By | May 2, 2018

Unsecapp.exe is WMI Process or Sink to receive asynchronous callbacks for WMI client application belonging to Microsoft Windows Operating System software by Microsoft ( The Unsecapp.exe file is located in a subfolder of C: \ Windows \ System32 or occasionally in a subfolder of “C: \ Program Files“.

How to disabling Unsecapp.exe (sink to receive asynchronous callbacks for WMI client application)? before it, you need to know common errors and caused unsecapp.exe on your Windows/PC/Laptop:

The most common Unsecapp.exe errors on Windows

  • “Unsecapp.exe Application Error.”
  • “Unsecapp.exe is not a valid Win32 application.”
  • “Unsecapp.exe has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience.”
  • “Cannot find unsecapp.exe.”
  • “Unsecapp.exe not found.”
  • “Error starting program: unsecapp.exe.”
  • “Unsecapp.exe is not running.”
  • “Unsecapp.exe failed.”
  • “Faulting Application Path: unsecapp.exe.”

These caused unsecapp.exe errors

  • Corrupt Windows registry keys associated with unsecapp.exe / Applications, Platforms, Servers.
  • Virus or malware infection that has corrupted the unsecapp.exe file or related Applications, Platforms, Servers program files.
  • Another program maliciously or mistakenly deleted unsecapp.exe-related files.
  • Another program is in conflict with Applications, Platforms, Servers and its shared referenced files.
  • Corrupt download or incomplete installation of Applications, Platforms, Servers software.

How to fix error Unsecapp.exe?

By disabling the Unsecapp.exe, you’ll prevent your computer from using WMI when needed, also hinder the functionality of any 3rd party application that is configured to use WMI programming. Because of this, you should regard the Unsecapp executable as an important part of your system.

How to Protect Your Computer From Viruses, Malware & Hackers

Protect Your Computer From Viruses, Malware & Hackers for Windows 10/8.1/8/7 is a required. Why? if you not protecting your PC from viruses can screw up your computer, like files, personal data, passwords, etc.

You know, installing an anti malware app and keeping it up to date can help defend your PC against viruses and other malware (malicious software). Anti malware apps scan for viruses, spyware, and other malware trying to get into your email, operating system, or files.

See also: How to Remove Windows Defender Icon in Windows 10 System Tray

Windows Defender is free anti malware software included with Windows 10/8.1/8, and you can update it automatically through Windows Update. See: Configure Windows Defender and Firewall for Windows 1

Security checklist for Windows below to help keep your PC more secure with Windows 10/8.1/8/7.

  • Check Action center to make sure your firewall is on, your anti malware protection is up to date, and your PC is set to install updates automatically.
  • Use Windows Defender to help prevent viruses, spyware, and other malicious or unwanted software from being installed on your PC without your knowledge.
  • Use Windows SmartScreen to help protect your PC by warning you before running unrecognized apps and files downloaded from the Internet. In Internet Explorer, select the Tools button > Safety > Turn off SmartScreen Filter > choose either Turn off SmartScreen Filter or Turn on SmartScreen Filter. In the Microsoft SmartScreen Filter dialog box, select OK.
  • Make User Account Control ask for permission before your PC installs software or opens certain kinds of apps that could be potentially harmful or make it vulnerable to security threats.
  • Use File History to regularly back up your personal files like photos, documents, and music automatically. If your PC has a hardware failure, you can restore any versions of the files that are most important to you.
  • Use Windows Update to automatically download and install the latest updates for your PC.
  • Turn on Windows Firewall to help prevent hackers and malicious software, such as viruses, from accessing your PC through the Internet.

How to Protect Computer from Hackers?

  1. Open Control Panel.
  2. Click System and Security.
  3. Click Change User Account Control settings.
  4. Set Notify to Default. (you can set always notify for more protecting)
  5. Click OK.
  6. Click Yes on User Account Control.

So, How to Remove Viruses or Malware from Computer?

Download Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool (MSRT) helps keep Windows computers free from malware also finds and removes threats and reverses the changes made by these threats. MSRT is generally released monthly as part of Windows Update or as a standalone tool available here for download.

Supported Operating System

Windows 10 , Windows 10 Tech Preview , Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2008.



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