Webroot SecureAnywhere AntiVirus 8.0.2.27

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 2012 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

Download: Webroot SecureAnywhere AntiVirus 8.0.2.27 | 709 KB (Shareware)
View: SecureAnywhere Website | Release Notes

Thanks to Hayc59 for the tip in our forums.

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Why do we even bother posting articles on shareware crap?

Nobody in their right mind here is going to use this junk! There are just WAY to many other total freebies out there that are even better than this.

cork1958 said,
Why do we even bother posting articles on shareware crap?

Nobody in their right mind here is going to use this junk! There are just WAY to many other total freebies out there that are even better than this.

So with that mindset, nothing that costs money should EVER be posted here, because there are obviously way better alternatives that are free right? FOR EVERY PROGRAM EVER.

Also, I hate to tell you, but SecureAnywhere blows most AV/AM out of the water these days.