Checking for Updates



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SecureAnywhere automatically sends program updates to your Mac, provided it is connected to the Internet and you did not deactivate the Automatically download and apply updates setting in General Preferences. When an update occurs, a message opens briefly in a dialog box at the top right of the screen. You may also see a message from Safari asking you to allow these updates for the toolbar extensions. If you see this message, click Install to continue.



 To disable automatic updates,  you can manually check for updates whenever it is convenient. For more information, see Setting General Preferences.

To check for SecureAnywhere updates

  1. Open the SecureAnywhere interface.
  2. From the drop-down menu, select Open Webroot SecureAnywhere.
  3. From the main window, click My Account.



  4. Click the gear next to My Account.
  5. Click the About SecureAnywhere tab at the top.
  6. Click Check for updates



    If a newer version of SecureAnywhere is available, Webroot downloads and applies the update.