Precize has a fix useful for all users. All three gain easier updating, and full support for Mojave’s Dark Mode.
Adds a lot more diagnostic information, including full listings of all Keychains folders, including that for iCloud Keychain.
So you think you know about iCloud Keychain? A careful exploration turns up some surprises, and suggests some good rules for troubleshooting.
Completely rewritten to use macOS support libraries, parse log extracts, work with both local and iCloud keychains, and give you controls.
How many keychains does your Mac have? The answer is surprisingly elusive, and neither Keychain Access nor the security command tell the truth.
Overview of the features of all available tools for working with keychains – including one running on Windows!
Why doesn’t High Sierra record the opening of keychains in the log, in the way that Sierra does? Has Apple abandoned the goals of its new unified log?
Changes include frequent timechecks by timed, harder access to info about keychains, a couple of possible AppleScript bugs, and APFS snapshots.
How to identify which keychains are opened when your Mac starts up, and any problems when that happens.
A detailed examination of what happens during the first few minutes after starting your Mac up. Vital for anyone trying to diagnose problems in that period.