About the SecureAnywhere Interface



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The SecureAnywhere interface provides access to all functions and settings. The interface includes the main window and the menu bar.

To use the main window:

  1. To display the main window, from the menu bar, click the Webroot icon.
  2. From the drop-down menu, select Open Webroot SecureAnywhere.



    When your system is secure, the main window looks similar to the following example.



    To show your Mac's overall protection status, the interface changes colors as follows:
    • Green — Your Mac is secure.
    • Blue — One or more potential risks require your attention.
    • Red — One or more critical items require your intervention.

To use the menu bar:

  1. To display the menu bar options, click the Webroot SecureAnywhere menu.
    The following options display.



    The following table describes the menu items under Webroot SecureAnywhere.
    OPTIONDESCRIPTION
    About SecureAnywhere Displays the SecureAnywhere version number.
    Preferences Allows you to change system preferences, scan schedules, and other settings.
    My SecureAnywhere Account Displays your keycode and other account details.
    Check for Updates Downloads and applies the latest program updates.
    Hide Webroot SecureAnywhere Hides the main window, but does not shut down SecureAnywhere protection. To shut down protection, click the Webroot icon in the menu bar and select Shut Down SecureAnywhere.

    The following table describes the drop-down menu items under Utilities.
    OPTIONDESCRIPTION
    System Control Allows you to adjust the threat-detection settings for all programs and processes running on your Mac.
    Reports Allows you to save a scan log, which might be helpful if you are working with Webroot Support to determine the cause of a problem.
    Submit a File Allows you to send the file to Webroot for analysis. You might want to submit a file if you think it's causing problems or if you know it's safe and want it reclassified.
    System Analyzer Provides a simple utility for locating threats, security vulnerabilities, and other computer problems. The completed report recommends how to increase system performance, privacy, and protection.