What "misleading" information might that be that I was referring?
I dont like conflicts. So i would prefer if both sides would not surf this wave. But i searched a few passages, which i think could have been meant by "misleading".
I emphased some words and took quotes.
"...give users information about what matters which is "Protection" not "detection" by putting dead viruses on your HD and then detect them using Antivirus....."This described test would test antivirus detection of
dead known malwares. By testing this, there is no argumentation about "this is all that counts". But this view is suggested by your statement."Seriously...lets get serious about Testing.
Any financial relationship
between testing organisation and AV companies could be seen as a negative."This is giving the impression, that the test wasnt serious. And that theres a financial relationship, which would include hand in hand benefit. AND, this quote doesnt say, that there is a fee for all, it sounds more as if SOME companies would have such a "relationship" for a hidden benefit.
We had an agreement with AV-Comparatives, I couldn't answer Tech's question, so I said "you are asking the wrong people" to him....
This post (post 2 link) is now in another light. But it can happen in the initial context, that someone could misunderstand that.
Post 3 is not viewable. So we can not be sure about the content.
From post 1, it is possible to feel described as wrong. Thats what i can see.