thanks for the tip :)
although i would have probably been able to identify it easily. it would be the one sucking up all my system resources, like a black hole.
honestly, 3.6.4 can't come soon enough, it's especially urgently needed now that adobe has screwed 64bit users.
by not patching the 64bit release, regarding that fatal vulnerability.
now we have to go back to nspluginwrapper... which can cause more problems.
there is never a better time to have plugins isolated from the browser.
to top it off, i've read that nspluginwrapper doesn't even work right with the latest flash. >.<