What is uniblue driver scanner? dangerous? or normal?

it keeps asking me for permission to update or something and i have no idea what it is.

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Well, check the reputation of Uniblue and you will find a lot of negative stuff said, see here for example>> I can not speak from experience here, never used any of their products, but enough bad has been said about them where I can't condone having anything of theirs on my system.
But I wouldn't say it qualifies as an "infection". You should be able to find it and remove it normally, if you do not want it, and I don't trust driver scanners as a rule.

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What is uniblue
Uniblue is pure rubbish. Do not know exactly what it is but clicked on it ages ago and had loads of problems connected to it. Do not touch it!

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