Avast, Nvda.Messaging.Interop.100.dll, and Win32:evo-gen threat

It’s been a couple of months I didn’t use Visual Studio, CUDA, nor Nsight. I’m currently developing some java app with Netbeans. I went to take a coffee, and when I came back, Avast showed me a red message:

Object: C:\Program Files (x86)\NVIDIA Corporation\Nsight Visual Studio Edition 2.2\Host\Common\Nvda.Messaging.Interop.100.dll

Infection: Win32:Evo-gen [Susp]

Process: c:\Windows\Sysem32\rundll32.exe

The thread had been detected and blocked just before file’s opening.

I suspect it’s merely Nsight’s will to contact Nvidia’s servers for a report on my usage of the Nsight software. Is that possible?