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Thanks for all the comments and advice.
An update to my original post:
The trojan had encrypted a bunch of other files, including jpgs and avi files.
We think she noticed suspicious activity before all the files were encrypted, she ran her antivirus which nuked the trojan.
So I'm not sure whether the Macrium Files would have been safe.
I've also been thinking about network drives.
We use Synology Nas which are password protected. We do NOT map the drives.
However we do add these details in User Credentials so Macrium can access these network folders.
So I'm wondering whether this makes us vulnerable?