Keychain - Securing Macs in the enterprise

Securing Macs in the enterprise


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Each user account as well as OS X itself has encrypted keychains for storing passwords, security certificates, Wi-Fi log-in details and other authentication functions. Users can store log-ins to websites in their keychain from browsers including Safari and Chrome; when they return to those sites, the browsers will automatically fill in these log-in details. The system software does the same with network authentication details.

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