You don't need to do anything - the fact that McAfee found them indicates you're already protected.
Moved this to the Artemis Forum as a better spot for it. Artemis is the generic name McAfee gives to unknown detections.
As SafeBoot has said there is nothing you need to do, but I would add you should be careful what you download and where you download from, don't open obvious spam emails etc.
Keep your system totally up to date in ALL aspects.
There are some extra hints and tools in the last link in my signature below should you need them.
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As Safeboot indicated you must not worry!!.
The detection that you see on the machine is an automatic detection from McAfee because it found something suspicious and has basically quarantined the file.
I wouldn't be worried about it unless it picked up something / keeps detecting something and fails to remove it.
As a Thumb rule when you see some suspicious activity and would like to investigate more you could do below steps
1.Download and run Getsusp from Getsusp.mcafee.com
2.After the scan finishes examine the results- Post on forums if you need some clarification.
As McAfee is already installed - examining the On Access Logs must give an insight as to what file might have got detected.
To Get the logs
Open Run dialogue by pressing WIN + R, type the following and hit Enter
Go to %AllUsersProfile%/Application Data/McAfee/VirusScan/Logs/
Copy the OAS.log file and attach in forums - or alternatively you could review the content from the bottom ( its time stamped sequential events on detection).
I might add to the discussion, when you run the latest McAfee Getsusp, please enter your Email Address under "Preferences" before scanning. Upon doing so, you should receive a (Work Item #) confirming that your Suspicious /Unknown detections are being analyzed.
Should the case be that after (4-5) business days, your submission has not been Cleared/Whielisted, please post back the (Work Item ID #) and quite possibly we can contact someone in McAfee Labs, to expedite the process.
All the very best,
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