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Hello all,

After accidentally clicking on a dodgy ad and closing it as quickly as possible, I ran an ESET scan. There are multiple other files that ESET is unable to open but amongst them the ones I am concerned about are the ones below which ESET states are damaged archives. Another has an incorrect file checksum. Is this possible malware? Many thanks for any help.

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\\Uefi Partition » UEFI » uefi:\\Volume 2\Firmware Volume Image {20BC8AC9-94D1-4208-AB28-5D673FD73486}\Volume 1\Freeform {1A1E2341-A2FB-42C7-8D17-3073D08EB21D}\Unnamed partition\Volume 1 - archive damaged - the file could not be extracted.

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\\Uefi Partition » UEFI » uefi:\\Volume 2\Firmware Volume Image {20BC8AC9-94D1-4208-AB28-5D673FD73486}\Volume 1\Freeform {DD6569A7-E455-4EE5-B2BA-ECDA84ACBC99}\Unnamed partition\Volume 1 - archive damaged - the file could not be extracted.

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\\Uefi Partition » UEFI » uefi:\\Volume 3\Raw volume {00000000-0000-0000-0000-000006000000}\Unnamed partition - archive damaged - the file could not be extracted.

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C:\OEM\FIVT\FIVT_Matched.ini.7z » 7ZIP » FIVT_Matched.ini - Incorrect file checksum (CRC); the file is probably password protected.

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Did you run the scan as an administrator? As for the error "invalid file checksum", ignore it. The archive is probably password protected.

 

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