Originally Posted by Mike-Techno-Thug
Slay, I did like you said when I saw you reply last night.
Its not MSE bothering NOD32, everytime I look inside OC Pi thread, there is some banner or ads NOD32 keeps blocking.
If you need me too, I'll pull my logs from NOD32 and post it back up later this afternoon.
I'll see you guys later on...
You can post the logs if you want but they wont do any good. The simple truth is this.
We have members here who have posted no issues running MSE, multiple creditable members.
We have the Tech Admin posting no issues with Eset.
Now that is a security expert posting no issues with MSE and a security expert posting no issues with Eset. You are the only person reporting an issue with the site, you are also the only person using a compromised system. A coincidence? I highly doubt it. Even after removal of MSE your system is still compromised. It is still conflicted as to what decisions to make on files cause those are the same files that caused issues before.
The only way to be sure is to format the system, install only 1 AV and test again. That is the only way to be sure that your system is no longer compromised or conflicted. Until then your logs are not going to give us proof that something is wrong with the site when we already know your PC is compromised and conflicted. Until such time it is just a compromised system giving errors cause of an internal conflict.
I know you are going to try and argue with me. But the facts are present in this entire topic. You have Trotter, Roark, Remixed, MoM, Tech Admin and myself all reporting no issues. 3 of the site Administrators are posting no issues at all. 1 of which who used 12 different browsers to test on 2 separate OS's. In case you didnt know, IE 10 is only available in Win8 Developer Preview at this point. So not only did I test this within Win7, but Win8 as well. Neither OS is showing any errors.
5 different people, 12 different browsers and 2 different OS's, one of which is the same one you use, and not a single issue aside from your system which you already said you compromised cause you had 2 AV programs installed. Partially disabled or not MSE is still active, it is built into the system far more than you know. Even if you disable the real time protection MSE will still ask to scan or will still scan upon demand or the set schedule if you failed to disable that aspect of the program. If you didnt disable the active scan then you most certainly had the conflict. If you did disable the active scan Windows would have been giving you issues that MSE was disabled and to correct the problem constantly.
So the evidence is there. If you choose to believe it or not is your choice. You can try and fight with me all you want, but I have shown more than enough proof that it is not the site at all. The only thing you have shown is a compromised system acts up and gives you errors that are not truly there.