What you state as 'fact' is merely hot air unless backed up by some form of framework.As to me being too lazy to run these tests some of us have a business to run and can't spend endless amounts of time on such trivia.
The evidence has been provided. I don't know if you're acting stupid, or are really stupid, or do not know how to click on the provided links, or are illiterate and do not know how to read English after clicking on those links. gibran read the reports, and replied with well-thought responses. Debating this with you, on the other hand, looks like nothing but an absolute waste of time. If you are unwilling or do not have the time to educate yourself on these matters so that you can produce informed opinions and arguments, please don't try to engage in debate.
Malware is only malicious when it's running when dormant it's merely code.The ability to prevent the former or detect the latter,which is important?
More regurgitation of media (or possibly Melih) hype with zero background knowledge and understanding.
Recognizing a program as "malicious" is something only a human being can do. Antivirus scanners have no such capability. They scan the code, and if something in it matches what they're programmed to look for, they identify the file as infected. Whether or not the file is active or dormant makes no difference to the scanner, because the code doesn't change.
I can't believe I'm explaining something this simple TWICE. Scanners identify files based on their code. Scanners do not and cannot care whether a file is malicious, or at what times is it malicious. All they can do is scan the code. Please get this into your head before you try to teach others about common sense - something you obviously lack.