Level 7
Hi guys.

As you know, there was an issue on Windows 8.1 x64 systems, where 64-bit processes, which were injected with wrusr.dll, consumed an excess amount of RAM. For most people this was present in explorer.exe, as this was always injected with that said dll. Actually it affected most monitored 64-bit processes.

As of the optional Windows update KB3000850 this issue seems to be resolved. It seems that Webroot was on point by saying it was up to Microsoft to fix it. The bug is still present on Windows 10 preview though.


Level 1
Tested here on my pc and really solved the problem.
What the friend thinks as protection webroot?