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Password manager like Roboforms


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Hey all, just got my new 15inch mac book pro today. am very glad i got a mac. Anyways on the pc i use a password manager called roboforms, was wondering if there's anything similar to that. I liked that program because you could select the site and would automatically send you to that url, log you in.

so there was no need remembering url, username and password.

any help would be great.

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Go into Applications/Utilities

There's an app called KeyChain Access... This is your system-wide virtual "keychain" where you can store all of your passwords/ID's for websites, admin password, and things across your system, like Mail, Adium, etc.
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