That Trojan definition seems to have been created as a one-off by McAfee, I can't find it referred to anywhere else.
However, that class of Trojan is reported in a few places, and one site says of a similar enquiry
"The virus appears to be adware related, so it's probably not too bad."
In another case BleepingComputer dealt with, the Farbar tool they recommended returned a number of entries that were clearly related to a Chrome extension. So, whichever browser you are using, check it for unknown or unrecognised add-ons or extensions. Something may have installed itself there without you knowing.
Try running Malwarebytes (free version!) and AdwCleaner and see if they find anything.
Malwarebytes | Malwarebytes Premium - scroll down until you can see the option to get the free version
If the problem still occurs come back and give us some system info - OS, browser, and a screenshot of any message you see with the Trojan name in it.
You might want to confirm that the detection doesn't belong to an application you're aware of. Once confirmed you may delete the detection from quarantined files; note that a restart is required to complete the removal.
Also confirm if you are on version 15.1 R2