There is a growing concern that certain AV vendors are gaming the On-demand tests run by AV-C and AV-Tests. Does anyone have any such concerns. I just see way too many cases where companies are getting 100% detection, not 99.9%, not 99.6% but a full 100%. I'd like to understand if any of the reviewers on this board, AV-C, AV-Test can confirm this. There are many ways I can think of that certain vendors are gaming this test. Notably, 1. Attempting detect the IP address range used by these reviewers and having special cloud handling for any cloud-requests coming from these machines. 2. Detecting X positives detections in the last Y files, which puts the product in a special 'aggressive' mode. 3. Detecting filenames and pathnames of a certain format like those used by reviews e.g. C:\FF\33\82\A9\....\FF3382A9.....exe where the FF33 is the hash of the file. Other similar techniques..