avidvdburner will install the malware certified-toolbar on your machine without even asking your permission at least on Windows XP.
After I payed $29 and registered avidvdburner, I noticed that my laptop was overheating and looked at the task manager and a program named setup.exe was using the cpu. Then my browsers home page were high jacked.
I was able to un install it via the control panel. But I think my laptop is now compromised.
This was confirmed by Andrew Thomson from avidvdburner support.
On top of that the menu feature that was the reason I decided to buy the software sucks. I feel I have been "ripped off".
Every time I will upgrade the software it will re install the malware certified-toolbar.