You just need to search a little diferent, in Google. Whit and without this "
in your search.
If you search for only this > "Trojan.JS."
or by this "TrojanClicker.Linker.H"
( [at]14996 is maybe where it's located at ?? )
You find that is a Rootkit.
Torjan.JS.TrojanClicker.Linker.H you found and deleted...
Look see here > Sunbelt Malware Research Lab
"Trojan.JS." is like a group name / first name.... and "TrojanClicker.Linker.H" is a specific name / like a surname.
A rootkit virus, trojan, spyware and worm is a malware program that may have administrator level access,
to all the network system.
What it does is, it burrow itself deep into the system and hide itself, making it almost invisible and hard to be removed and detected by antivirus.
However Rootkits which doesn't work in Safe Mode won't be detected, this way.
Don't know if you really have a Rootkit or not, or if it is just was a False Positive ( aka FP ).
But there is a lot of programs from well-known Sites that have Rootkit / stealth malware detectores,GMER
is one of them, but it so hard to do i by your self, if you don't know how to do it.
Read at this Page and find out some more...http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic221913.html
Best of Luck and
I can higly Recommend this Program, to run in Safe Mode, it's a good deep scanner. ( and it's free )Norman Malware Cleaner
( run's under OS ( operating systems ) Windows 98, Me, NT, XP, Vista and Windows 7 )