Maybe, you should ask this question Symantec? It's a link to Symantec's web-site, and it's Symantec who included a rival product to their PCAnywhere into the list of suspicious software.
This topic was already discussed here:
Please, care to read forum before posting a new "sensation".
Also, don't you think reading a page you're linking to carefully
is a good idea? Here's a quote:
Remote Administrator is a LEGITIMATE remote administration software. However, some of its components can be used for malicious purposes, as it allows a hacker to control a user's computer.
remote control software, should I add.
Ilia Demenkov, Famatech support team (firstname.lastname@example.org).