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Question :-

How are passwords in a Mac OS X keychain kept secure?
The keychain file is encrypted with AES.
The keychain file is encrypted with 3DES.
The user selects specific items in the keychain for encryption
Keychain files are secured by file permissions: whoever can read the file can access the enclosed passwords.

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