Here is another current false positive by A-squared (Emsi) looking at Linkman, with the heuristic component on.
 C:\Program Files\Linkman\Linkman.exe detected: Heuristic.Dialer.RAS!A2
I mention it here because it can be very frustrating trying to get even the simplest false positive corrected through the anti-virus bureaucracies -- as I learned through a difficult Emsi experience which flagged a task manager on another system.
Emsi also tends to put VNC programs as medium risk, also sometimes Network or FTP references, however those are mostly not files but registry entries, so far less of a concern. And gave popups on a UBCD4 iso until I restricted the scan (note, I did not find an "exclude folder" method which would have made it easier, only include). And Emsi put three VNC files into quarantine without asking -- although it was easy to put them back.
There was one other file reference, other than the Linkman false positive, that I am researching. However most of the side stuff I can put on another thread, if of interest. Here I just want to mention the Linkman false positive.
Later I hope to get back to the features and all the ins and outs of using Linkman, including some questions and issues about the merging of files and the ins and outs, pluses and minuses, of the Dropbox connection.