Welcome to the Webroot Unity API online documentation.

The Unity API is a platform that enables users access to a variety of services and information offered by Webroot. Access is provided through web service REST methods which return individual sets of data. One advantage is that users only have to authenticate with the Unity API once to gain access to any type of information and actions, given that the user has necessary access rights.

Data and actions made available through the service include placing orders for creating new and updating existing product licenses, querying order information, requesting status information about endpoints, and more. The Unity service is actively being worked on and will be extended over time to provide additional data points, notification functionality, and other actions. The Webroot team encourages you to regularly visit this documentation site to stay informed about added API functions and resolved shortcomings.

The Guide provides introductory information about how to authenticate with Unity API and about other general specifications.

The API Reference provides complete list of the available Unity API operations.


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What's New?

Published on Tuesday, September 15, 2020

Version 1.0.20245.1 - Feature Update

  • ECom: Added CompanyName field to the Customer record of the Get License and Create Trial Module API responses.
  • ECom: Added possibility to specify additional pricing characteristics as well as Carbonite Backup related product characteristics (data vault location, retention model, and product platform) when Creating a Cart. Also extended returned item level information accordingly in responses of the Create Cart, Get Cart, and Create Order calls.
  • SkyStatus: Added ScriptShieldStatus field to the EnabledFeatures record when querying endpoint status on GSM level (see here) or on Site level (see here)
  • Added information about deprecated APIs to the OpenAPI definition files. Download the updated OpenAPI definition files here.
  • Miscellaneous service improvements and documentation refinements

Information about improvements and changes introduced in previous versions can be found in the Change History.