It could have been better if they filed a request of FP removal with Kaspersky, not Surfright. In this way, when Kaspersky removes the FP detection, HitmanPro automatically follows suit, thus killing two birds with one stone.I have just received this response from Zemana answering my concerns about HitmanPro detecting it as malware and they assure me there is nothing to worry about:
"There is nothing to worry about, this is a false positive. We are aware of it and have filed a request with SurfRight. As a temporary solution, you can choose the exclude option of your HitmanPro.
We are expecting whitelisting, but in the meanwhile we would ask you to report the case as well. This may speed up the process."
HitmanPro, by itself, didn't detect Zemana software. It was the Kaspersky engine that detects it.
Anyway, if I'm not mistaken, a Surfright dev already mentioned in the other forum that the FP detection is removed.