Modifying Site Profiles

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You can modify site profiles from the web browser's toolbar or from your account in the SecureAnywhere website.

To modify site profiles:

  1. Access the Edit Site dialog, using one of these methods:
    • Toolbar — Make sure you are logged in to your account; for more information, see Using the Password Manager Toolbar. Open the Password functions by clicking the Webroot icon in the toolbar. For Safari/Chrome, click the site name or the arrow (>) to move to the next dialog, then click Edit Sites, then select a group and site name.

    • SecureAnywhere website — Log in to and click Go to Passwords. Locate the row for the site you want to change, then click Edit.

    The Edit Site Information dialog displays. If you loaded it from the Passwords page, this dialog looks slightly different.

  2. Edit the profile information, using the information in the following table.
    URL The URL of the website's login page, which should not be modified unless the URL has changed.
    Name The name you want to give this profile, such as My Bank.
    Group A group you defined and assigned to this site, if any.
    Username Your login name for the site.
    Password Your password for the site. Click Show if you want to see the actual password characters.
    Notes Any extra information about this site, such as a PIN number.
    Favorite If you select this checkbox, this site profile appears in your Favorites list.
    Require Password Reprompt If you want to protect a particular site, secure note, or Form Fill profile so that any access using the information stored in the Password Manager requires your Webroot master password, select this checkbox. This setting provides additional control of individual sites, such as a bank login, where you want additional security.
    Never AutoFill Select this checkbox if you do not want your user name and password displayed in the login fields when you access the site. This is an extra security step, which hides your login credentials from view.

    Enabling this option does not automatically log you in when you manually navigate to the site. The login fields show the Webroot icon to indicate that the site is saved with Webroot, but you must click the site's sign-in button to log in.
    AutoLogin If you select this checkbox, the Passwords feature bypasses the login fields and logs in to the website automatically.
  3. To add custom fields, click the Edit Form Fields link in the lower right corner.
  4. When you're done, click Save.