I'm talking about my question: How far should one go to protect his PC? Closed as primarily opinion-based.
But I never wanted to hear opinions, I wanted facts, like "Is FTP safe?", And the fact is "No".
Maybe I didn't ask my question right, maybe I should have asked: "Is there any antivirus capable of detecting all Malware?."
And that is not an opinion based question, you see before I asked my question, I did some research, according to pcmag.com, who tested all the well known antivirus released in 2013, no antivirus is perfect. What does that mean? it means that 1 antivirus is not enough.
I personally have tested nod32 (Esset), Norton, avg, bitdefender, malwarbytes, and avast, none is perfect.
So I'm not the kind of guys who asks about opinions, otherwise I would have asked on yahooanswers.com, maybe on the survey section, where i can get like 20 opinions easily.
Besides, I tried to explain that i tried MWB and AVG and I showcase the results, to try and explain that I need precise answers, I asked 3 separate question, so you could understand my point of view clearly.
I tried to make this question as scientific as possible, I never wanted opinions. But the answers weren't great, i had to pick the one that sounds better, but It's not my fault, I didn't asked for opinions, i asked for data and test, it's a security issue, when did security issues become about opinions?
"Sir, we have a worm, no in my opinion it's a RAT, no, in my opinion you should restart the server and everything will be fine" That's how you see it right?
on yahoo answers, I'd get 20 answers, people debating why they're antivirus is the best, that's why that site exists, people love to give opinions. I want data, facts, tests.
So lets come back to the original question:
If a user didn't want to hear opinions, but the answers were primarily opinion-based, would the question be closed?