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.
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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
Thanks I will try that