I got a slight shock when I did a scan with AVG today and found what's stated in the title above. See attached pictures of log from AVG:
After google failing to give me a good answer (mainly a lot of "blogs" recommending downloading anti spyware-something something and delete some winreg entries), I tried to locate all files named win32k.sys and uploading them to virustotal.com. Think I uploaded about 6-9 now, with no threats detected.
I don't have any funny or odd looking services running in task manager as far as I've can tell (checked off show all users and googled some of the processes). My CPU-usage as I write this is between 2-10 %, staying mostly around 2-4 %.
That is how far I got on my own, and to be honest I'm a bit lost now. I suspect that this is a false positive. At the same time, if I'm wrong, inline hook seems like some nasty business. Also I'm confused by the "part of operating system".
For information, the ESEA client is a 3rd party client used to play Counter-strike: Global Offensive. It's a really intrusive anti cheat, and has been known to get detected as malware/trojan/virus by other anti virus programs.
Please note that the 2nd detection, ESEA, only appeared after i ran CCleaner (and did a re-scan in the hope that inline hook would go away).
So my question is, should I not worry about this? Or should i dig deeper? I apologize if I miss any information needed.
Thank you for all help.
Operating system: Win 7 64-bit.
Edited by ddrz, 23 September 2015 - 08:10 PM.