The publisher of many of these Microsoft Visual C++ 2012 and 2013 Redistributable packages is in Russian:
Why is this?
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Visual C++ redistributable and runtime packages are mostly installed for standard libraries that many applications use. Some are installed along with Windows itself. Any additional versions of the Visual C++ Redistributable you see on your system were installed along with some program that required it. A malware program may have a fake version of Visual C++ Redistributable bundled with it, so that when you install the malware, you also install the fake Visual C++ Redistributable program.
In the Windows Event Viewer you can find a list of installed applications. Search Event Viewer to find out which programs were installed at the same time as the Microsoft Visual C++ 2012 and 2013 Redistributable packages in Russian. Then search for the program(s) online to find out if there are any reports of any of them being malicious software.