Hi folks, this is my first post. I'm hoping someone with more skills than I can help out. I installed a remote desktop program called AnyDesk on OSX. When testing by connecting to another laptop, I typed the AnyDesk ID number in of my target machine, then I simply went to copy the ID number into the clipboard and paste it into notes so I could easily access it in future. Strangely the ID number was pasted, and then immediately following the ID number a whole bunch of Chinese(?) characters also pasted into notes. It looks like the Chinese characters had been amended to my clipboard. I tried searching what the text meant, but pasting it into Safari and hitting search caused Safari to crash! The ID number is a 9 digit numerical string. Then this is the strange text that was appended to it. 獢退渭늜ᄠ䙉翍翿正䙲ǔ릴Ŏ翿뗠䵕悀翿慲䙎怀䓍䙸ᰘ䧄猎䙻翿ƈ䚄碗閿䥭↊瑮档猎閿䥭蜴协࠘餺协䁱ꆘ)掛掫餺䘭7藜畧睲渭ﻅā᠙睲渭ఌā鬌楌渭辶 It only happened once, when I repeated the steps no additional characters were present. Which makes me think that it's not a bug in the AnyDesk program, but possibly something more sinister. I have no idea what it means, if anything, or where the hell it came from. Does anyone know if this is a symptom of my system being breached? Ie accessing a shared clipboard from someone remote accessing my system. Is anyone able to translate the characters by any chance? Google Translate has no luck. I'm aware that apple scripts can be triggered by almost anything and can easily add text to an existing clipboard string. But that's about all I know. I'm running OSX Sierra on a Mac Air 2014. I have Teamviewer and AnyDesk software installed. Remote access through OSX is deactivated in all the relevant areas I can find. Any input on this would be great, I'm at a loss.