You have got to fix this problem. I have downloaded Blackberry Desktop and Backup Extractor and I'm not sure which one (if not both!) has resulted in adware popping up all over the place. What the hell happened CNET? This is not like you.
Has your own security been bypassed or was this an intentional act by CNET?
Please post information on how to remove - this is deplorable conduct! There were no options with these downloads for any other products - I check that very carefully.
PLS ADVISE ASAP!
CNet has corrupted its download manager with so much tricky advertising that it requires a keen eye to avoid downloading an unwanted product. In addition, you guys try every trick in the book using your download manager to do the same thing. You're always trying to trick the user into downloading some program he neither wants nor needs. I do my best to try to avoid using your download manager. The only time I ever use it is when no alternative is available. It seems that ethics have left your company a long time ago. The Internet has become a dirty word and you come near the top of the list of abusers.