Updating webroot firewall
If you are still experiencing VPN blocked by Webroot issue, then we highly recommend that you should contact either your VPN service provider or Webroot for advanced troubleshooting procedures.Conclusively any of the aforementioned solutions should be able to fix VPN blocked by Webroot problems.
Firstly, you need to consider temporarily disabling Webroot in order to use your VPN service.Therefore, you need to add your VPN in Windows Firewall Advanced settings.Here’s how to do this:: right-click “Routing and Remote Access (PPTP-Out)”, select “Enable Rule”."Webroot have acknowledged the issue and are currently investigating it." We're told affected machines struggle to boot up properly.There are workarounds described here, which involves disabling antivirus protection.However, some customers have experienced a problem with the update, so Webroot's 24-hour support team has been working with them directly to remedy this quickly.
If you are one of those customers, we sincerely apologize. Another tipster, a sysadmin in the UK, wrote in today to tell us: "I'm currently dealing with some of the fallout from this, and scared about tomorrow as we have 700-plus installs of Webroot – including 130-plus in the US where we don't have any IT staff." It sounds like a low-level component used by Webroot is touching memory it shouldn't, causing the kernel to stop.
Webroot might block this port as a security measure.
Therefore, you should disable SSL monitoring for the port exclusion.
So, ensure you try out any of the workarounds in order to fix the VPN problem.
However, we do appreciate if you share your experience with us.
This version provides relief to those customers experiencing installation problems.