Had this problem on my laptop tonight. Thing is I had fallen asleep and the computer was not doing anything when this error happened.

My experience documents how the following programs are being used for remote control and stealth surveillance of my computer. Adobe PDF files are created with the screenshots, etc. Java and Javascript handle the network connections and programming. Browsers are used to collect the data. Media Players and email programs are used to stream the data out from the computer. The data packets being sent out are wrapped with tags to hide their content. The packets are small, about 4k each. The programs are also installed using email programs. No one has to touch your computer to make it happen. AND you do not have to open an infected email to cause the install.

TRUSTED technologies being used to illegally to intrude on your computing. Adobe, Java, Internet Explorer and other browsers, Windows Media Player and others. Of course you will trust them with intermittent updates, because you need them. And if something happens and the surveillance program requires an update or reboot, you find the program requires an update or reinstall.

Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: APPCRASH
Application Name: WebKit2WebProcess.exe
Application Version: 7534.50.0.1
Application Timestamp: 4e056f84
Fault Module Name: WebKit.dll
Fault Module Version: 7534.50.0.1
Fault Module Timestamp: 4e056f6c
Exception Code: c0000005
Exception Offset: 000c51b3
OS Version: 6.0.6002.
Locale ID: 1033
Additional Information 1: 7b4c
Additional Information 2: 1bf8f4a9aa0934ab2d5620b6e768e037
Additional Information 3: 9737
Additional Information 4: e34574117578dddc2ae353c782eb5308

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I’m not sure if this is the source of your problem, but I and others found this fixed the problem of the “WebProcess” pop-up windows.

Safari 5.1 and “WebProcess”: PROBLEM SOLVED
The culprit is “Little Snitch”

I am running OS 10.6.8 (Lion-ready). Yesterday, I installed the Safari updater from 5.0.5 to 5.1 . . . and am experiencing repeated and annoying pop-up windows for “WebProcessing.”

I found the culprit to be the third-party utility “Little Snitch” — which monitors outgoing internet connections. (http://www.obdev.at/products/littlesnitch/index.html).

I solved the problem by upgrading (FREE) Little Snitch v2.0.x to v2.4 (for Snow Leopard and Lion).


Hmmm? A connection monitoring program? Like possibly used to watch your machine?


My firewall tools tell me that safari.exe is opening TCP sockets to the remote site, but it never sends any data to the server, so no response comes back. Safari just sits there doing nothing.

Hmmm? A connection to a remote site that appears to be doing nothing? Possibly sending hidden packets?


Yup, I got the same thing, but it seems to only happen with my Proboards message board, which has Java Script enabled, so I wonder if it’s anything to do with JS. I am able to go on any other site (including Facebook and here) and have no problems.

Hmmm? Javascript programs can do alot secretly. Frequent java updates are needed for stealth surveillance.


I am having the same problem. Thought it might be a firewall issue, but I disabled the firewall briefly to test and the same problem continued to occur. I notice that when Safari is attempting to connect, both safari and the webkit2webprocess.exe processes become resource hogs. The webkit is pulling 50% of my dual core processor. That seems to be where the hang up is occurring.

Hmmm? It takes alot of resources to send out surveillance data of your computer.


Everything you do in Safari is more stable and responsive. The new process architecture divides the heavy lifting for smoother sailing. One process handles everything coming from or going to the web, while the other manages interactions with the Safari interface — such as creating a bookmark or searching your history. Now an unresponsive website won’t affect Safari, so you can keep browsing and browsing.

Hmmm? A problem like this pops up after a few weeks when the stealth surveillance software gets updated for the change in Safari?

By the way, I called Apple Support and they didn’t know what I was talking about, apparently nobody had this complaint so far.

Hmmm? A support desk that had no answers? I’ve had that exact problem since the surveillance programs were installed in February 2007.

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