The data in this report was generated on February 23rd, 2019 and includes data collected in the last 6 months from users of our free tools including MetaAccess
The information in this report is representative of tens of millions of data points collected from over 30,000 live endpoints and includes both corporate and home users.
I think that's the most logical explanation, but still... Kaspersky has 3 million likes on Facebook, Webroot has 130k, that should mean something.Well i didn't know that graphic! Ty for showing me. But i can't help... Maybe because it's offered with other products? (example: sign with X internet provider and earn webroot av)
and:Because people like to be scammed
only serve to reveal the mentality (and poor level of debate) of some people on this Forum.Because Webroot is much better than Kaspersky. If you think otherwise, you're just a hater who don't understand how it works
Interestingly, he was reacting to a post made by Umbra, referring to another month's statistics from OPSWAT in which Webroot's market sector was incidentally pretty unimpressive.Watch out, this statistic just cover those end users that have OPSWAT free tool installed on their PC. Its likely covering only English language users but they claim that it is representative based on "the wide accessibility of our free tools". I could not find the user base of their free tool (i.e. not promising).
Wilders Security — Webroot SecureAnywhere Discussion & Update Thread
Well it is (seemingly) impossible to have reasoned debate with die hard Webroot fans. As a result, I gave up trying long ago.only serve to reveal the mentality (and poor level of debate) of some people on this Forum.
I have a free license for WR, yet I prefer WD. I haven't had any malware with either product (according to second-opinion scans), but WR gave me too many inscrutable false positives, requiring me to whitelist a dozen or more dlls individually if I wanted to run lesser-used software like Seamonkey or Pale Moon. After all that, WR often failed to keep the whitelist settings, forcing me to redo it every few days. I even submitted samples for whitelisting to no avail.Well it is (seemingly) impossible to have reasoned debate with die hard Webroot fans. As a result, I gave up trying long ago.
If anyone wants to use Webroot that's fine. I just find it curious that some Webroot fans think that there's something remarkable about how it works, when there's actually nothing remarkable about it.