Guest: You want to know about the Web Threat 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 Web Threat Shield
Webroot:This solution addresses Webroot SecureAnywhere Business – Endpoint Protection

The Web Threat shield protects your monitored endpoints as their users surf the Internet. If it detects a website that might be a threat, it opens an alert that allows you to decide whether you want to block the site or continue despite the warning. When users use a search engine, this shield analyzes all the links on the search results page, then displays an image next to each link that signifies whether it's a trusted site (green checkmark) or a potential risk (red X).

Web Threat shield settings
Web Threat Shield Enabled Turns the Web Threat shield on and off.
Analyze search engine results and identify malicious websites before visitation Analyzes search engine results, SecureAnywhere analyzes all links displayed on the search results page by running the URLs through its malware-identification engine. It then displays an image next to each link that signifies if the site is safe (green checkmark) or a potential risk (red X).
Enable deep content analysis Analyzes all data traffic on your managed endpoints as users visit websites. If threats try to install, it blocks the threat's activity.
Look for malware on websites before visitation Analyzes URLs in a browser's address bar and links to sites. If the site is associated with malware, it blocks it from loading in your browser.
Look for exploits in website content before visitation Looks for cross-site scripting attacks that might try to redirect users to a different website.
Suppress the user's ability to make local Web Threat Shield overrides Prevents the endpoint user from overriding the Web Threat Shield settings. If disabled, endpoint users can create overrides when they are blocked from accessing a website.

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