I've tried moving the cursor over the word ads above (they appear commonly in the site of CNET Download.com, i.e. the Download section of this CNET website.) and it always indicate dw.com.com. I wanted to block it using NoScript but there's no "dw.com.com" indicated; only i.com.com and d.com.com are the closest matches.
OK, I've posted this thread before that in the Virus and Security section, thinking that my problem is related to an infection. I've been advised to post at this section instead... so, here I am.
Ok, since a couple of weeks ago, and about more than half the time I explore CNET Download.com, I kept seeing a white bar right on top of the webpage. I do not know what it is, but I think it's related to a spate of increase in the Advertising category Tracking Cookie, com.com, that has been detected by my scanners like Ad-Aware and Advanced WindowsCare.
mods, is there a reason to the word-only advertising for Download.com, and is there a solution to get rid of it?
Just for info, I have been visiting Download.com for ages with Mozilla Firefox, with NoScript and AdBlock Plus installed.