Here's a screenshot of the actual file shown in your picture.
You can see it is labeled with Research In Motion's name, and it's digitally signed by RIM also.
You can view the file on your PC by navigating to this location in Windows:
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Research In Motion\AppLoader
Your file should look the same as mine. Right-click the file and go to Properties and you should see the same thing that's in my screenshot. Mine may be a slightly different version of the file depending on what version of Desktop Manager you have installed.
But I'm 100% sure that System Mechanic Pro is giving you a false positive. There should be a way in the program to tell it to not detect that -- to mark it as safe so you don't keep getting the false positive results. But Iolo needs to fix that because it's really a bad false positive.
If you want to contact them and send them a link to this thread, it might help.
Edit to add...
I scanned the file online with 36 anti-virus scanners and none of them detect it. It's definitely not spyware and Iolo is giving you a false positive. Virustotal. MD5: afa1040f4b31fb61cc9eb25a1849a55f