Note: Lost Device Protection commands will lock down your phone. To unlock it, you must enter your
Webroot password. Make sure you remember your password before issuing the command.
To issue a Lost Device Protection command:
1. Open your browser and go to my.webrootanywhere.com. (See "Logging in to your account" on page 6.)
2. Click the Mobile Security tab or Go to Mobile Security.
3. In the Mobile Security panel, you can view more details by clicking an individual device.
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If desired, you can switch between a list view and an icon view by clicking the button in the upper right:
4. At the top of the panel, click the Lost Device Protection tab.
5. In the Lost Device Protection panel, select from one of the commands listed in the following table.
Lost Device commands
Lock
Remotely locks the device and prevents its unauthorized use. Once it's
locked, you must use your account password to unlock it.
Wipe
(Premier/Complete
version only)
Immediately locks the device, then performs a factory reset to remove
everything on your device, including your personal data, your apps, and
your account. Do not use this command unless you are absolutely sure
that your device is permanently lost and you want to completely wipe
it. Before wiping data, SecureAnywhere turns off the Auto-sync function
so it won't delete anything you have previously uploaded to the Gmail
servers, such as contacts or calendar entries.
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Lost Device commands
Locate
Locks your device (same as the Lock command, described above), then
responds with a link to a Google Maps page showing your device's
current location. Note: For the Locate command to work, the device must
have either a GPS, Wi-Fi, or a telephony connection. Also, if your device
does not support SMS or if Webroot does not support your carrier, then
you must have logged into the Android Marketplace.
Scream
Locks your phone (same as the Lock command, described above) and
then blasts a loud screaming noise from your phone to help you locate the
device or scare a thief. The noise will continue for up to two minutes or
until you unlock the device with your password.
Customize Lock
Screen
Locks your phone (same as the Lock command, described above) and
displays a text message on its panel. When you use this command, you
can enter instructions for returning the phone, such as "If found, call 5555555."
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Removing a mobile device
If you no longer use a mobile device shown in the SecureAnywhere website, you can remove it from the list.
To remove a device from the display:
1. Open your browser and go to my.webrootanywhere.com. (See "Logging in to your account" on page 6.)
2. Click the Mobile Security tab or Go to Mobile Security.
3. In the Mobile Security panel, click on the mobile device you want to remove.
If desired, you can switch between a list view and an icon view by clicking the button in the upper right:
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4. Click Remove This Device, located below the device image (accessible from any tab).
Note: Be aware that removing a device from the website does not uninstall the app from your phone or
tablet. If you power on the device again later and it checks back in with the SecureAnywhere app, the
device reappears in this website.
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Changing the phone number
If you change your phone number, you can enter the new number in the SecureAnywhere website.
To change the displayed phone number:
1. Open your browser and go to my.webrootanywhere.com. (See "Logging in to your account" on page 6.)
2. Click the Mobile Security tab or Go to Mobile Security.
3. Click on the mobile device.
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If desired, you can switch between a list view and an icon view by clicking the button in the upper right:
4. Next to the displayed phone number, click the Edit link.
5. Enter the new number and click Save.
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To get started with Backup & Sync, see the following topics:
Getting Started with Backup & Sync
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Accessing files and folders online
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Customizing the display
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Switching views
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Customizing the folder display
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Refreshing data
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Restoring files from the Recycle Bin
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Downloading files from your account
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Uploading files and folders
68
Managing files and folders
70
Renaming a file
70
Moving a file
71
Deleting files or folders
72
Creating a new folder
73
Viewing the version history
75
Viewing device details
76
Viewing the Activity Log
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Using the Windows Store app for Backup & Sync
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Viewing account details
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Getting Started with Backup & Sync
If your SecureAnywhere edition includes Backup & Sync, you can protect your important files and photos as
follows:
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Storing files in the Anywhere folder or in your own sync folders. You can use Webroot's
preconfigured folder called the Anywhere folder or you can create your own sync folders. Any files you
place in these folders are automatically synchronized in your account, to any other computers with
shared folders, and to mobile devices with the Backup & Sync app installed.
SecureAnywhere constantly monitors the Anywhere folder and other sync folders. If it detects a change
(an edited file, a new file, or a deleted file), it immediately makes the same change to your online
account, to shared folders on other computers, and to mobile devices with the Backup & Sync app
installed. If you are working offline, SecureAnywhere automatically picks up changes the next time you
connect to the Internet.
If SecureAnywhere detects an edited file, it does not overwrite the original version stored in your
account. Instead, it uploads the latest version and makes a copy of the original file. If necessary, you can
revert back to previous versions (up to five). If you save changes a sixth time, your most recent version
is saved and the oldest version is removed.
To learn more about the preconfigured Anywhere folder, see SecureAnywhere User Guide for PCs.
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Backing up files. Instead of synchronizing files with multiple devices, you can simply back them up. For
example, you may want to back up tax returns, old photos, and a scanned copy of your passport. These
types of documents won’t change and don’t need to be kept in synchronization with other computers.
To learn more about backups, see SecureAnywhere User Guide for PCs.
Backup and Sync features are available from the SecureAnywhere interface installed on your computer, from a
mobile device with the Backup & Sync app installed, and from the SecureAnywhere website. These
instructions provide procedures for using Backup & Sync features available from the website. For detailed
information about using Backup and Sync features from the main interface or your mobile device, see Webroot
SecureAnywhere Help and Product Guides.
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To get started with Backup & Sync:
1. If you have not yet created an account in the SecureAnywhere website, click Sign up now in the Create
an Account panel. For detailed instructions, see "Creating an account" on page 2.
2. Open SecureAnywhere on your computer and make sure the Backup & Sync component is configured.
Click the Backup & Sync tab. If you see the following panel, click Log in to begin configuration. For
detailed instructions, see the SecureAnywhere User Guide for PCs.
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When it's configured, the Backup & Sync panel looks similar to the following example.
3. If desired, you can install the Backup & Sync app on your mobile devices. For instructions on installing
the apps on your mobile devices, go to
http://www5.nohold.net/Webroot/Loginr.aspx?login=1&app=vw&solutionid=903.
4. Once Backup & Sync is configured on your computers and mobile devices, access your online account
by logging in to my.webrootanywhere.com.
5. From the Home panel of the website, click Go to Backup & Sync.
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The Backup & Sync web page opens, which looks similar to the following example.
The Backup & Sync page includes three tabs across the top:
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Files and Folders. Shows synchronized and backed up files. From this tab, you can upload and
download files; view, move, delete, and rename files; and perform other tasks. For details, see
"Managing files and folders" on page 70 and "Customizing the display" on page 62.
Note: Be aware that any changes, deletions, or additions you make in the synchronized folders are also
propagated to your online SecureAnywhere account and to other synchronized folders on other
computers.
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Activity log. Keeps track of all Backup & Sync activity for this account. For details, see "Viewing the
Activity Log" on page 78.
Devices. Shows details about your backed up and synchronized devices. For details, see "Viewing
device details" on page 76.
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Accessing files and folders online
In the Files and Folders tab, you can manage and access all your synchronized and archived files. From here,
you can upload, delete, and rearrange files and folders.
Note: Be aware that any changes, deletions, or additions you make in the synchronized folders are also
propagated to shared folders on other computers.
An example of the Files and Folders page is shown below.
The left panel shows your two default storage folders (Anywhere and Backup) and any sync folders you
created from SecureAnywhere on your computer. You can click on a folder to view its content on the right.
The Anywhere folder is a synchronization folder automatically configured for you. You can use it to access the
latest version of files that you may want to access remotely, such as when you travel. Files you place in the
Anywhere folder are synchronized with all devices in your account that have the Backup & Sync component
configured. The Backup folder is an archive folder for each device associated with your account. All files you
upload to this folder are automatically backed up according to the schedule specified in the main interface. For
more details about the Anywhere and Backup folders, see SecureAnywhere User Guide for PCs.
The Actions drop-down menu provides tasks you can perform on the folder that is highlighted in the left panel.
This menu changes depending on what storage folder you have selected.
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Actions Menu item
View Files and
Folders
Shows the content of a folder.
View Recycle Bin
Shows the contents of the deleted files folder. You can retrieve files
from the Recycle Bin, if desired.
Rename Storage
Folder
Allows you to give the folder a different name.
Delete Storage Folder
Allows you to remove the folder you select. Deleted folders are moved
to the Recycle Bin.
Note: If you delete the folder from the website, it is not deleted from the
synchronized computers or mobile devices. However, if you empty the
Recycle Bin, the folder on your local computer or mobile device will be
deleted at that time.
Empty Recycle Bin
Removes the contents of the deleted files folder. Be aware that when
you remove files and folders from the Recycle Bin that were previously
in sync folders, those files and folders will be removed from your
computer or mobile device.
Show Properties
Displays another panel that shows the used storage space and what
computers include this folder.
Download Zip Archive Allows you to download multiple folders and files in a single archive
file.
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Customizing the display
Within the Files and Folders page, you can switch from a details to images view, sort data, and refresh data.
Switching views
For folders that contain images, you can switch between detail view and image view. To display detailed view,
click the Detail icon as shown below.
To display the image view, click the Image icon as shown below.
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Customizing the folder display
While you are in detail view, you can move columns and change the sorting.
To move a column:
1. Grab the column header by left-clicking on it.
2. Drag the column to its new location.
To change the sorting:
1. To select a column as the "sort by" column, click the column heading.
2. Optionally, run the pointer over the column heading.
A down arrow appears.
3. Click the down arrow to display the menu and select either Sort Ascending or Sort Descending.
Refreshing data
You may want to refresh data to make sure you have the latest version of files from all devices synchronized
with this account.
To refresh data:
Click the Refresh icon as shown below.
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Restoring files from the Recycle Bin
When you delete a file from a storage container, the system moves it to a SecureAnywhere Recycle Bin for
that specific storage container. If you accidentally deleted files or folders, you can retrieve them from the
Recycle Bin.
To restore a file or folder from the Recycle Bin:
1. Open your browser and go to my.webrootanywhere.com. (See "Logging in to your account" on page 6.)
2. Click Go to Backup & Sync.
3. From the left panel, select the folder where you previously deleted the file.
4. Select Actions > View Recycle Bin.
5. When the file and folders in the Recycle Bin appear, right-click the file or folder you want to restore.
Then click Restore.
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Note: If you want to permanently delete files from the Recycle Bin, you can select Actions > Empty
Recycle Bin. Be aware that if you empty the Recycle Bin, you can never recover the files. Also, if you
delete a synchronized file or folder, it is removed from the computer and you cannot recover it.)
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Downloading files from your account
Using any device with an Internet connection, you can download files residing in your Anywhere folder, a sync
folder, or the Backup folder. For example, if you are traveling and need access to a file, simply log in to your
SecureAnywhere account and download the file. You can download a single file or a group of files as a Zip
archive, as described below.
To download a single file:
1. From the left panel, select the folder that contains the file you want to download.
2. In the center panel, right-click the file you want to download.
SecureAnywhere displays a menu of actions.
3. Click Download.
SecureAnywhere asks if you want to Open, Save or Cancel the download.
4. If you want to save the file, click Save and browse to the folder on your local device where you want to
save the file. If you want to open the file, select Open.
SecureAnywhere searches for the file's associated program and opens it.
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To download large or multiple files and/or folders:
1. Use CTRL-click to highlight the files and/or folders you want to download.
2. Right-click the files to open the menu and select Download as Zip Archive. Or select the Download as
Zip button, shown below.
SecureAnywhere asks if you want to open or save the group of files and folders.
3. Click Save, and then select the local file folder for the zip file.
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Uploading files and folders
From any browser, you can manually upload files and folders to your online account in the SecureAnywhere
website. The Upload feature is convenient if you are traveling and are away from your main computer. You
can place files in the Anywhere folder or another sync folder to immediately synchronize files to your computer
and mobile devices. You can also place files in the Backup folder for archival.
To upload files:
1. Open your browser and go to my.webrootanywhere.com. (See "Logging in to your account" on page 6.)
2. Click Go to Backup & Sync.
3. From the left panel, select the destination folder.
4. Click the Upload button (green with white plus sign).
SecureAnywhere displays the Upload Files popup window.
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5. Click Select Files to browse to the file you want to upload.
6. Browse to and select the file or folder.
The Upload progress displays in the window.
7. Repeat the above steps to upload more, or click Close to exit the window.
When you click Close, the uploaded files are added to the folder.
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Managing files and folders
From the SecureAnywhere website, you can manage files or folders by renaming, moving, deleting, and adding
them. Be aware that if you make these changes to the Anywhere folder or another sync folder, all changes are
propagated to your computers and mobile devices with SecureAnywhere installed.
Renaming a file
You can rename a file from the website. Be aware that if you are renaming a synchronized file or folder, the
change will be propagated across all synchronized devices.
To rename a file:
1. Select the file you want to rename.
2. Right-click the filename, and then select Rename. You can also click the Rename (pencil) icon, as
shown below.
3. When SecureAnywhere prompts for the new name, enter the new name and click Apply.
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Moving a file
You can move a file to a different folder from the website. Be aware that if you are moving a synchronized file
or folder, the change will be propagated across all synchronized devices.
To move a file:
1. Click on the file you want to move, or use CTRL-Click to highlight multiple files.
2. Right-click on the filename, and then select Move. You can also click the Move (file hierarchy) icon, as
shown below.
SecureAnywhere displays the Move To window, showing the destination options for the move.
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3. Select the new destination folder and click Select.
SecureAnywhere displays a progress bar while performing the move.
Deleting files or folders
You can delete a file or folder from the website. Be aware that if you are deleting a synchronized file or folder,
the change will be propagated across all synchronized devices. Deleted filed are moved to the Recycle Bin
where you can recover them later, if necessary. If you empty the Recycle Bin (permanently delete the files or
folders), the files are also removed from the computer and you cannot recover them.
To delete a file or folder:
1. Click on the file you want to delete, or use CTRL-Click to highlight multiple files.
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2. Right-click and select Delete or click the Delete (X) icon, as shown below.
3. When SecureAnywhere prompts for a confirmation, click OK.
Creating a new folder
You can create a new folder from the website. Be aware that if you are adding a subfolder to a synchronized
folder, the change will be propagated across all synchronized devices.
To create a folder:
1. Highlight the storage folder where you want to create a new folder.
2. Click the Create a New Folder icon, as shown below.
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3. When SecureAnywhere prompts for a name,enter a name and click Apply.
The new folder is added to the storage folder.
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Viewing the version history
You can save up to five previous versions of a file. (If you save changes a sixth time, your most recent versions
are saved and the oldest version is removed.) You can download any of those saved versions.
To view the version history:
1. Open your browser and go to my.webrootanywhere.com. (See "Logging in to your account" on page 6.)
2. Click Go to Backup & Sync.
3. Right-click on the desired file and select Show Versions.
The Version History panel opens. The first file, Index "0," is the most current version.
4. If desired, you can download a previous version by right-clicking on its row and clicking Download. You
can also reset a file to the current version by selecting Set Current or remove an old version by clicking
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Viewing device details
The Devices tab displays information about each device with Backup & Sync configured. It also shows the
storage folders associated with each device.
To display details about a device:
1. Open your browser and go to my.webrootanywhere.com. (See "Logging in to your account" on page 6.)
2. Click Go to Backup & Sync.
3. Click the Devices tab at the top of the page.
4. Click on an individual device.
The details window pops up, as shown in the following example.
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The table below provides descriptions for the device details.
Device details
About tab:
Title
By default, SecureAnywhere shows the host name. Click the Edit link to
change the name, then click the green checkmark to save the new name.
Host Name
The host name of the device.
Last Connected
The date and time this device was last synchronized.
Type
The type of device, such as Desktop Computer.
Deauthorize
Click the X to disconnect this device from the account.
Storage Folders tab:
(Names of folders)
Shows a list of synchronized folders associated with this device.
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Viewing the Activity Log
The Activity Log keeps track of all user activity for all folders and devices associated with your account.
To view the Activity Log:
1. Open your browser and go to my.webrootanywhere.com. (See "Logging in to your account" on page 6.)
2. Click Go to Backup & Sync.
3. Click the Activity Log tab at the top of the screen.
A sample Activity Log is shown below.
The following table provides descriptions for each column.
Activity Log
Date
The date and time the activity was performed.
Activity
The type of activity performed.
Item
The file or folder name associated with the activity.
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Activity Log
Storage Folder
The name of the Storage Folder where the activity took place.
By User
The SecureAnywhere account ID of the user.
Via Device
The name of the device where the activity took place. This will either
indicate a device name or display "WebPortal" for activity that took
place from the website.
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Using the Windows Store app for Backup & Sync
If you purchased a multi-license edition, you can download the Backup & Sync Windows Store app to a
Windows 8 or RT device.
Note: For further instructions, see User Guide for the Backup & Sync Windows Store App.
To download and install the Windows Store app:
1. From the Windows Start screen, select the Store tile.
2. From the Store, go to the Productivity category.
3. Locate the Webroot Backup & Sync app and select Install.
4. When you see the Webroot tile on your desktop, select the tile to open Backup & Sync.
5. At the first screen, enter your Webroot account login credentials and your keycode.
The Backup & Sync app will synchronize with your Webroot account in the cloud. If you have folders in
your account, you will see those folders appear, similar to the following example:
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The Backup & Sync app provides options for managing your files and folders, as described below:
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A taskbar provides options for adding files, refreshing the display, selecting all files, viewing details,
and creating a new folder. (This taskbar is available at the bottom of the panel.) When a folder view is
displayed, the following options appear:
If a file is selected, additional options appear for deleting files, clearing selections, and saving files:
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The Charms bar provides access to Backup & Sync settings. (Move your mouse to the bottom, right
corner to display these options.) Click on Settings to access the Backup & Sync settings, which allows
you to view app information, access Help, view account settings, and change permissions.
The following Backup & Sync Settings appear:
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Viewing account details
To view information about your Backup account, click the blue Information button in the upper right corner:
A panel opens that shows your account details, storage space and user details.
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To get started with SecureAnywhere password management, see the following topics:
Getting Started with Passwords
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Using the Password Manager toolbar
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Accessing Passwords from your account
90
Capturing login credentials
93
Capturing login credentials while in a website
93
Defining login credentials from the SecureAnywhere website
95
Capturing additional login credentials
97
Logging in to password-managed sites
99
Logging in to sites from a browser
99
Logging in to sites from the SecureAnywhere website
100
Generating secure passwords
101
Updating password-managed sites
103
Exporting and importing data
106
Importing passwords from other applications
106
Exporting user names and passwords
107
Using Form Fill Profiles
110
Creating Form Fill profiles
110
Populating fields with Form Fill profiles
112
Editing Form Fill profiles
113
Setting preferences
114
Using other browsers
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Getting Started with Passwords
If your SecureAnywhere edition includes Passwords, you can use the following features:
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Capture user names and passwords and fill them in automatically when you access a website.
Set up a profile you can use to fill in more extensive web forms automatically, such as credit card
payment forms.
Generate secure passwords for all your commonly-used websites.
With the Password Manager, you will never need to remember multiple login names and passwords, write them
down on paper, or store them in an unencrypted file on your device. Plus, the Password Manager works across
all your devices, including laptops, mobile phones, and tablets.
Important note about the security of your Password Manager data: To keep your data safe from
hackers, the Password Manager encrypts all your personal data on your local computer.
SecureAnywhere uses the same encryption method employed by the US Government for Top Secret
data. The encrypted data is meaningless to Webroot and to anyone else without the decryption key. This
key is stored on your own computer and is created using your email address and master password. This
personal data is never sent over the Internet.
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To get started with Passwords:
1. If you have not yet created an account in the SecureAnywhere website, click Sign up now in the Create
an Account panel. For detailed instructions, see "Creating an account" on page 2.
2. Open SecureAnywhere on your computer and make sure the Passwords component is configured. For
detailed instructions, see SecureAnywhere User Guide for PCs.
The Password Management panel looks similar to the example below.
3. If desired, you can install the SecureWeb app on your mobile devices for password management. For
instructions on installing the apps on your mobile devices, go to
http://www5.nohold.net/Webroot/Loginr.aspx?login=1&app=vw&solutionid=903.
4. Once the Passwords component is configured on your computers and mobile devices, access your online
account by logging in to my.webrootanywhere.com.
5. From the Home panel of the website, click Set Up Account Now in the Passwords panel.
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When the Passwords component is configured, the Set Up Account Now button changes to Go to
Passwords. (This may take about 15 minutes.)
6. Make sure your user account has Password Services enabled. See "Managing users" on page 18.
7. Click Go to Passwords to access the Password Manager.
The Passwords panel opens, similar to the example below.
A Webroot SecureAnywhere icon appears in the toolbar of your browser, along with a drop-down arrow
and menu of features. To access Password Management functions, click on the drop-down arrow and log
in to your SecureAnywhere account (use your SecureAnywhere login credentials). Tip: If you do not see
the icon in your browser, reboot your machine.
Internet Explorer:
Firefox:
When you are logged in to your account from the toolbar, SecureAnywhere prompts you to save login
credentials whenever you access a website that requires a user name and password. For details, see
"Capturing login credentials" on page 93.
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Using the Password Manager toolbar
You can access Password Manager functions from your browser’s toolbar. When you are signed in to your
Webroot account from the toolbar, SecureAnywhere can automatically fill in your login credentials for sites
that require a user name and password. The toolbar also allows you to access favorite sites, auto-fill data into
web forms, and other tasks.
To access Password Manager functions in your browser's toolbar:
1. Open Internet Explorer or Firefox.
2. Log in to your SecureAnywhere account by clicking the Webroot icon in your browser’s toolbar.
Internet Explorer:
Firefox:
3. In the dialog, enter your SecureAnywhere user name and password.
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4. Once you are logged in, click on the drop-down arrow to display the Passwords menu:
From this menu, you can log in to your sites, fill forms with personal data, save data entered into forms, and set
preferences for the Password Manager. See the following table for more information.
Passwords menu
Logoff
Logs out of your Webroot SecureAnywhere account.
Recently Used
Click the arrow to access a list of password-managed sites that you
recently visited.
Sites
Click the arrow to access a list of all password-managed sites that you
defined, organized by group. If you did not specify a group for a site, that
group is listed under (none). Sites allows you to save credentials while
the website is loaded (the Password Manager will save as much data as
it can from the website fields currently displayed).
Open Favorites
Opens websites you designated as a favorite when you captured login
credentials for the site. You can view, edit, and delete sites in your
Favorites list. For more information, see "Updating password-managed
sites" on page 103.
Form Fills
Click the arrow to access form-fill commands. You can use a form-fill
profile to populate fields in the currently displayed website, edit or delete
a form-fill profile, add a form-fill profile, and clear fields in a form.
Preferences
Opens the Preferences dialog for modifying the behavior of the Password
Manager. For more information, see "Setting preferences" on page 114.
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Passwords menu
Help
Opens the Webroot SecureAnywhere Help website.
Tools
Click on Tools to access:
Generate Secure Password. See "Generating secure passwords" on
page 101.
Site Search. If you defined numerous password-managed sites, use this
search feature to find the site you need.
Recheck Page. Some sites use Javascript or Ajax to dynamically show
the login form. If this is the case, you can click Recheck Page to properly
fill in the saved login fields.
Refresh Sites. If you edited site information and the changes don't
appear immediately, click Refresh Sites to force the changes.
Import From. See "Exporting and importing data" on page 106.
Export To. See "Exporting and importing data" on page 106.
Print. Allows you to print your password-managed site information.
Clear Local Cache. If you use the Password Manager from a public
computer, the encrypted data is stored on that computer. Select Clear
Local Cache to remove any files stored during your session.
Add Site. See "Capturing login credentials" on page 93.
Save All Entered Data. Saves all the information entered in fields. See
"Capturing login credentials" on page 93.
(Current Site Name) Click the arrow to access Password Manager
functions for the current website (only appears if a password-managed
site is currently displayed). Functions include auto-filling fields in the
website, copying your user name and password to paste in another site,
editing the site information, and deleting the site information.
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Accessing Passwords from your account
You can access all your saved credentials and other personal information from your account in the
SecureAnywhere website. In the Passwords page, you can also edit information you saved for logins, formfills, and favorite sites.
To access the Password Manager functions from the SecureAnywhere website:
1. Log in to my.webrootanywhere.com.
2. Click Go to Passwords.
The Passwords page looks similar to the following example. When you begin saving login credentials
and organizing them in groups, the definitions appear under the Sites tab.
The following table provides a description for each feature on the Passwords page.
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Passwords page
Sites
Provides a list of password-managed sites. You can edit, open, or delete
previously defined sites and the groups you created for them. See
"Capturing login credentials" on page 93.
Favorites
Provides a list of sites you have designated as a favorite when you
captured login credentials for the site. You can view, edit, and delete
sites in your Favorites list.
Form Fill profiles
Provides a list of profiles you have defined to fill in forms. You can
view, edit, and delete Form Fill profiles. See "Using Form Fill Profiles"
on page 110.
Passwords
Provides a list of generated passwords. You can view, edit, and delete
generated passwords. See "Generating secure passwords" on page 101.
MyIdentity actions >
Add site
Allows you to manually define login credentials for a password-managed
site. See "Capturing login credentials" on page 93.
MyIdentity actions >
Add group
Allows you to define a group for password-managed sites. Groups help
you organize sites into categories for easier viewing. When you add a
group, it is added to the group drop-down list available for selection when
you define credentials on a website.
MyIdentity actions >
Allows you to define a profile that will be used to fill in forms
Add a Form Fill profile automatically. A profile includes such personal information as your
name, address, and credit card numbers. This feature saves you from
manually typing your personal data into web forms every time you make
an online purchase, complete a survey, and so on. For instructions,
"Using Form Fill Profiles" on page 110.
MyIdentity actions >
Open all Favorites
Allows you to open sites that you specified as Favorites. All the sites
open at once in separate tabs of your web browser, which can be
convenient if you use the Passwords page as your browser’s home page.
MyIdentity actions >
View deleted items
Allows you to view and recover any groups or sites you previously
deleted.
MyIdentity actions >
View history
View a list of tasks you performed with the Password Manager.
MyIdentity actions >
View Never list
Allows you to suppress the toolbar prompts for specific websites. In the
dialog, select the type of prompts to suppress and enter the websites
where you do not want to see those prompts.
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Passwords page
MyIdentity actions >
Install Bookmarklets
Allows you to create Bookmarklets, which help you access data if you
are traveling, have a mobile browser, or are using an unsupported
browser. See "Using other browsers" on page 117.
MyIdentity actions >
Import data
Allows you to import data from another password-management
application. For instructions, see "Exporting and importing data" on page
106.
MyIdentity actions >
Export data
Copy your user names and passwords into an Excel spreadsheet. For
instructions, see "Exporting and importing data" on page 106.
Recently visited sites
Shows a list of recently visited sites.
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Capturing login credentials
When you are logged in to your SecureAnywhere account and access a website that requires a username and
password, the Password Manager automatically detects any information you enter into login fields and prompts
you to capture the credentials. Later, when you open that website again, the Password Manager can populate
the fields or log you in automatically.
Two methods are available for capturing login credentials:
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Open a website and allow the Password Manager to capture the information as you type it. This is the
quickest method.
Manually define login credentials in the Passwords page of your online SecureAnywhere account.
Capturing login credentials while in a website
To capture login credentials:
1. Make sure you are logged in to your SecureAnywhere account. (Click the Webroot icon in your
browser’s toolbar, then enter your SecureAnywhere user name and password.) If you are not logged in,
you will be prompted to do so.
Internet Explorer:
Firefox:
2. Open a website that requires login credentials, such as a banking site, an account with an Internet
vendor, or a social media site.
3. Log in to the site with your user name and password.
As the site logs you in, the Password Manager detects the user name, password, and URL. It then
prompts you to save the login information from a green toolbar near the top of your browser.
4. From the prompt, click Save Site.
The Add Webroot Site dialog opens with the web address already displayed in the Name field, such as
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"my.bank.com." (The user name, password, and URL have been saved automatically and do not appear
on this dialog.)
5. Optionally, you can specify more information about the site and how you want to access it in the future,
as described in the following table:
Add Webroot site
Name
The web address is used for the site name, unless you want to
change it to something simple, such as "My Credit Union."
Group
You can define a name for a group or select one from the list (if you
already defined groups). By defining a group, you can organize sites
by categories, such as Banking and Shopping. If you do not enter a
group, the site is categorized in a default group.
Make This a Favorite If you access this site frequently and are storing login credentials for
numerous sites, you can select this checkbox to save this site to your
Favorites list. You can quickly access your Favorites using the Open
all Favorites option from the Passwords page.
Require Password
Reprompt
Click this checkbox if you don't want your password automatically
filled in the field, and instead, want to manually enter the password
yourself. This setting also requires you to enter your
SecureAnywhere master password before editing the site
information.
AutoLogin
If you want to bypass the password prompt and log in automatically,
select this checkbox.
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6. Click the Save Site button.
The system saves the information, which you can then view in your online SecureAnywhere account.
The next time you access this website, make sure you are signed in to your SecureAnywhere account so
the Password Manager can automatically fill in your login credentials. See "Logging in to passwordmanaged sites" on page 99.
Defining login credentials from the SecureAnywhere website
To define login credentials:
1. Log into my.webrootanywhere.com and click Go to Passwords.
2. On the far right of the panel, click Add site under "MyIdentity actions."
3. At the prompt, click Yes, let me manually add a site.
The Add Site dialog opens.
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4. Fill in the Add Site dialog, as described in the following table.
Add Site dialog
Name
Enter a name for the website (for example: My Bank). This
name is displayed in SecureAnywhere prompts.
Group
Define a name for a group or select one from the list (if you
already defined groups). By defining a group, you can
organize sites by categories in the Passwords page and in the
SecureWeb apps, such as Banking and Shopping. If you do
not enter a group, the site is categorized in a default group.
URL
Enter the URL of the website’s login page (for example:
http://www.website.com/login).
User name
Enter your login name for the site.
Password
Enter your password for the site.
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Add Site dialog
Notes
Optionally, enter any extra information that might be helpful,
such as your PIN number for a bank account.
Options
If desired, select any of the following:
Show in Favorites. If you access this site frequently, you
can select this checkbox to create a Favorites list. You can
then use the Open all Favorites option from the Passwords
page.
Reprompt for password. Click this checkbox if you don't
want your password automatically filled in the field, and
instead, want to manually enter the password yourself. This
setting also requires that you enter your SecureAnywhere
master password before editing the site information.
Automatically fill. Keep this checkbox selected if you want
your user name and password automatically filled in when
you access the site. Otherwise, de-select this checkbox.
Automatically log in. If you want to bypass the password
prompt and log in automatically, select this checkbox.
5. Click the Add site button.
The next time you access this website, make sure you are signed in to your SecureAnywhere account so
the Password Manager can automatically fill in your login credentials. See "Logging in to passwordmanaged sites" on page 99.
Capturing additional login credentials
Some websites require more than a user name and password for a login, such as the last four digits of your
social security number or medical plan number. If you frequently access a site with additional login credentials,
you can use Save All Entered Data to capture those extra fields.
To capture other types of login credentials:
1. Make sure you are logged in to your SecureAnywhere account. (Click the Webroot icon in your
browser's toolbar, then enter your SecureAnywhere user name and password.)
Internet Explorer:
Firefox:
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2. Open the website and fill in the required fields.
3. From the SecureAnywhere drop-down menu in the browser, click Save All Entered Data.
The Edit Site Information dialog opens. This dialog shows data that it captured from the site. It captures
all the fields it can, even if you did not enter data in those fields.
4. Make any changes that you want, then click OK.
The next time you access this website, make sure you are signed in to your SecureAnywhere account.
The Webroot SecureAnywhere icon appears at the end of the fields to indicate that the login credentials
are stored in the Password Manager. (For drop-down fields, the icon is not shown.)
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Logging in to password-managed sites
After you define login credentials for a site, the Password Manager can automatically log in to the site from a
web browser on a computer or from the SecureWeb app on a mobile device.
Logging in to sites from a browser
1. Make sure you are logged in to your SecureAnywhere account. (Click the Webroot SecureAnywhere
icon in your browser’s toolbar, then enter your SecureAnywhere user name and password.)
Internet Explorer:
Firefox:
2. You can log in to a site from the browser toolbar or by opening the website:
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Toolbar. From the Webroot SecureAnywhere toolbar, click on the drop-down arrow to open the
menu, click on Sites, and select a password-managed site from the list.
Website. In your browser, open the website. The Password Manager remembers how you defined
the site. For example, if you specified auto-fill, it automatically enters the login credentials for
you. The Webroot SecureAnywhere icon appears at the end of the fields to indicate that the login
information is stored in the Password Manager. The user name and password fields are
automatically filled in, unless you selected Require Password Reprompt in the Add Webroot Site
dialog.
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3. If you defined more than one login for a single website, the Password Manager prompts you to select the
desired login credentials. Click the AutoFill button to display the different site names and select from
one of them to fill in the fields.
Logging in to sites from the SecureAnywhere website
1. Log in to my.webrootanywhere.com and click Go to Passwords.
The Passwords page looks similar to the following example. Your password-managed sites appear in the
Sites and Favorites tabs.
2. To open a site, double-click on the site name from the Sites tab or Favorites tab. You can also select
Open all Favorites from MyIdentity actions.
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Generating secure passwords
You can use the Password Manager to generate a strong, hack-resistant password for any website. A strong
password is difficult to guess and helps protect you from identity theft. You don't need to remember these
automatically generated passwords. When you access this web page again, the Password Manager
automatically fills in the password field for you.
To use the password generator:
1. Make sure you are logged in to your SecureAnywhere account. (Click the Webroot SecureAnywhere
icon in your browser's toolbar, then enter your SecureAnywhere user name and password.)
Internet Explorer:
Firefox:
2. Access a password-protected web page and click inside the password field.
The yellow Password Manager toolbar opens.
3. Click Generate from the toolbar. (If this toolbar doesn’t appear, click the drop-down arrow next to the
icon, then select Tools > Generate Secure Password.)
The Generate Secure Password dialog opens.
4. Click the Accept button to use the randomly generated password shown in the field. (If you are not
logged in or you are not accessing a web page with a password field, a Copy button appears instead of
the Accept button. Click Copy to copy the password to your clipboard. You can then paste the password
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into a password field.)
Once you click Accept, the new password is filled into the Password and Confirm Password fields in
your web page.
5. If you want a different password than the one shown, you have several options:
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Click Generate to create another password, then click Accept. You can keep clicking Generate
until you are satisfied with the password displayed in the field.
Click in the Show Advanced Options checkbox to display more options for password generation,
select the items you want, then click Generate. You can keep clicking Generate until you are
satisfied with the password displayed in the field, then click the Accept button.
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Updating password-managed sites
You can modify captured site information from a web browser or from the Passwords page of your
SecureAnywhere account.
To edit password-managed sites:
1. Open a web browser.
2. You can either use the toolbar or the Passwords page:
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Toolbar. Sign in to your SecureAnywhere account. Access the site you want to edit. From the
drop-down menu, select the site name at the bottom, then click Edit.
Passwords page in your SecureAnywhere account. Log in to my.webrootanywhere.com and
click Go to Passwords. Locate the row for the site you want to change, then click Edit.
The Edit Site Information dialog opens, as shown below. (This dialog looks slightly different if
you loaded it from the Passwords page.) Depending on what information you originally defined for
the site, this dialog may display different fields.
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The following table provides a description of each field.
Edit Site Information dialog
URL
The URL of the website's login page, which should not be modified
unless the URL has changed.
Name
The site name.
Group
A group you defined and assigned to this site (if any).
User name
Your login name for the site.
Password
Your password for the site. Click Show if you want to see the actual
password characters.
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Notes
Any extra information about this site, such as a PIN number.
Options
If desired, select any of the following:
Favorite. Select this checkbox if you access this site frequently and want
to add it to your favorites list. You can then use the Open All Favorites
feature from the Passwords page.
Require Password Reprompt. Click this checkbox if you don't want
your password automatically filled in the field, and instead, want to
manually enter the password yourself. This setting also requires that you
enter your SecureAnywhere master password before editing the site
information.
Never AutoFill. Select this checkbox if you do not want the fields in the
website automatically filled when you access the site.
AutoLogin. Select this checkbox if you want to bypass a password
prompt and go directly to the web page.
Fields/Edit Form Fields. If this site includes fields that were captured
with Save All Entered Data, the fields appear in this form. (There may
also be a link to Edit Form Fields.)
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Exporting and importing data
You can import passwords into SecureAnywhere from another password-management application or export
data from SecureAnywhere to an Excel file.
Importing passwords from other applications
If you are currently using another password-management application, you can import data from that application
into SecureAnywhere’s Password Manager.
To import passwords from another application:
1. Open a web browser.
2. You can either use the toolbar or the Passwords page, as follows:
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Toolbar. Sign in to your SecureAnywhere account. From the Webroot SecureAnywhere dropdown menu, click Tools, then Import From. A list of applications appears in a submenu. In the
submenu, select from the list of password-management applications.
Passwords page in your SecureAnywhere account. Log in to my.webrootanywhere.com and
click Go to Passwords. Under MyIdentity actions, click Import data.
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3. From the dialog, click the arrow next to the Import data from field and select a password-management
application. Click Continue.
4. Follow the on-screen instructions for importing passwords from that application. (Since every password
application is unique, the instructions for importing data from each one is also unique.)
Exporting user names and passwords
You can use the Export feature to transfer all your Password Manager data into an HTML file, XML file, or a
CSV file that can be opened using Microsoft Excel. The Export function is available from the Passwords page
or from the drop-down menu in a browser.
To export data from a browser:
1. Make sure you are logged in to your SecureAnywhere account. (Click the Webroot SecureAnywhere
icon in your browser’s toolbar, then enter your SecureAnywhere user name and password.)
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2. From the drop-down menu, click Tools, then Export To.
3. Select one of the export options.
A dialog opens that asks for your SecureAnywhere master password.
4. Enter your SecureAnywhere account password and click Sign In.
5. If you selected Webroot CSV File or Webroot Encrypted File, you are prompted for a file name and a
directory to store that file. If you selected a browser, our password data will be exported into the
browser’s built-in password manager.
To export data from the Passwords page:
1. Log in to my.webrootanywhere.com and click Go to Passwords.
2. Under MyIdentity actions, click Export data.
3. From the dialog, enter your SecureAnywhere master password and click OK.
4. The Export Data dialog opens, similar to the following example. In this dialog, you can see all the
information for your sites, passwords, and form-fill profiles.
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5. Click Save to File or Send to Printer.
If you are saving a file, another dialog opens that allows you to select a file format.
6. Click Export Data.
7. If you are printing the data, your data is saved to an HTML page and another dialog opens where you
can select a printer and click OK.
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Using Form Fill Profiles
You can use SecureAnywhere’s Password Manager to automatically populate web forms with personal
information that you commonly enter in fields, including your name, address, and credit card information. For
example, you may want to create a personal profile with all your contact information, and several profiles for
each credit card you use for Internet shopping. Then you can use a personal profile to automatically fill in your
name and address in the fields, and another profile to automatically fill in your credit card information.
Creating Form Fill profiles
Before you can populate web fields with personal information, you must first create a Form Fill profile. You
can create a profile from the website browser or from the Passwords page of your SecureAnywhere account.
To create a Form Fill profile:
1. Open a web browser.
2. You can either use the toolbar or the Passwords page:
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Toolbar. Sign in to your SecureAnywhere account. Access the site you want to edit. From the
drop-down menu, select Fill Forms, then Add Profile or Add Credit Card.
Passwords page in your SecureAnywhere account. Log in to my.webrootanywhere.com and
click Go to Passwords. Click the Form Fill profiles tab. Under MyIdentity actions, click Add
Form Fill profile. Then select either Add Full profile or Add Credit Card profile.
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The Edit Form Fill Profile dialog opens. (This dialog looks slightly different if you loaded it from
the Passwords page.) If you selected Add Credit Card, only the Credit Card Information and
Notes tabs appear in this dialog.
3. In the Profile Name field, enter a name that defines this profile, such as Personal Info or My Visa.
4. Enter as much information as you want in each field. (Click on the tabs for Personal Information,
Contact Information, Credit Card Information, Bank Account Information, Custom Fields, and Notes to
move between panels.)
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5. The Custom Fields tab can be used to create fields that aren’t listed in this Form Fill dialog. In Text,
enter the text from a field on a web page. In Value, enter the information you want automatically filled
into that field. (Multiple lines are allowed, but keep in mind that multiple lines can only be filled into a
multi-line text box, not a single-line text box.)
6. If you want to require a SecureAnywhere master password before editing the Form Fill information,
click the checkbox for Require Password Reprompt.
7. When you’re done, click OK.
Populating fields with Form Fill profiles
Once you define Form Fill profiles, you can use them to populate your personal information into web fields
from a browser or from the SecureWeb app on a mobile device.
1. Access a website that requires you to enter personal information into fields (name, address, credit card,
and so on).
The yellow Password Manager toolbar opens.
2. Click Form Fill and select the profile from the pop-up menu. (If you want to fill only specific fields, use
your mouse to highlight the fields before you select the profile.) If this toolbar does not display, click the
drop-down arrow next to the Webroot SecureAnywhere icon in your browser’s toolbar, then select Form
Fills > profile name > Form Fill.
The Password Manager transfers any information that applies to the fields.
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Editing Form Fill profiles
You can manage and access all your Form Fill profiles from a browser or from the Passwords page of your
online SecureAnywhere account.
To edit Form Fill profiles:
1. Open a web browser.
2. You can either use the toolbar or the Passwords page:
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Toolbar. Sign in to your SecureAnywhere account. Access the site you want to edit. From the
drop-down menu, select Fill Forms, the name of the profile you want to edit, then Edit.
Passwords page in your SecureAnywhere account. Log in to my.webrootanywhere.com and
click Go to Passwords. Click the Form Fill profiles tab, then click Edit next to the profile you
want to edit.
3. Edit the desired information, then save your changes.
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Setting preferences
You can set several preferences for the Password Manager, such as how notifications appear and what hotkeys
you can use for shortcuts.
To set Password Manager preferences:
1. Make sure you are logged in to your SecureAnywhere account. (Click the Webroot SecureAnywhere
icon in your browser’s toolbar, then enter your SecureAnywhere user name and password.)
Internet Explorer:
Firefox:
2. From the SecureAnywhere drop-down menu, click Preferences.
The following dialog opens.
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3. Change the preferences as described in the following table. When you’re done, click OK.
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Password Manager Preferences
General
Select whether you want to:
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Disable Insecure (IE or Firefox) Password Manager. When
selected, the Password Manager does not prompt you to save
passwords.
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Open New Pages in... Select the current tab, Tabs, or new
Windows.
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Highlight Input boxes. When selected, the Password Manager
displays fields in a different color.
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Automatically Fill Login Information. When selected, the
Password Manager fills in login fields with your user name and
password.
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Default Form Fill Profile. Select the form-fill profile you want to
use automatically and select the checkbox if you do not want to
overwrite fields that are already filled.
Notifications
Select Notifications in the left panel, then click in the checkboxes for
each type of notification you want the Password Manager to open.
Hotkeys
Select Hotkeys in the left panel, then enter key combinations you want to
use for common Password Manager tasks.
Advanced
Select Advanced in the left panel, then select any of these advanced
functions:
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Enter the number of seconds to automatically log in to sites.
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Display a warning before filling insecure forms.
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Allow websites to disable AutoFill (keep the rule for
AutoComplete=off).
Select the number of minutes until the Clipboard is cleared after
use.
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Open a login dialog when you start the browser.
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Create new form-fill profiles automatically.
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prompts. (You must restart the browser.)
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Using other browsers
If you want to use a browser other than Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Chrome, you can create Bookmarklets to
enable password functions. For example, to use Bookmarklets with Opera, you would drag Bookmarklet links
to Opera’s Bookmarks Bar, then click on the bookmark to use automatic login. Bookmarklets can be used with
Safari, Opera, Konqueror, and other browsers.
To create Bookmarklets:
1. Log into my.webrootanywhere.com and click Go to Passwords.
2. From the MyIdentity actions panel, click Install Bookmarklets.
The Bookmarklets dialog opens.
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3. Click on a tab for the browser you want to use.
Instructions for that browser appear in the lower panel.
4. Follow the instructions to create the Bookmarklets, then click OK.
5. To use the Bookmarklet, go to your browser and click on the bookmark.
The Password Manager either performs the function immediately or opens a dialog with more
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Index
A
access permissions 18
account
adding a mobile device 40
adding a new keycode 8
adding a PC 24
adding users 18
Admin user by default 2
changing permissions 18
creating a new account 2
editing account settings 14
logging in 6
personal security code 4
Account Settings panel 14
Add Product Keycode 9
Android devices
adding to website 40
changing displayed phone number 52
removing from website 50
viewing license status 41
Anywhere folder 60
Apple
support for Macs 5
support for mobile 40
B
Backup & Sync
accessing files and folders 60
Activity Log 78
adding a folder 73
changing sort order 63
configuring 57
customizing the display 62
deleting files from 72
downloading files from 66
managing files and folders 70
Metro app 80
moving files 71
refreshing data 63
renaming files 70
restoring deleted files 64
setting up account 58
uploading files to 68
viewing account details 82
viewing device details 76
viewing folder properties 61
viewing saved versions 75
Backup folder 60
Bookmarklets 117
browsers supported 2
C
Change Console 13
Chrome 2
console
adding more 11
changing default name 10
switching between 13
creating an account 2
Customize Lock Screen for mobile devices 49
D
deactivating a PC 35
deauthorizing an account 77
device details 76
F
Firefox 2
Form Fill profiles 110
Management Website User Guide
locating lost device 47
removing 50
viewing alerts 44
viewing history 45
viewing license status 41
G
Generate Secure Password 101
I
Index versions in Backup & Sync 75
Internet Explorer 2
iOS mobile devices 40
N
K
P
keycode
adding a new console 11
adding to website 8
entering on registration 3
viewing 22
viewing for mobile device 41
password
changing 15
setting 3
Passwords
capturing login credentials 93
configuring 85
creating Form Fill profiles 110
exporting or importing data 106
generated 91
generating secure password 101
logging in to sites 99
logging off 88
Set Up Account Now button 85
setting preferences 114
tools 89
updating sites 103
using other browsers 117
using the toolbar 87
PC Security 22
adding to website 8
changing displayed name 24
changing security setting 26
deactivating and removing Webroot 35
viewing all in website 24
viewing scan information 29
viewing status 22
permissions for website 18
personal security code 4
name, adding to user account 15
L
license
status for mobile device 41
status for PC 22
Locate command for mobile devices 49
Lock command for mobile devices 48
locking down a PC remotely 37
login to Password Manager sites 99
login to website 6
Lost Device Protection 47
M
Mac support 5
Manage Keycodes 8
Manage Users 18
Metro app for Backup & Sync 80
Mobile Security
adding to website 40
changing phone number 52
fixing issues 44
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Index
phone, adding to user account 15
V
R
Version history for Backup & Sync 75
Recycle Bin for Backup & Sync
emptying 65
restoring files from 64
registration 2
restarting a PC remotely 37
W
Webroot toolbar 87
Wipe command for mobile devices 48
S
Safari 2
scan history
displayed for mobile devices 43
displayed for PCs 29
scan, running remotely 31
Scream command for mobile devices 49
security code
changing 16
setting 3
security question and answer
changing 17
setting 3
Security Setting for PCs 27
Security Status panel for mobile devices 43
shutting down a PC remotely 37
subscription status 22
System Cleaner, running remotely 33
T
time zone, setting for user account 15
U
Unnamed Console 10
URL of management website 2
users, adding to account 18
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