Through an updated policy, a small number of security program vendors currently mistakenly identify the program as "Potentially Unwanted". A PUA / PUP, a potentially unwanted application / program is detected. This means: The AV manufacturer assumes that you might not want to use this program. Your security solution will classify them based on characteristics such as the way a software is advertised, how it is structured, etc.
You may know of programs that detect alleged threats (e.g. viruses) and only help after payment - often called scareware. Exactly in this category the WinOptimizer / Driver Updater was put by mistake. Why? The program uses e.g. the red colour in error analyses to make a hint or warning character clear - as e.g. traffic signs do. We also use terms such as "problem" or "threat" when we think it is appropriate. Apparently we are no longer allowed to do that!
We have therefore already adapted and updated our software accordingly. Many of the affected manufacturers have already reacted and removed the PUP/PUA detection from their products. There the program is already accepted again without problems.
With Eset Nod32 and MalWareBytes, however, the check still continues.
Until a solution becomes available you would have to define an exception in your security program for our product or for the PUA/PUP signature found, so that you can still use the software. The support of the respective anti-virus manufacturer will be available to answer your questions in this regard. In addition, we will of course continue to be available to you in the event of queries.
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