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Old 04-18-2018, 03:45 PM   #34261
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Probably the same number of affairs that Bill 'I-Never-Had-Sex-With-That-Women' (Monica Lewinsky whilst in the Oval Office) Clinton has had.
As a straight talking USMC Gunny once said to me 'Dont know why Bill got involved with Monica. shoulda stuck with Tony, he swallows!'
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I suddenly had a new service called 'unsecapp.exe' in my process configuration. Microsoft advises against a removal of this service since the OS would not work properly anymore. I became a little suspicious. I searched the net for better explanation and came across this post.

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Regarding "unsecapp.exe": you were right in the first place, that it is necessary under WMI for a server to be able to issue asynchronous instructions and it appeared on my computer for the first time when I joined Steam.
If Avast is using it, then I can see what is coming: the unauthorized use of computer resources by a third party to transfer large quantities of commercial and perhaps national security data in the background while computer resources are being occupied with an approved function such as "Avast free". It is essentially the same type of thing that the SETI project did years ago, but with permission and full disclosure of what is going on. This data crunching is now being done for profit and the nature may not be so benign as SETI. There are capitalistic ventures afoot that are trying to make use of all computer capacity for the transference and crunching of large quantities of data. That is why there is a tremendous emphasis on matters involving ".NET" by Microsoft whereby they reversed their decision to not support XP and are now quietly supporting it with lots on ".NET" updates to anyone who would venture to log onto "Windows Update", even if they have XP.
So why is it necessary to issue asynchronous instructions? They are asynchrous because they are not requested by the "client", but are needed by the ISP in order to manage the data stream in the background that is being processed without your knowledge while something such as a free anti-virus or a free gaming service like Steam runs in the foreground with your permission. When you agree to those services, they make no mention that your computer will be used for "other activities having nothing to do with the free service".
In my life span of computer use, the only time my CPU reached and maintained 100% full output for a sustained period and my hard drive temperatures went above 100F was when I played on Steam while they transferred data in the background in huge quantities. I would have considered it due to the game except it was a legacy game from the 1990's, did not have great throughput and only required 5-10% of CPU resources in the past. Now it was 100%...sustained!!!They obviously did not expect that I would simultaneously be monitoring their activity but I was. Verizon tried to do this several years ago using their DSL customers (whom they prefer to refer to as "clients") and using their "client's" computer's capacity while your computer was left connected and turned on but you were not actually sitting at it. That generated complaints because they were charging for the ISP connection and then using it for their own profit making business. So they then tried using people's computer in the background at a very low level that would not cause you to notice and that was met with a lot of people cutting back services in XP so they were unable to control the data being transacted. Then along came Vista, Win7 and Win8 and as more people became familiar as to how to control the background use of their computer, eventually it became necessary to issue "unsecapp.exe" so system managers could manage your computer in the background without you being able to intervene in services with their activity.
Now you know why their is such emphasis by ISP's regarding the "services" you have turned on and off. But I maintain that WE have the license to the software and not the ISP and there are security reasons why we need to control how our computers are being "managed" externally.
However, you can always shut down in the middle of the data stream. That can cause Verizon, Steam, and now possibly Avast a significant problem with corruption and unfinished business. Unsecapp.exe can't prevent you from pulling the plug. And, you could always delete the file from your computer. Do you think that would make them happy?
http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/answer...e-process.html

So I killed this service without any further trouble. Does anyone have similar experiences with 'unsecapp.exe'?
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Old 04-18-2018, 06:13 PM   #34263
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Very sad Toys R Us flagship store at Brent Cross finally closes after all these years. I remember going there and picking up a board game, probably based on Mastermind, called The Quizmaster which I still have. I also bought a Subbuteo team which said Liverpool on the front but when I got home it turned out to Denmark!
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Southwest pilot's 'nerves of steel' credited for safe landing
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-43804253


There's been a great deal of talk about this incident today, it's that horrible thought that is always at the back of your mind when you fly but accidents are very rare and it's not for nothing they say flying is a relatively safe form of transport.
This pilot's skill and calmness certainly makes me more secure about future flights.
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Southwest pilot's 'nerves of steel' credited for safe landing

They practice landing with one engine out all the time - any commercial airline pilot could have safely landed this plane.
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They practice landing with one engine out all the time - any commercial airline pilot could have safely landed this plane.

Practising landing on one engine in a simulator is one thing, actually doing it in a real life situation is totally different.
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Especially with the knowledge that there's a passenger dead and a window out.
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So, how many Playmates has Donald Trump had affairs with?
That's thing that we don't care in Europe.
Mitterand was used to fuck a mistress and had a daughter out of his legal marriage.
Every French journalists knew that, but they didn't care.

Strauss Kahn was totally addicted to sex, he spend hours with call-girls, everybody knew that, but he was trapped in the USA.

Berlusconi get stories with a lot of young women. Italian people didn't care.

In Europe, we want good politicians, then they can have sex with 100 partners as long as they do their jobs.

That's a typical American hypocrisy. American politician can contribute to kill hundred of thousand of civilians thanks to lies, he doesn't face the justice.
He let a drop of sperm on the rock of his mistress and he has to excuse himself in front of all the nation in the way to not be sent to the court.


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So, how many Playmates has Donald Trump had affairs with?
I don't think Donald Trump has had affairs with too many women, although he's clearly had as much sex as he wanted.
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Practising landing on one engine in a simulator is one thing, actually doing it in a real life situation is totally different.
I didn't say it wasn't different . Although the two airline pilots I know have both told me that simulators are incredibly realistic in terms of the flight characteristics of a given plane and situation

My point is that all airline pilots constantly train for just such events as decompression and engine failure so there was nothing particularly "heroic" about the performance of this particular pilot .
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