I am not sure, but I have concerns if my workstation is affected with some sort of malware or spyware. I haven't told the IT administrator yet, but will once if the issue is confirmed. If I confirm, IT administrator will conduct a complete cyber security assessment. If nothing is found, I can get in trouble.
My workstation is a Windows 10 x64 PC installed with Kaspersky Internet Security 2017. I am getting continuous warning messages from the Kaspersky Software about suspicious files that should be removed. I clicked on the disinfect button for many of those. But most of the disinfections fail and ask me to delete those files. I oblige and does what it asks me to do. I thought it ended there. Later I accessed my personal email from the workstation and a few hours later, I got a message in my Gmail saying it blocked a sign in attempt from Amsterdam. I got scared and immediately changed the password. I was worried if some spyware or trojan in the workstation might have leaked my email credential to the some hackers.
Is this is a clear cut sign of spyware/malware/trojan infection?