Reimage scan just labeled the Glarysoft Glary products as PUA viruses and dumped files!
I just ran a Reimage scan of my Lenovo laptop and it labeled all of the
Glarysoft products on my computer as PUA viruses and dumped them
from my system. Glarysoft and Reimage have always played nice in
the past, what has changed?!! What should I do?
Sorry for the inconvenience.
It is a false report by REimage, and we have contacted REimage software developer to handle this issue as soon as possible.
You can put Glary Utilities in the white list now, and try to update REimage in time.
Thanks for your support and have a good day!
Avira anti-virus also labeled all of the Glarysoft products as PUA viruses and put them in quarantine.
Avira's "threat report" here: https://www.avira.com/en/support-threats-summary/tid/147524/threat/PUA.Glarysoft.ME.23
Similar complaints about Avira with other software here: https://answers.avira.com/en/question/why-antivirus-pro-move-to-quarantine-the-glary-utilities-pro-and-causes-computer-boot-problems-why-it-does-not-allow-installing-this-program-again-and-iobit-system-care-as-well--71350
Michael H. commented
I do not know if Avira Free edition has yet been reported as doing the same thing...but Avira aggressively deleted Glary Utilities from my PC on Jan. 16, 2018. My PC failed to reboot and instead restarted with the BSOD. I had to have a professional IT person repair my PC, after which I uninstalled Avira in order to reinstall Glary Utilities.