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chat software brought executable file in appdata folder

appdata com surrogate windows session manager system32 cachedata log

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I have downloaded a chat software named a Q Whisper which requires codes from two sides to start a chat. i have used it once and in appdata folder it has created 4 exe files named as system32, com surrogate, windows session manager which my antivirus detected as they were updating themselves.

Similar is also there in C folder of my windows os which has a log file which is maintaing log of each activity on my system. another file is there which is named as cache and it has llink or name of files which are there in my C drive.

Am i being a cyber crime victim ?

plz enlighten.

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