I see it offers to change home page, install tool bars and more. The actual app looks fine but you have to ask, why is it required at all? Why choose this?
Perhaps I've misunderstood the purpose of Cnet, but I have regarded it as a trusted site whenever I'm not sure if something is safe to download, etc. I'm rather tech-impaired and therefore I have to be extra careful and thus I often have questions. But I'm often afraid that some sites that offer advice might be just as bad as the unsafe sites I'm trying to protect myself from. Whenever I see the answer to a question I google from Cnet, then I click on it. However, I just noticed that Cnet offers downloads of ilivid--which is, by many, many accounts extremely malicious and unsafe. So, now my confidence in Cnet is shaken--can I have a good explanation why Cnet would support ilivid? Please restore my confidence!