There is nothing wrong with the code of the application. There's definitely something wrong with how modern antivirus software work. They no longer even analyze the file - they use "artificial intelligence" systems to do the hard lifiting. And those systems are extremely error-prone.
If there's something wrong with Remote Utilities 220.127.116.11 why would about 66 antivirus solutions (according to VirusTotal data) classify the software as clean? Whereas only 7-10 of them mistakely detect it as a threat and remove the classification with apologies when we submit a false positive? This is the same story with each new release :)
As for Microsoft - they added Remote Utilities 18.104.22.168 in Microsoft Store. So it's ridiculous that they mark as unsafe the very software they accepted in the store. See the MS Store download links on the download page https://www.remoteutilities.com/download/ . If you don't trust our website you can download the program from there (these are the same distributables).