A few days ago, I downloaded an .zip attachment that claimed to be a transaction report. There was only one file inside the archive "TRANSACTION REPORT.scr". It seemed like AutoCad could open it (from the description column) so i instinctively double-clicked (stupid, yes) but nothing happened. After a second or so, i then remembered coming across viruses with the same extension and also why would a report be .scr of all things? So i ran a Kaspersky scan and i got nothing. I uploaded to VirusTotal which showed that only a few antivirus programs found it malicious and that it mainly sends a GET request to http://freegeoip.net/json/.
The thing is when i right-click on the .scr file, there is no 'open' among the options, only 7zip extract, rename and so on. So the question is, did the file really run when i double-clicked? I just ran another Kaspersky scan and this time, it detected it as a "DangerousObject" and deleted it (belatedly). So am i in any danger? What do you recommend? The file came with some bank-related email and i worry that a copy of it or something could be lurking somewhere on my pc waiting to forward my card details whenever i try to buy stuff. Thanks for your help.