How To: Fix Safari 6 crashing on Mountain Lion

It’s been a couple days since Apple released Mountain Lion, and overall, I hope you’re enjoying it as much as we are. After some reports from users, though, we believe there is a bug in Mountain Lion that could cause Safari 6 to crash for some users. Here’s what’s going on and how to fix it.

With the help of our excellent users and Daniel Jalkut over at Red Sweater, we’ve looked into this bug and it appears to be caused by a problem with proxy settings under Mountain Lion. This could be due to changes you made to your proxy configuration, or due to some apps that make these changes for you.

If you are experiencing Safari 6 crashing under Mountain Lion with our 1Password extension installed, a quick fix is to adjust your proxy configuration settings under System Preferences > Networking. Here is our document that outlines more details and another that shows you how to adjust your proxy settings.

We’ll bring you more details as soon as we get them.

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  1. […] we’ve confirmed that this is a close cousin to crashes written about by Daniel Jalkut and AgileBits. Third-party apps are affected under 10.8.0, but we’ve also heard about similar trouble […]

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