and what eset says it is.
Multi-virus (43) scanner here: https://www.virustotal.com/ Upload the file eset says is malicious and scan with 43 virus engines and copy/paste the url of the scan in your reply.
Could be a PUP (Possibly Unwanted Program). As CNET has the download button marked 'CNET Installer Enabled' eset may be detecting this as a PUP. PUPs are not normally malicious, but are programs some users do not want.
A possibly better choice of download would be to go directly to Corel here: http://www.corel.com/corel/product/index.jsp?pid=prod4220093&cid=catalog20038&segid=5900044&storeKey=us&languageCode=en
Hope this helps.
eset my security software is detecting a threat from cnets corel paint shop. Can you fix this and let me know what I need to do?