Re: General rules!
I'm using Eset Nod32 Antivirus.
further investigations of the files have the following result.
The Files are claiming to be SFX Archives with password protection. To get the password your are forced to send an SMS to an unknown SMS Serviceprovider, or to submit your mobile-phone-number via Internet to them promissing that you'll recieve the needed password via SMS, and that's truly inacceptable - at least for me!
If other users has no Problem with this, they shoulfd not cry about a high phone bill, SMS-Abonnement or any other unwanted behaviour - that's not my Problem then :-)
btw. when executing the File "Hemming vintage magazines. part1.exe" there comes up an additional thread alerted by Windows Defender immidiately, on another File inside oft the Temp Directory - probably extracted from this File.
I don't argument against password protected SFX-Archives but really not this way - although I generally prefer clean standard Archives (RAR, ZIP, 7z , ACE etc.)