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Webroot DNS Protection Pros and Cons

Webroot DNS Protection Pros

Team Lead NOC (HelpDesk Manager) at Top Rated Plus Freelancer on UpWork
Almost everyone who uses it is happy about the product. I don't get any types of complaints from my clients.
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Administrator at zuuTech
The installation is easy and doesn't take long. The program speedy and doesn't crash. It doesn't consume computer hardware or software.
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KS
Assistant Technical Consultant at Digiswitch Infotech Pvt. Ltd.
When compared with other products, Webroot DNS Protection is the best to secure the end users.
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FR
Sr Technician at a computer software company with 501-1,000 employees
The dashboard of the solution is a valuable feature.
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Webroot DNS Protection Cons

Team Lead NOC (HelpDesk Manager) at Top Rated Plus Freelancer on UpWork
It needs to be more secure for production environments.
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Administrator at zuuTech
The reporting system needs improvement. They should make is that we can customize it so we can add, remove or change its interface but they use a template. The reports cannot be changed.
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KS
Assistant Technical Consultant at Digiswitch Infotech Pvt. Ltd.
Reporting is not done in real-time. Rather, it is done in 15-minute intervales. This is something that should be configurable by the admin.
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FR
Sr Technician at a computer software company with 501-1,000 employees
If the solution could integrate with FortiGate where there would only be a need of one dashboard instead of having to set policies on our firewall and our DNS, this would be helpful.
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