Cnet spyware

Hi, i recently downloaded FOXIT reader for my PC. After using the CNET download client i have an annoying popup telling me I need to update windows, but it Is fake. Please tell me how to identify and delete it, and then never use you website again, thank you.

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Small world.

I heard such in this forum and installed Foxit and could not find any sign of this issue. I don't mind trying such things but I used the direct download and didn't find any issue.

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Found it, it is called my pc backup. You really are a piece of **** cnet. GO FUCKEEFK YOURSELF WITH YOUR SPYWARE

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Please clarify.

Your post lead with it being Foxit. Then you changed to my pc backup which I didn't install or know about till you posted.

As you flamed in your new post, this discussion is now locked. If you want me to take another look, remember I have nothing to do with download.com but would like to know if a title is infected.

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