CPF+NOD32 (ver. 3.0)

Hello everybody,
I have some question regarding work of CPF.
After some ugly surprise that in CPF blocked aplication can still connect the internet without CPF even catch it in Active connection I found out that new NOD32 version 3 redirect all traffic through own check (process ekrn.exe) and with this generally bypass CPF protection. I don’t know how about you but I would consider this as serious leak. If NOD32 can as a side effect hide active connection to CPF what possibly can do some malicious aplication. Any solution for this?
Best regards

You can choose what NOD32 V3 scans through it’s proxy.

From Eset support forums…

If you don’t want a particular program communicating via HTTP/POP3 to be routed via the local proxy, set web access protection to route only marked applications through the proxy and put a cross next to the applications that you want to bypass the proxy. Applications that do not communicate through HTTP/POP3 are not routed through the proxy whatsoever.