Archive for January 4th, 2016

by Tom Nelson

When Apple first released iCloud for the Mac, it lacked the ability to sync the Mac’s keychain file. Syncing keychain files lets you use the same passwords and logins across all of the Macs you’re using.


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The ability to sync passwords and logins across multiple Macs was an amazing benefit, and it seemed odd that Apple originally didn’t include keychain syncing with iCloud.

In later updates to iCloud, the ability to store keychain data in an encrypted format in iCloud was added, making this workaround using Dropbox unnecessary.

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