Recently started receiving Heur.AdvML.B Auto-Protect exceptions where the indication for the issue is the C++ boost library use of zstd.exe. The error is only reported when testing applications using the Visual Studio debug environment (far as I can tell). I have scanned all of the zstd.exe files located in the boost vcpkg deployment without any Norton findings reported (scan now/file Insight).
I assume this is a false positive indication and can be ignored.
Norton 360: version 22.214.171.124
Window 10 pro: 22H2, build 19045.3393
The File Insight info is below:
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Last Used 09/01/23 at 10:39:31
Startup Item No
Threat type: Heuristic Virus. Detection of a threat based on malware heuristics.
It is unknown how many users in the Norton Community have used this file.
Unknown This file release is currently not known.
High This file risk is high.
Source: External Media
File:................\vcpkg\buildtrees\boost-iostreams\x86-windows-dbg\boost\standalone\ac\be5942cda3c3f2780e89dae0e486e1dd\zstd.exe No fix attempted
File Thumbprint - SHA: Not available
File Thumbprint - MD5: Not available