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Mac OS X Keychain Access application hints and tips

March 16, 2012


Keychain Access is a Mac OS X application (password and certificate manager) that allows you to access the Apple Keychain and configure passwords for websites/applications, network shares, wireless networks, certificates and manage root certificates, keys and secure notes to name but a few features. More importantly you can use Keychain Access to store application passwords, chip & pins/sort codes and ATM pin codes. You can choose to store this sensitive personal and/or business data in Secure Notes. As for encryption (rightly very important considering the subject), passwords are encrypted with the Triple DES standard. Read more…Comments

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