Free WMA to MP3 Converter

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    "malware infected, hijacked my homepage"

    September 17, 2011  |   By deafhound


    Am too busy removing the junk ''Incredimail' that piggy backed in on this download to have tried the Jodix prog. As Incredimail infected my laptop with over 125 folders, almost 800 files & approx 2200 registry keys this may take a while.


    Incredimail installed itself along with Jodix MP3 prog. It hijacked my browser, tried to regisster itself (stopped by commodo) and added itself to my start menu. I thought CNET was safe from this kind of S**T? Shame on you CNET for allowing this junk


    Unless you want to spend hours forensically searching through your registry removing the entries left by the free add on programme (i.e virus) that piggy backs in on the jodix download avoid this. I thought the whole point of CNET was to that downloads were safe and trusted. I will never trust CNET again.

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