During a scan, Comodo Internet Security picked something called Heur.Suspicious@76588732. It was found in C:\Nexon\Combat Arms\NMService.exe.
Personally, I think that this is a false positive as it was installed on the same date & around the same time I installed Combat Arms, which is a multiplayer FPS. However, to be on the safe side I’ve quarantined the file.
I kind of did things differently after reading what you wrote. I went to the Quarantine & I used the Submit button to submit the file that way. Does that way work as well, or should I still do the method you suggested? I also un-quarantined the file & now for some reason Comodo Internet Security isn’t popping up a message saying that file has been detected as a virus. Maybe it’s because I submitted the file & for the time being it isn’t popping up with that message?
I can confirm it has been - I manually scanned the file after actually re-installing Combat Arms (just in case removing the file from Quarantine while having the anti-virus enabled caused a problem) & CIS didn’t detect it as a virus.