Windows & Mac Full VersionAug 16, 2014

Free Webroot SecureAnywhere AntiVirus (100% discount)

Terms and Conditions
  • This is a 1-computer 6-month license, for home and business use
  • You get free updates for six months
  • No free tech support
  • Can be installed or re-installed after this offer is over, but you need to ensure you get your license key before this offer ends
  • May not be resold
  • No refunds and exchanges; if you are having trouble activating or registering, please ask for help
Technical Details
  • Developed by Webroot
  • Version is
  • Download size is N/A
  • Supports Windows (XP, Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8/8.1 [32-bit and 64-bit]) and Mac OS X (10.7.3, 10.8, 10.9)
  • VirusTotal scan results: 1/46

Webroot SecureAnywhere AntiVirus protects you against malware, viruses, spyware, phishing attacks, identity theft, cybercrime, social network threats, unsafe websites, links and search results, and more.

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  1. Boguslaw

    Reply to this comment#33

    Working perfectly, thks

  2. Mike13

    Reply to this comment#32

    I have downloaded 0&0 16 Pro as free edition. Registration doesn’t work, neither the 32 nor the 64 bit version.
    O&O contacted, are saying the version is invalid.
    Where is the fault with it ?

  3. Sky1

    Reply to this comment#31

    They want your real phone number??? WTF??? These are evil people. I would not touch this piece of spyware/malware even with gloves! God knows what they can do with all your info!? I am so glad I could finally get rid of it, it is worth the 3 hours I have had to spend to clear my PC from it’s web of secretly installed pieces of applications everywhere!

  4. gmonly

    Reply to this comment#30

    I have tried a few fake phone numbers, I even tried my old number, I think it checks the number in some register, because the numbers did not work to get the key.

  5. skybase

    Reply to this comment#29

    Came back again to few comments: Can’t you just make up a phone number?

  6. ghudak

    Reply to this comment#28

    [@John] Looks like they have a glitch in this promotion.

  7. John

    Reply to this comment#27

    After filling out my information for the Webroot Antivirus and click on submit, nothing happesn!!!
    I would really like to try this software….please help.

    Thanks, John Briick jbriick@sbcglobalmnet

  8. ghudak

    Reply to this comment#26

    When I go to the Giveaway page it goes to a product page. There is no form to fill out. Now What?

  9. Sky1

    Reply to this comment#25

    [@AA] AA, good for you! (Unless you are working for that crappy company.) When I complained to support about the impossibility of uninstalling their evil program (evil because it tries to trick you by giving false positives in order to resist being uninstalled), their first response was an automated one, sending me a HUGE printed text about all the possible reasons why I cannot uninstall and what to do about it in order to finally succeed in getting rid of their program. This alone points out that endless people had this problem so they had to prepare such a pre-printed huge text and send it off automatically. Their second and third personal replies were not helpful, either. I think you have been blessed by a witch or something. :)

  10. durieux

    Reply to this comment#24

    je suis super content de votre site et grace a vous on peut profiter de ses logiciels merci beaucoup

  11. gmonly

    Reply to this comment#23

    it’s only good for 6-months, not worth the hassle for me, because I will only have to get another AV at that time. unless you can uninstall it and reinstall it for another 6 months. also, you need a phone number to get the key, I will not give my number to any site, I get enough spam calls as it is. they say they only call if you win, good try, they can send emails for that. yes I have fallen for that in the past, I had to change my number because they did call more then once a day, to try to get me to buy their products.

    imho, it is not worth the trouble, I am deleting the file now, I wished I knew about that before I downloaded it.

  12. AA

    Reply to this comment#22

    [@Sky1] I have installed and uninstalled it on several machines several times and never had any problems.

  13. skybase

    Reply to this comment#21

    Thank you Rain. I’m not going to go into any program for permission to cut and paste. Thank you so much.!!!!!

  14. Rain

    Reply to this comment#20

    I have been using this for a while. I ran into the Copy/Paste issue and saw where others have posted on Webroots forums about that issue. What is causing this issue is the “Identity Shield”, if you turn that off you should be able to Copy/Paste again. I turn it off temporarily when I need to Copy/Paste things. One thing about it, if you don’t turn of the Captcha feature in Settings/Access controls it can get irritating turning off and on the Identity Shield frequently for Copy/Paste purposes. Just thought I would mention this for anyone who might be wondering what is causing that issue while using this software. I have used this software for about a month and am very pleased with it.

  15. Tran vinh

    Reply to this comment#19

    i’sign in with my mail but not receive your code installation ?? why ??

  16. conceptualclarity

    Reply to this comment#18

    At one point Webroot support told me to uninstall it and then reinstall it. Indeed it was practically impossible to uninstall it. I ended up having to use the file shred feature of Master Seeker, which by the way is one great freeware program.

  17. Mardel53

    Reply to this comment#17

    I have been using this program for about three months now. I gave up on Avast free for several reasons. This program is given free to all Ally bank customers. Very good program especially compared to Avast free. Has only stopped my web access a few times; Try it and I bet you will like it.

  18. Sky1

    Reply to this comment#16

    This seems a good program to have AS LONG AS it is not expired, with one exception. It wont let you copy & paste anything (names, emails, reg. or license keys, codes, etc.) into the little boxes of newly installed software and you have to do it all manually. But on the other hand, it is THE WORST program to have in your PC, once it is expired. It will keep nagging you and warning you with some real or imaginary threats, and when you finally get fed up and try to uninstall it, YOU CAN’T!!! It wont let you. Dream up a false positive for a perfectly good software’s exe file and then resist all attempts to uninstall it, and if you do remove that poor program, it will pick another for the same purpose. No matter what the support people say, the only way is to shred it with whatever you got. It took me about 3 hours and 4 uninstall programs and 5-6 shredders and 2 deep searches and 3 reboots until I finally could get rid of this PEST! So, UNLESS you intend to pay after 6 months, this is my friendly warning!

  19. ja sam

    Reply to this comment#15

    Did anyone else had problem of incomplete shutdown when using this program? Very strange glitch, monitor goes off but all fans still keep spinning. I just wanted to inform people if someone encounters same problem but he don’t know what is the cause. It is from this program 100%. Since i uninstalled it i didn’t have same problem once. It is shame, cause i like all other features and program in general, but i can’t use it on my machine because of this weird problem.

  20. veekay

    Reply to this comment#14

    Hi Ashraf,

    Thanks for this giveaway.

    However, when I go to Webroot site (linked in your article) to get the activation key code, and then try to activate with key code in the Webroot SecureAnywhere installer (downloaded from here), I got an error saying keycode was invalid.

    After multiple attempts, it finally worked.

    If anyone else is facing same problem, I would recommend to wait a few minutes and then keep trying to activate. It should work.


  21. vasya

    Reply to this comment#13

    best giveaway !!!

  22. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#12

    This giveaway is back!

  23. conceptualclarity

    Reply to this comment#11OLD COMMENT

    The first night I had Webroot it also went crazy on CPU and ground my system to a halt. But since then, it’s been the lightest AV I have had. I am, however having problems with its overly aggressive PUPs behavior. It even twice quarantined VLC video player on my system! And things I put in Allow status it has gone back and removed from that status. Webroot is very grudgingly responding to the fact that I have and regularly use screenshot programs. When I get time soon I will be seeking satisfaction for my concerns from Webroot Support

  24. Barry F Stinson

    Reply to this comment#10OLD COMMENT

    Downloaded and installed with no problems, but slowed my Win7 desktop to a crawl. I was running Avira Free Antivirus and Comodo Firewall, so I uninstalled Avira, and that didn’t seem to help with the problem at all. I struggled for an hour or so before finally accepting that Webroot was just not for me. I uninstalled it, re-downloaded and re-installed Avira, and everything, thankfully, is back to normal.

  25. emdeec

    Reply to this comment#9OLD COMMENT

    i just bought Webroot’s SecureAnywhere Internet Suite from another site (at a significant discount) a few days back because it seems to be the “darling” of AV suites this year. Seems like lately, every year it’s someone else; last year it was BitDefender, the year before that Kaspersky. Not saying that I doubt the results of independent testing labs, certainly they’re more credible than the methods employed by sites like CNet and such.

    Anyways.. I was wondering. If I recall.. ALL of the “SecureANYWHERE” products are named so because they also offer extra coverage for mobile devices. In the case of their Suite.. after registering for an account on their site.. one is given the option to also install the Android side of their protection from within their site (pushed to your device). Those registering for this free offer might want to look into that, but I could be wrong. Perhaps this “free” offer doesn’t cover that.

    Webroot does offer a free AV app to Android users.. but the SecureAnywhere version offers Anti-theft protection and device location services as well, which if I’m not mistaken.. is a side-purchase for those not owning SecureAnywhere.

  26. Hans

    Reply to this comment#8OLD COMMENT

    [@h-loehle] I tried it again with the link provided by email and it worked. Don’t know what went wrong. Sorry for any confusion.

  27. hipockets

    Reply to this comment#7OLD COMMENT

    I’m having a problem installing WebrootSecureAnywhere. When I click on wsainstall.exe, I get the message “Do you want to run this file?”. After clicking “Yes”, Process Explorer shows that 10,820K of “private bytes” is loaded. Nothing happens after that. (Still don’t know what “private bytes” means, but I know it’s something about memory)

    I downloaded it again (once from the link on this site, and once from the link in the email) just to be certain that I was downloading the PC version. The download size was 740K in both cases.

    Same results. I even tried a different browser for the downloading.

  28. h-loehle

    Reply to this comment#6OLD COMMENT

    Tried registration with two different email addresses and got two different keys. None of these worked and I’m too tired in the moment to contact Webrrot’s support.

  29. conceptualclarity

    Reply to this comment#5OLD COMMENT

    Webroot says it’s designed to be able to run alongside another AV. I had Panda and Webroot together for a while and they seemed to get along OK. I ended up getting rid of Panda because one of its processes was too much of a CPU glutton on startup on my resources-challenged old XP. (Looking to get a new computer very soon.) If Webroot can run realtime with another AV I don’t see why it shouldn’t be able to run with realtime anti-spyware programs.

  30. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#4OLD COMMENT

    [@hipockets] Turn off live protection for SAS and Malwarebytes, and it will.

  31. hipockets

    Reply to this comment#3OLD COMMENT

    Does SecureAnywhere play nice with SuperAntispyware and Malwarebytes?

  32. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#2OLD COMMENT

    [@Jim Stone] Webroot is a legitimate anti-virus program. It isn’t masquerading as anything. However, if you insist, I’ll do it now and update the post. Check back in 5 mins.

  33. Jim Stone

    Reply to this comment#1OLD COMMENT

    No, it is not all odd to run an anti-virus program through VirusTotal — in fact, malware programs masquerading as antimalware programs are fairly common — and you definitely should have done so.

Important Info

Terms and Conditions

  • This is a 1-computer 6-month license, for home and business use
  • You get free updates for six months
  • No free tech support
  • Can be installed or re-installed after this offer is over, but you need to ensure you get your license key before this offer ends
  • May not be resold
  • No refunds and exchanges; if you are having trouble activating or registering, please ask for help

Technical Details

  • Developed by Webroot
  • Version is
  • Download size is N/A
  • Supports Windows (XP, Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8/8.1 [32-bit and 64-bit]) and Mac OS X (10.7.3, 10.8, 10.9)
  • VirusTotal scan results: 1/46