Help for the SecureAnywhere Website

The Webroot® SecureAnywhere™ website provides a central portal from which you can view and manage your protected devices. To access this website, open a browser, go to, and enter your Webroot account credentials. After you log in, the SecureAnywhere website shows your account data and the security status of all your devices.

The SecureAnywhere website looks similar to the example below. Depending on the SecureAnywhere edition you purchased (AntiVirus, Internet Security Plus, or Complete), some panels will be inactive. The Mobile Security panel is inactive if you did not activate SecureAnywhere protection on a smartphone or tablet. The Backup & Sync and Passwords panels are inactive if your SecureAnywhere edition does not include those features. For upgrade information, see Webroot's product offerings.

The SecureAnywhere website provides the following features: 

  • PC Security. Get a global view into all your PCs with SecureAnywhere installed. Using a web browser from a remote location, you can see whether your computers are secure or infected.
    Coming soon: Mac Security will be included in the SecureAnywhere website.
  • Mobile Security. Get a global view into all your smartphones and tablets with SecureAnywhere installed. If necessary, you can remotely locate a missing mobile device with the Lost Device Protection feature.
  • Backup & Sync. Access your synchronized and archived files (if your edition includes Backup & Sync). Using a web browser from a remote location, you can download the latest version of a document from your home or office computer, even if your home or office computer is turned off.
  • Passwords. Access your saved passwords and profiles (if your edition includes the Passwords feature). For example, if you can't remember your login to a banking site, you can go to the Passwords panel and view your user name and password.
  • Account administration. Upgrade your products, and add other devices and users to your account. If you are an administrator who manages device security for others, you can organize groups of devices into "consoles." A console might include a view of your home devices or your business devices.

This Help describes how to use the SecureAnywhere website features. Click the topics in the left panel to access topics in this Help.