Mastering your passwords with Keychain Access

Tuesday, 21 March 2006, 2:55 AM EST

One of the beauties that comes with Mac OS X is the Keychain that helps you manage your authorization needs as it acts as a depository of passwords. By using the Keychain you don't need to remember a myriad of passwords but rather just the Keychain password. Don't worry about losing your passwords either, since the Keychain can be backed up with ease.

All the information stored in the keychain is encrypted with the Triple Digital Encryption Standard (3DES).

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