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CNET Is one of the worst service ever. Today when I installed the software through it because that software is not available anywhere on internet. I installed it.

After the installer open I run it there is no option that tell me that it install it anything on my PC. Maybe this design very cheaply to enter a spyware in someone’s computer.

It’s install 2 spyware. First it’s download the EXE (which is correct as it should) then I close it. This is not closed. He still downloading the 2 spyware in my PC.

Then suddenly my Chrome crash. I amazed because I rarely got any crash. I never doing any experiments so what happen. Now After restart the chrome I restart the chrome. I am 100% sure something going wrong in my PC. I check the extensions in Chrome, Now It’s have a extension that I never have installed in my chrome.

Suddenly another crash happen. Because 2nd crash I disabled that extension now I got another extension in my Chrome. I really don’t want these 2 extension without any reason. Now I disable it too. I finally check my Task manager and delete that exe (which cnet used to install something on my PC).

Remember that CNET installing the CRAP spyware in your PC for Freeware which is freely available to user.

The same thing also happen with my one of http://sourceforge.net/ project. A site on internet make installer of my repository and distribute it on their own site. after run that kind of setup it’s install the spyware.

Beware of site like this. CNET and many other install the spyware and that’s how they work.

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