How You Can Enable Webroot Evasion Shield?

Webroot Evasion Shield is the security layer against the script based attacks which include file-based, file less, or encrypted threats just to protect the businesses against advanced cyber attacks. It also prevents malicious behaviors from executing in PowerShell, JavaScript, VBScript, which are used to launch evasive attacks. It is the new policy of Webroot Business Endpoint Protection and the integral part of May 2020 update console. Admins can easily enable it through global policy setting in the Webroot Management Console. You can enjoy this feature of Webroot through webroot.com/safe.

To manage this setting, you should be at the Webroot management console level. And your admin account should be of the Account Type GSM Super Admin to modify global policy settings. The Webroot Endpoint Protection agent should have the running version 9.0.28.00 or later. In this blog, you will read how to enable Webroot Evasion Shield.

Method to Enable Webroot Evasion Shield:

To enable Webroot Evasion Shield, first you have to log in to the Webroot Management console and then you have to click on the Policies tab. After this, you have to find and click the global policy which you want to modify just to display the policy settings.

The endpoints which you have chosen to apply the Evasion Shield, if they are presently using a System Policy then you have to create a copy of the policy and then you can modify it because you cannot change the System Policies. For creating a copy of the policy, you have to click on the policy which you want to copy. Then you have to tap on the Copy button. Now you have to enter a Policy Name and Policy Description. After this, you have to click on Copy option. This method will help you in creating a copy of the policy.

After this, you have to click on the Policy Section drop-down menu and then just select Evasion Shield which is at the bottom of the list. Now you have to select the option for the Script Protection setting. The options are Off, Detect and Report and Detect and Remediate. After selecting the option, you have to click on Save button just to modify the policy and also to save the new setting.

If you are modifying the policy then you have to move to next step. If you want to assign the updated policy to endpoints in other sites, you should use the Groups tab in the Webroot Management console.

Read Also – Webroot Error UCXS511

If you are assigning the global policies to a site, then the site must use global policy. For enabling the site, you have to click on the Sites tab. Then you have to find the desired site and then just click on Manage option. After this, you have to select the Endpoint Protection sub-tab and then just check the box which is next to the Include Global Policies setting. Now you have to click on Save Change. Here the Endpoints will get the new policy settings.

This method will enable Webroot Evasion Shield feature, but for more information you can call the expert anytime. For help, you can visit to the website of Webroot through www.webroot.com/safe.

Add a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *