Hi, I thought that some in the cnet forum or moderator would see my post . But to my surprise, no body has viewed it. Could not cnet do something about third party programs which plays havoc with all the computers.Only experienced persons could get rid of those unwanted programs, and even antivirus program will not catch it, as it is not a virus.
Then it was babylon, and funmoods toolbar which proved as annoyance. Now it is claro which is downloaded with the freedownloads in interactive session. Why cnet is allowing this nasty, unfriendly and ugly hijacking browser virus which make dent in registry as well. CNEt has to review otherwise, it will be listed elsewhere