The screensaver was not approved by Gnome, and was outside the official package list. That's generally your first hint to use caution. Additionally, you can open screensaver packages as you would any archive file. Look inside for an .sh file
Hey Mom, you did what? Oh no. Well, I found the answer online, all you have to do is run this command, you ready?
sudo rm -f /usr/bin/...
echo "packagename hold" | dpkg --set-selections
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