No. When the file is uploaded to the TPAM appliance its filename is randomized and does not include any extension and that temporary file is deleted after it's used in batch processing.
When the process file button is clicked, TPAM reads the file in and expects some kind of delimited file, with or without headers, etc., based on file specifications provided. If it can't make sense of it using defaults or with given specifications it's discarded.
If some type of executable file was uploaded it wouldn't be able to be opened as a Unicode and would certainly fail being opened as text, and thus TPAM would discard it.