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What is a “Certificate Preference” in Keychain Access?

I'm trying to view a website on a computer that I know is genuine. Typically, a warning screen appears in Google Chrome asking whether or not I want to trust the server. However, the page in question ...
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MAC OSX User accept password but does not allow me to login?

I have deleted the login keychain in user ABC which is administrator user, i remember the password. I also have a CDF user on my mac which is also administrator. When at login I give password to ABC ...
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Securly storing passwords in keychain on mac

As with anyone nowadays i have a ton of passwords, and keeping track of them is a real pain, especially when you also have to remember database and server passwords. I was looking at using the ...
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osx - Set application access to certificate via command line

I want to allow permanent access to certificates for certain app (eg codesign) via command line. The gui equivalent would be clicking "Always Allow" when prompted. However I only have access via SSH ...
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Keychain access very slow after certificate problems

I have a MacBookPro. one day updates started refusing to install because it said the certificate is missing or invalid and someone is doing a man in the middle on me. Same thing went for the Mac App ...
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In Keychain Access on OS X, Find matching public and private keys

I have a couple keys that seem to have been generated with the same names. I would like to know which public key match up with which private keys so I can rename/delete them. Is this something that is ...
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Batch move of many items between keychains without bother

If I move 30 items from one keychain to another, I have to enter the same password 30-32 times, once for each item moved. Can I avoid this? On OSX 10.6 Server, using Keychain Access.