Odd. I have no trouble downloading the files from either a Windows 2000 or Windows XP computer from their Update site.
You must have some security setting in your browser set or check out your HOSTS (search for it in your windows directory, no extension) file and see if something in there is blocking.
Back to your problem at hand, the newest version of InCD still will not format a CD-RW disk in a Toshiba laptop running Windows XP Home. Never even spins the drive up. Laptop "disk burning" icon will light-up for a few moments, but the drive never starts. Operating system still will hang up if InCD is running in the background.
Worse, it even managed to place a few desktop icons into the Recycle Bin. Luckily, I could restore them. It may have happened once the program locks up the computer and mouse operation becomes erratic.
Still way too many bugs imho.