Keychain


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Keychain

(1) The password management system in the Mac. Introduced in Mac OS 8.6 to keep track of logins for multiple email accounts, the Keychain was later enhanced to include passwords for networks, applications and the Internet, as well as for encryption keys and digital certificates.

(2) A keychain drive. See USB drive.
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