I lost a lot of respect for CNet once I tried to dl from their site. Was shocked such a highly reputable site would allow such cr@p to be fed to us. If they don't have time to assure dl's are safe for their members, don't provide the link...being on the site implies their approval, which they in-fine-print will sometimes tell you they're not liable for any cr@p links they provide on their site. Unforgivable.
I would like to see a ban on all software vendors within CNET that decieve the public in thinking they are giving away software for free by advertizing free downloads. Of course, all downloads are always free. Letting the poor victim download and install the ware and then asking for payments without even given you a trial period. That is criminal because even after un install, there is always something that is left behind by those croocks.