I've been trying to run a game demo through the Steam platform today, and kept getting hit with a steam error (steam application load error 3:0000065432). A quick web search shows that this error can be caused by AV software. So I go to look in the fsecure logs, and there's nothing recorded.
On a fairly obvious hunch, I disable Deepguard, and re-run the game demo - it works without a problem. So I quit, re-enable Deepguard, and add the Steam library folder to the exclusion list (which is most certainly not the solution I want to implement, creating small holes in protection). Re-running the game demo now, with Deepguard active and the folder excluded, and the game works fine.
But my question is this - as it's pretty plain that Deepguard blocked something (an .exe?), why isn't the action it took logged anywhere? Or logged in a place visible from the fsecure interface? And logged in a way that would quickly and easily allow me to permit the single blocked item to run, without having to allow an entire folder/subfolder structure?