The macOS Monterey user’s guide to Keychain Access password management

Keychain Access is an Apple app in macOS that stores passwords and other login information — and it has a few features that go beyond iCloud Keychain. Here’s how to get the most out of it.

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Hidden inside the Utilities folder in the Applications section of Finder, Keychain Access doesn’t immediately announce its presence. Safari stores usernames and passwords but that interface is more of a different way into Keychain Access. Before shopping around online for a third-party password manager, consider the Mac’s built-in utility.

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