No. As the non-migrating family member did not make a combined application with the applicant, any future visa in which they want to lodge to enable entry into Australia, under a program in which the Fraud PIC is an assessable criterion, is permissible.
On 01/05/2012, Applicant B lodges a new application as the primary applicant, with Applicant C as secondary applicant, for a visa that is subject to Fraud PIC.
As Applicant B is subject to a three year bar due to their previous refusal on the grounds of the giving of false/misleading information), Applicant C must have their current application and visa refused (because they cannot satisfy the “main applicant must be visaed first” secondary criterion.).
Applicant B continues to be subject to the bar until 01/05/2014.
Applicant C however, is not subject to a three year bar. This is because the bar applies only if a visa is refused due to the giving of false/misleading information or a bogus document, not on the basis of previous refusals of applications made during a bar period (this also prevents the bar period from being reset every time a person makes an application prior to the expiry of the bar period).