This is exactly why you don't download software via 'cnet'.
Go to the products direct link or homepage. For software to be included by default, without the explicit approval of the user is just plain deceitful. Cnet offer some great articles and advice, but when I want to download software I go straight to the source. Cnet has down this with 'Avira', 'Nero' and others in the past and it's wrong. Makes one wonder how crap 'Ask,com' actually is to conspire such nefarious means.