Question: "secd" process draining battery after Sierra upgrade
Just upgraded an Airbook to Sierra and boy am I regretting it right now. This secd process is pegging my CPU at 90+ percent, along with CloudKeyChainSynchingproxy, and CloudKeychainProxy to a lesser degree but from a little initial research, they are all related.
I bypassed everything relating to iCloud when installing this as I am not an iphone user, rarely use itunes and generally have no use for icloud.
No matter how many times I stop these processes in the Activity monitor, it starts back up again almost immediately or after 10 minutes or so. The result? Battery drain after less than two hours when my battery charge use to last the entire day.
Thanks in advance for any help.
MacBook Air, macOS Sierra (10.12)