My Windows 10 endpoint protection (KAV) generated an alert for phishing victim. So I ran a full system scan yesterday and got many “Object corrupted” files.
What does this mean?
Best answer by MilanBortel
yes, just as I thought - whenever you see a folder path containing “Cache” I wouldn’t worry and remove content from that folder (keep the folder itself!). If files are held by OS, you’ll be prompted..
Last two items are located in servicing\LCU:
For more details on LCU folder please follow https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/be35a9ee-a610-4fdc-bb6c-50b9f458d19a/huge-lcufolder-after-latest-cumulative-update-on-windows-10-1809?forum=win10itprosetup
Hope it helps