Webroot Identity Shield helps us by providing safe Internet browsing and data protection. It is a product of Webroot, which is considered to be the most reputed and notable, internet security software in the online market.
While performing the online transaction, it looks out and safe us by blocking the phishing sites or Trojan horse that always tries to steal the confidential data like the usernames, passwords, security codes, account numbers, and credit card numbers.
There are two kinds of versions available while we talk about the Webroot Identity Shield. The first version is exclusive for the identity protection and blocks the threats that attempt to steal information while doing the online activity. And the second version is for the identity protection plus threat detection. It also protects the online activity and the version scans the threats ion computer.
To block and remove malware from your computer,
You can choose to upgrade from any one of the following Webroot SecureAnywhere volumes-
It protects our devices from the viruses and spyware, which includes the Identity Shield as well as Firewall protection.
- Internet Security Plus
It protects our devices including mobile devices and provides all the features of the AntiVirus volume plus password management.
It provides all the features of the Internet Security Plus edition, along with the backup management and the system cleaner, that removes the temporary files as well as browsing history.
If you wanted to upgrade your versions then follow the steps given below-
- You need to open the ‘main interface’ option.
- Select the ‘Upgrade Now’ link.
Please note- If you face any issues while upgrading your Webroot version, then feel free to contact Webroot Toll Free Number to get instant technical support from the experts
It is always recommended to keep Webroot Identity Shield in ‘enable’ mode. But in case you wish to disable the Webroot Identity Shield, for any reason then you can always try the below- listed steps-
- You need open the ‘main interface’ option.
- Select the ‘Identity & Privacy’ tab.
- The Identity Shield window opens up.
- The green button indicates that the shield is ‘On’.