Wow, nice to hear that a false-positive report might actually be taken serious - I hadn't really expected that, especially with small piece of freeware like fSekrit :-O
And yeah, it definitely must have been scary to see all those warning lights go off. I got a "Wtf, that doesn't look good!" from the CSC entries until I saw the "These are clients on a windows domain and CSC is the offline files cache.
" part of your post, and looked up what the CSC stuff is.
Let us know when the false positive is gone (or if it doesn't disappear after a couple of updates).
PS: you should upgrade your documents to fSekrit 1.4, there's been a couple of fixes since 1.2. The most important one being file save done robustly
(save to tempfile, rename/move to destination if successful) - prior to 1.4, your document was saved directly to the destination, which meant you could lose data if the save failed (saving to a network location or external drive that disappeared just at the wrong time... or a pesky AV product blocking write access at the wrong moment).
I really should have received a beating for not doing it properly the first time round