So, I've been doing research into the various processes that are running on this computer, and I had a question about the unsecapp.exe process. Not sure if this is the right place for this topic, but it is a Win 7 computer. According to www.answersthatwork.com it says:
Sink to receive asynchronous callbacks for WMI client application running in different processes. WMI, Windows Management Instrumentation, enables software developers to write scripts and programs for the management or querying of devices, user accounts, Windows services, running programs, networking, and many other internal technical aspects of Windows - in other words the sort of work TUT does (for example : TUT, The Ultimate Troubleshooter, uses WMI to retrieve all the information that it shows on the System Info tab).
This particular task, UNSECAPP.EXE, is started by Windows Vista when a program needs to use WMI programming - it provides programs with a conduit (sink) to receive from Windows the results of their WMI queries and commands.
Sounds like pretty powerful stuff! My question is, if it can do so much how can I tell why it's running on this particular computer?
As an aside, I'm trying to figure out a puzzle with this computer. It will undo anything that's done after an hour -- as in, if I try to install an antivirus, it will erase it. I've enabled the administrator account and it's a very clean computer virus wise. Just was doing homework on processes and came across this neat one.