Guest: You want to know about the Core System Shield
Webroot:Based on what you told me I understand that:
  • You want help with Endpoint & Mobile Protection
  • You want to use SecureAnywhere Endpoint Protection
  • You want to manage Policies
  • You want to know about the policy settings
  • You want to know about the Core System Shield
Webroot:This solution addresses Webroot SecureAnywhere Business – Endpoint Protection

The Core System shield monitors system structures of your managed endpoints and ensures that malware has not tampered with them. If the shield detects a suspicious file trying to make changes, it opens an alert and prompts you to block or allow the item. If it detects a known threat, it immediately blocks and quarantines the item before it causes damage to your computer or steals your information.

Core System shield settings
Core System Shield Enabled Turns the Core System shield on and off.
Assess system modifications before they are allowed to take place Intercepts any activity that attempts to make system changes on your managed endpoints, such as a new service installation.
Detect and repair broken system components Locates corrupted components, such as a broken Layered Service Provider (LSP) chain or a virus-infected file, then restores the component or file to its original state.
Prevent untrusted programs from modifying kernel memory Stops unclassified programs from changing the kernel memory.
Prevent untrusted programs from modifying system processes Stops unclassified programs from changing system processes.
Verify the integrity of the LSP chain and other system structures Monitors the Layered Service Provider (LSP) chain and other system structures to make sure malware does not corrupt them.
Prevent any program from modifying the HOSTS file Stops spyware from attempting to add or change the IP address for a website in the Hosts file, and opens an alert for the user to block or allow the changes.


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