FP - in application 'Fanfare'

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  1. NOD32 user

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    NOD32 is sometimes picking up a FP o_O in system memory.
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    Operating memory is OK. System memory infection
    originated from file C:\Program Files\Fanfare\Client.exe.
    Client.exe is in this instance part of the 'Fanfare' Client application :D
    How would ESET have me proceed - obviously I don't want NOD or any other AV to knock this app over. :eek:
     
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  2. Marcos

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    If NOD32 detects it as a probable NewHeur_PE virus, send the file to support@eset.com with a link to this thread.
     
  3. IBK

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    I got the same message too and reported it some weeks ago.

    "Operating memory is OK. System memory infection originated from file C:\Programme\Norton Personal Firewall\NISRes.dll."

    It appears when starting NOD32 in the log. When scanning this file/folder NOD32 does correctly not find anything in this file.
     
  4. Marcos

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    OK, I think I know what the problem is. If the on-demand scanner does not show up anything you can consider it a bug in the beta which has been fixed and the release version will not report this message.
     
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    Thanks - will do (not finding anything in the log file)
     
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    Fixed as promised - Thank You
     
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