As mentioned earlier by secured2k,
Potentially Unwanted Programs (PUPs) are not considered a virus or trojan because they do not self-replicate and they do not damage systems maliciously. Potentially Unwanted Programs can be commercial products. These are not a virus or trojan, but any piece of software which a reasonably security-or privacy-minded computer user may want to be informed of.
We call a file as Potentially unwanted programs (PUPs) because we feel that the file might be used for malicious purposes, although that is not necessary always. It could also be part of a legitimate application/program. Thus we want a reasonably security or privacy minded computer user to know that such a file exists on his system.
If you do not use that file which is getting detected as PUP, you could go ahead and delete the file manually.
hope this helps,
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