Webroot SecureAnywhere 8.0.4.84

Webroot SecureAnywhere delivers complete protection against viruses, spyware, and other online threats without slowing down computer performance or disrupting your normal activities. With its fast scans and one-click threat removal, you can rest assured that malware is eliminated quickly and easily.  Webroot SecureAnywhere AntiVirus uses a radically new cloud-based approach to online security that protects you against the latest threats as soon as they emerge. And it does so at blazing fast speeds, scanning your entire PC in about 2 minutes.

Features:

  • Blocks viruses, Trojans, spyware, rootkits, and other malware threats
  • Lightest, fastest antivirus for 2014 scans your entire PC in about two minutes
  • Stops unknown threats based on suspicious behavior
  • Continually updates itself so it's always current and you don't have to download updates
  • Prevents malicious programs from changing your security settings
  • Runs scans automatically or schedules them to run whenever you want

What's new in this version:

  • Modified time display to allow for renewal processing.
  • Further scan engine improvements.

Download: Webroot SecureAnywhere 8.0.4.84 | 746 KB (Shareware)
View: SecureAnywhere Website | Release Notes

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Bought a new copy of this @ Sam's club a couple of months ago. Tried to install it recently and it says my key is expired. Lost receipt so can't return. This is the first time I've run into this problem with an AV Product.

That depends how many unclassified files are running on your PC. Send a scan log into Webroot support and they'll classify the files and the journal database will shrink.

WSA uses 6Mb of space in total for me.

I use a lot of programs and utilities and always keep them up to date and I do download unknown stuff which I would like to keep monitoring so I don't how practical this solution would be.

Last time I used it for about 2 months and the files occupied ~7GB. On a normal HDD that wouldn't necessarily be a big problem, but on a SSD, space is precious.

I think I still have time on my trial, it was a 6 month promo one so no need to send me a key. I just need to find it, or maybe it's still tied to my account. I'll check in a couple of days.

As to why I had monitoring files that big, it appears that the problem is pretty common for people with my usage pattern. The Webroot guys only had a temporary solution, to reinstall it every once in a while without keeping the settings since that would just recreate the monitoring files. Basically reset what was monitored.