While using an open port checking tool (Technicians toolbox v1.1.0) I found a strange user name listening on port 139 hiding in PID 4 with a mix of Chinese and other Unicode characters as the user name:
There is no command line or creation date or an executable path or device path listed. Also the program won't let me trace the file path; it comes up with "Error". In Windows Task Manager, PID 4 shows as "System".
The Unicode characters are:
U+548B U+0824 U+428D U+8B0C U+E84A U+C833 U+ACE8 U+F8A9 U+B8FF U+F680 U+7318 U+29E9 U+FBBA U+22FF U+9305 U+0219 U+005C
The Google translator translated the Chinese portion as "Ye Ge mad dog" mixed with some form of Unicode.
According to unicode-table.com there is a mix of Arabic, Korean, Japanese, Latin and Chinese with private code blocks mixes throughout.
I am running my laptop through a Belkin 600 wifi range extender boosting off of a Linksys WRT54GS, both have no security.
Does anyone have any idea what this is? Should I kill this process?