-If you answered "no" (to suspicious updates)to the question nbr 6,the test claims i'm answered "yes" and starts advising me accordingly(windows)
For "I do not know" - tips state that the answer was "yes" too.
As my initial answer during first time complete was "no" (since wording of ask is a bit strange. and it is not enough for "yes") - it is possible to suspect that it was initial concern of test. But then switched to another design. But it is not an explanation for "I do not know" = "yes".
Thus, indeed just funny.
// One more point: if all answers are incorrect (zero points) - then, tips are about valid user's answer ("no" for number six).
Thanks for highlighting this.
We have raised this to the concerned team and we will revert once we have a confirmation from their end.
If you answer "yes, no, no, no, yes, yes, yes" you will get 100%.
However, we actually see what you mean and we believe this is a bug and not the normal behaviour as when we tested, it worked fine.
We will investigate. Sincere apologies from us and will let you know once we have fixed this.
Eh,the "original issue" was that when you answer intensionally wrong(no) to the question nbr 6,the "test" claims you anwered "yes" and advises you accordingly,somewhat "funny" i quess..
Btw. you'd be carefull with software updates not being malware(q 6)