So I received a non-filtered email earlier today supposedly from Itunes under my email address with an invoice for Netflix subscription. Some of the links were genuine, but ultimately I clicked on a bogus link before it clicked that it was spam.
My browser picked up on the dodgy site and warned me it was unsafe at which point I realised and exited the website. However, I'm unsure if any damage could be done by this point? I did not actually see the webpage and obviously did not enter any details.
I was working on a programming assignment for university at the time which I saved as a .asl file. I saved it and restarted my computer. However, now I've gone to open the file again, I've found my code gone and instead there is a list of urls, most of which I recognie as ones I've visited.
They are in the format...
url.com:HSTS 15 16234 1482854842001,1,0 www.url2.com:HSTS 1 16236 1438483201934,1,1 .......
The numbers I've given are mostly randomised but of the same/similar length as the ones in the file. The last two digits are all 1s or 0s.
Does anyone have any idea what this could be? Should I be worried? Maybe it's a result of something else?