From "The Ultimate Troubleshooter:
I copied & pasted some of the information:
(Sophos) Sophos AntiVirus InterCheck Activity Monitor. InterCheck is the on-access virus scanning feature of Sophos AntiVirus. "On-Access Virus Scanning" means that files are virus scanned in the background as and when they are accessed. The InterCheck Activity Monitor, ICMON, is no more than a System Tray icon which you can click on to check that on-access virus scanning is enabled (Active), to check how many files have been virus scanned since your last boot, and to see what was the last virus scanned file.
This is a harmless System Tray icon. We would suggest to leave it alone so that you are always able to check quickly that your Sophos AntiVirus software is active.
(Shuttle Technology / now SCM MicroSystems) System Tray background task which gets installed by the drivers for Shuttle Technology products (now part of SCM MicroSystems). SCM MicroSystems is an OEM manufacturer ? that is, it makes/assembles the original products which are then sold under various badges by other companies (e.g. DataFab, Hewlett-Packard, Apple, etc..). The products include USB card readers, USB CD-Writers, USB Zip or Flash Drives, USB LS-120 drives, etc.. ICONFIG sits in the System Tray and its sole purpose seems to be to provide connection and status info about your USB device.
On some systems, and depending on which reselling manufacturer has adapted the original drivers, ICONFIG hogs resources and also causes crashes. Disable with The Ultimate Troubleshooter if you have unexplained problems.
ICSMGR gets installed on any PC which shares an Internet connection using Microsoft?s Internet Connection Sharing protocol (ICS). This program, which relays all DNS and DHCP requests, is vital if your PC is accessing the Internet via ICS.
Leave alone if you are on an ICS network. If you are not, remove Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) from the Network icon in your Control Panel as its presence can often cause [sometimes serious] conflicts or unnecessary complications when you are configuring network components of your PC.
If this task is currently running, then you have the Microsoft Internet Connection Wizard currently open. If, however, this entry is on the Startups tab of The Ultimate Troubleshooter, it will usually look like this : ?C: \ Program Files \ Internet Explorer \ Connection Wizard \ icwconn1.exe / desktop?. It will have been put there by a past installation of Windows or of Internet Explorer to ensure that you always have an icon on your desktop labelled ?Connect to the Internet? and which enables you to start the Internet Connection Wizard (if the icon is deleted from the desktop, this startup entry ensures it is recreated at your next bootup).
As a startup entry, it is down to end‑user preference as to whether you keep this entry or not. Advanced users who know how to create Internet connections will usually have no need for this entry and will delete it from the Startups tab of The Ultimate Troubleshooter. Less advanced users, on the other hand, may wish to leave it enabled so that they always have an easy way to create new Internet connections straight from the icon on the desktop (if you need to recreate your Internet connection at some point and you ask your Internet Service Provider to help, your ISP?s tech engineers will usually favour walking you through via the ?Connect to the Internet? desktop icon).
I could not find the other process listed. As I stated, a full listing of running processes would be helpful. Probably legit processes! Don't panic...(My famous last words as I see the black screen of death on my XP machine, lol; on 98 it was the blue screen.)