I'm sorry to say this happens from time to time because our code obfuscator gets used by malware authors and the virus signature ends up containing our obfuscator signature. You can consider it a false positive.
If it makes you feel any better, you can use an md5 utility
and compute a hash on that DLL. It should match if the DLL has not been modified.
The MD5 hash for RedGate.SQLTest.dll version 220.127.116.11 is f809c4370e7150f2fcfdbdff3b4c8de5