How to Set Permissions in Webroot Secure Anywhere?

The advancement in the Webroot antivirus technology has made the life of the user easier than before. Today, everything is digitalizing, so people do all their work online like from shopping to financial transactions. So, for this people have to put their personal information on different websites, this gives chance to the hackers to steal your data. Hence you must install Webroot antivirus in your gadget through www.webroot.com/safe. This antivirus blocks the fake websites and immediately detects the phishing attachments or links and gives the alert notification. It also gives you the Web Shield protection so that you can safely surf on web. Hackers cannot be able to access your device if you have this antivirus in your gadget.

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If you set permissions in Webroot, then it will allow you to grant or restrict a specific user’s access to certain tasks. It also protects your device from malware and virus attacks. In this blog, you will read how to set permission in Webroot antivirus.

How to Change Webroot Secure Anywhere Access Settings?

First you have to access Webroot Secure Anywhere through www.webroot.com/safe and then you have to click on the Advanced Settings option which is available in the upper-right hand side of the screen. Now under the Settings panel, you have to press Access Control option. If you want to change the settings, then you have to select or deselect the checkbox next to it. After that, you have to click on Save option and it is done.

List of access Control Settings:

Enable Password Protection:

If you enable this, then only the authorized users who has the password can make any kind of changes.

Password:

 If you enable the password protection, then you have to type the password.

Repeat password:

 When you enable the password protection, then you have to re-enter the password.

Protection against process termination:

If you enable this control access, then it will prevent users and programs from terminating any kind of process.

Protect against process tampering:

If you enabling this control access, then this will prevent users and programs from changing any kind of process behavior.

Allow un-installation by non-admin users:

If you have this permission in your device, then you can use antimalware tools, in spite of the fact that you are not logged in as an administrator user.

Hide keycode on screen:

You can also enable to hide keycode or product key for appearing on the screen.

Allow access to advanced features by non-admin users:

With this permission, if you are not signed in as an administrator then also you can use all the latest features.

Allow users to remove threats without a password:

When password protection is enabled on your device, it allows users to remove threat.

This process will help you to set permission in Webroot Secure Anywhere, but if you are facing problems then you can call the expert of Webroot anytime. For details, you can visit to the site via webroot.com/safe.