I don't know anything about signond but it looks like some sort of authentication framework:
tgalati4@Mint14-Extensa ~ $ apt-cache search signond
libsignon-glib-dev - library for signond - development files
libsignon-glib-doc - library for signond - documentation
libsignon-glib1 - library for signond
signon-keyring-extension - GNOME keyring extension for signond
signon-ui - Single Sign-on UI
signond - Single Sign On framework
signond-dev - Development files for Signon client library development
signond-doc - Single Sign On framework - documentation
And I have it installed Linux Mint Mate 14 (based on 12.10) but I don't see it running on my system, so perhaps it only runs during boot or login then exits completely.
Look for this file on your system:
And more specifically, look at line 360 and see what it is trying to do. Perhaps you have a missing or bad file that it is trying to access.
signond is a binary file in /usr/bin. So it's possibly that you are getting a C++ stack trace that is pointing to a source file that does not exist on your system. Unless you compiled it from scratch for some reason.
Perhaps your hard disk is having problems?
sudo smartctl -a /dev/sda