Webroot Review

Webroot Antivirus program is acting like ransomeware!When Webroot expired on my laptop, it fixed a message on my screen that hijacked my computer, not allowing me to do anything on the computer until I selected "renew" or "uninstall" from the desktop webroot message.When I selected "uninstall", the message on the desktop cleared, however the webroot program exe was still in my programs. I had to manually uninstall it.

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