The only trusted option you get is with PUPS (Potentially Unwanted programs) so this is not a really bad file that is why Mcafee gives you the option to trust it. What is the program file name and where does Mcafee say it is installed? Maybe a pic of the details in the trusted list might assist.
Posible this might help you
AdWare-Bprotect is a fake performersoft installer. It drops a dll which works as BHO named "Browserprotect.dll"
Browserprotect.dll is BHO extension installed on Google Chrome, Firefox or Internet explorer, this application tends to provide your security and protect your browser from harms and damages but in reality, the Browserprotect.dll is a fake and corrupt program. Websites are automatically opened on the computer after a frequent interval.
AdWare-Bprotect also disables the following:
- Folder options
- Task manager
- Registry editing tools
- Active Desktop
Do not confuse "Browserprotect.dll" with a legitimate Firefox add-on called "BrowserProtect". This one comes from a company called "PerformerSoft LLC" and may have been included with any one of a number of free downloads.
The add-on or extension will have been installed in each browser on your system and needs to be removed from each one separately.
Malwarebytes is said to remove this unwanted program. Running a McAfee scan should have repaired the registry settings that were changed.
Uninstall "Browser Manager", "Browser Protection" or any software with the name "Browser ***" from Control Panel, then go to the Program Data folder and delete the folder "Browser Protect" or shred it with McAfee, then restart and it is gone