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Viewing the protection status

To show your computer's overall protection status, the system tray icon and the main interface change colors, as follows:

  • Green. Your computer is secure.

  • Yellow. One or more messages require your attention.

  • Red. One or more critical items require your intervention.

To view details about the current status and settings, open the main interface by right-clicking on the Webroot icon TrayClean.jpg from the system tray menu, then View Status. (For Endpoint editions, click Open.)

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If your system is secure, the main interface is green and displays a message that you are protected.

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If an issue requires your attention, the main interface describes the problem.

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SecureAnywhere also opens an alert in the system tray.

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SecureAnywhere takes the appropriate action to quarantine the items. It may also prompt you to take action yourself (see Running an immediate scan and Managing quarantined items).