If you do find something bad, we have a man on the inside that works hard to get it removed.
Since there are thousands of titles and the review was done months ago or even days ago, there is no way to say that the maker didn't update it with something you didn't want.
Can someone on CNET comment on the reliability of Software products reviewed by CNET. CNET reviews software from large as well as small time vendors and provides their review ratings. By reliability, my question is around whether CNET (as part of its review) verifies that the software is not a malware or does something behind the scenes (like send or steal data out without anyone's knowledge). The one product I am in particular interested in knowing is "Duplicate Cleaner Pro" by Digital Volcano.