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Webroot SecureAnywhere Internet Security Complete 2013 - 5 Devices

by Webroot
Platform : Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 8
DRM: None
49 customer reviews

Price: $79.99
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Download size: 1 MB
Download time: 1 minute on broadband, 2 minutes on dial-up
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  • SecureAnywhere lightweight cloud based antimalware detection is effective at blocking viruses, spyware, worms, Trojans, rootkits, and other threats
  • First of its kind online security console allows you change security settings, run scans, and see alerts no matter where you are
  • Quietly protects you without interruption or slowdowns. Uses a fraction of your memory and processing speed
  • One-click fix solves security problems and gets you back to work quickly
  • MyPasswords encrypts your passwords and automatically logs you into your favorite sites
  • Securely stores your usernames, passwords, and credit card numbers. MyFiles makes online back up and file synchronization faster, more secure, and easier to use
  • 25GB of online storage to protect your files, photos, music and more
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Product Description

Platform: PC Download

Ultimate protection for PCs, Macs, smartphones, and tablets in one simple and affordable solution.

Efficient tools to diagnose system issues and clean up files, cookies, and browsing history

System Analyzer and System Cleaner maintain your privacy by wiping away all traces of your online activity and removing unneeded files.

Never worry about losing your most important files and stored folders

25 GB of online storage. Sync seamlessly across all your devices.

Monitors all protected devices

Your online My Webroot Account allows you to monitor security settings for your PCs, Macs, tablets, and smartphones, no matter where you are.

No need to remember all those passwords when socializing, shopping, or banking online

Password Management feature automatically logs you in to your favorite sites and encrypts passwords.

Safeguard your personal information if your smartphone or tablet is lost or stolen

Log in to a secure website to locate your device on a map.

"Scream" feature helps you find your smartphone

System Requirements:
Processor:  none
RAM:  none
Hard Disk:  none
Additional Requirements:  none

Recommended System Requirements:
Recommended Processor:  none
Recommended RAM:  none

Product Details

Platform: PC Download
  • Downloading: Currently, this item is available only to customers located in the United States.
  • Note: Gifting is not available for this item.
  • ASIN: B009NVU7Y6
  • Release Date: October 4, 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,129 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

Customer Reviews

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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By RWM TOP 50 REVIEWER on December 9, 2012
Platform for Display: PC Download
I've used Norton anti-virus products for years and currently use Norton 360 2013 Premier. See, Norton 360 2013 Premier - 1 User / 3 PC. Norton 360 2013 Premier is, imho, the best of the Norton products. I also use Webroot Secure Anywhere Internet Security Complete 2013, (see, Webroot SecureAnywhere Internet Security Complete 2013 - 5 Devices), a relatively new product. Both products are excellent, but differ in several important respects. I have two Windows PCs, one running Windows XP Professional and the other running Windows 7. I have run both programs on both machines.

Footprint: Norton occupies about 123 mb of space on my drive, whereas Webroot occupies about .70 mb. Webroot's footprint is incredibly small; its entire program could probably fit on a floppy disk. However, Norton's 123 mb of space is insignificant on most newer machines, where hard drives often exceed one terabyte capacity.

Response Time: My primary issue with Norton is the fact that it slows the response time of certain functions, such as booting up, shutting down, loading desktop icons, opening word doc files, opening pdf files, and opening websites. Webroot does not slow my machine's response time as much as Norton.

Password Management Feature: Both Norton and Webroot offer a password management feature.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Bzmum on November 26, 2012
Platform for Display: PC Download Verified Purchase
First, I am John, Bzmum's husband/IT manager/keeper of her estate, etc. I have to maintain three PC's; an old Dell Dimension 2400 (single core processor running XP Home), an older Inspiron E-series laptop (Centrino dual core processor and XP Home edition), and a newer Inspiron laptop (dual core running Windows 7). I have used all the major anit-virus suites in the recent past (Symantec, Trend, McAfee, and Kapersky), and all were slow to update and run. They all tend to be resource hogs, especially on the old Dimension 2400. Once our Kapersky subscription ran out, I tried the demo versions of Webroot (installed on the Dimension), AVG on the older Inspiron, and the new Kapersky on the new Inspiron. The Webroot trial loaded the fastest, scanned the fastest, and allowed the older Dimension to run like a bat out of Hades. I could actually run multiple browsers, my Livescribe pen software, listen to online radio content, and upload pencasts to servers simultaneously (I teach an online Chemistry course and I have to upload large lecture files regularly). That was next to impossible with Kapersky, especially when it decided to do a scan. Additionally, Webroot found a virus on my hard drive that Kapersky or Semantec was not able to find. AVG ran well on the Inspiron E-series, but it would tie up resources. Kapersky on the new Inspiron worked OK, but it had problems using the network printer....items would spool somewhere for a day or two before printing on the network printer. I deceided to jump in and buy the downloadable version of Webroot Complete for 5 devices. The download and install on all three machines took only half an hour to complete (I have wireless for the two laptops, and ethernet for the desktop Dimension).Read more ›
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December 4, 2012
Hi Bzmum,

My name is Greg and I am a member of the Webroot Support team. I would like to thank you for your in-depth and honest review of SecureAnywhere Complete and I'm very happy to hear that it is serving your security needs. I wanted to let you know that while Amazon does not sell the product, Webroot now offers a Business version of SecureAnywhere called "SecureAnywhere Business - Endpoint Protection" which you can purchase directly from Webroot. If you are interested in trying it out we currently offer a 30 day trial which you can download at the page below.

SecureAnywhere Business - Endpoint Protection is scalable from 5 clients on up. Not only do we offer an agent for PCs, but also for Android and iOS devices and they can all be easily managed by the easy-to-use and powerful management console.

Beyond the product page on on website that i directed you to above, we have just launched the Webroot for Business Community where you can learn even more about our Business products, ask questions, suggest feature requests, learn about anything and everything related to security and more. You can join the Community by visiting this page:

Have a great day :) ,

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Bob Louder on June 20, 2013
Platform for Display: PC Download Verified Purchase
(Note: Amazon is using the old naming of the products, and I accidentally downloaded and installed Complete - see the Webroot site and the Amazon comparison chart).

I've been using "Webroot" for about four or five years, including when the product was Prevx. Webroot acquired Prevx and eventually replaced their Webroot flagship product with the Prevx product (you can do an Internet search if you want more info). I'll focus this review on my experience with the company and product.

I'd decided to downgrade from SecureAnywhere "Complete", for two reasons - their Backup and Sync feature currently uses Sugarsync technology. So, if you are using Sugarsync, you might want to drop down to Internet Security Plus, which I did. Also, a PCmag article states that the Webroot password feature uses LastPass password technology. Unfortunately, there is no warning from Webroot on this (Sugar Sync and LastPass), you just get to find it out on your own. The other reason is that I do not want the "Permanently Erase with Webroot" for Windows Explorer (XP/7) feature that comes with Complete. If you've ever accidentally erased a file, you might understand why ... a personal preference. (Unless it has changed in the past month, you cannot control how this feature is permanently set on your local computer. When there is a Webroot product update it changes the setting back to default, a downside to cloud-based.)

In addition, their default config may setup Webroot to "Maximum" Self Protection security setting despite the fact their own suggestion is that "Medium" "provides maximum possible compatibility with other security software". If you are using Norton 360 you are likely to get a recommendation from Norton to uninstall Webroot.
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