False Positive my A$$
I also got this yesterday, after downloading a program from CNET.
Just admit CNET is trying to boost it's revenue for 2012 by including adware in it's downloads. It's very high quality, windows-lookalike, adware. I am sure most people that get it, don't even realize what's happened.
It comes up looking like your Windows security center, saying you have viruses and trying to access the internet. DO NOT BE FOOLED. I lost money because I had to take my system offline. Adware is always bad, and in some cases malicious when it causes the loss of revenue.
SHAME ON CNET FOR TAKING ADVANTAGE OF A TRUSTING VISITORSHIP.