Norton Bootable Recovery Tool lets you run a full system scan and find out if your computer is infected with viruses, spyware, Trojan horses, hacking tools, or other security threats. If your computer is infected, you can remove the security threat and recover your computer by using Norton Bootable Recovery Tool. You can create Norton Bootable Recovery Tool on a CD, DVD, or USB key.
Don't list it as free or even free to try, because it's not.
It is a slick package, and probably does what it says it does. BUT it's not FREE. If you are looking to rescue a computer from a virus, keep looking. If you are looking to spend money, on something that probably does work, then you have found your software. Norton has always been good at AV and I would say even without seeing the product it works.
What irks me and I am not sure it's CNET or Norton's fault is to list SW like this in the "FREE" or "FREE to Try" and it not be.