Ran AVG which showed Win32/Heri. This was not found in AVG Virus dictionary or in a couple of other dictionaries. So just closed AVG without any action and ran AVG again. No virus was detected on the second run.
Ran AVG a third time whence Win32/Heri was detected once. Unlike the first run when it was identified twice. The virus is in the C:\System Volume Information-restore (etc) .exe and is Access Denied. So it can't be tested as a file.
It is probably infection detected using heuristic analysis, which is a simulation and evaluation of the scanned object's instructions in a virtual computer environment. Therefore, it can even detect malicious code not yet described in the virus database.
I ran a scan tonight, and receieved (5) positives for the same file, however they have been on my computer for over 6 month's and never got a hit before. They are in my TAW\F22\ADF folder in DLL's. I have not opened this folder, or played the game for over 2 month's, and I doubt seriously that whatever site or program installed them in this folder.