The framework has been updated, although it's just a work-in-progress
update, with no major changes. Keychain events are now posted as
notifications, I've added a few extra methods here and there to the
existing classes (KeychainItem's now have a proper description method,
for example), and patched a few more memory leaks.
The first release of Security Manager is up. This app is aimed at
end-users, and my intention is to make it the singular app to use with
regards to keychain and security operations. At present it simply
creates keys, certificates and identities, but this will be expanded in
future. I'll probably fold in the functionality of the 'Keychain Demo'
Keychain Logger is a simple CLI app which, as the name suggests, logs
keychain events to file. Simple. Included in the logs are time
stamps, paths to apps which trigger events, info about the keychain
item effected (if any), etc. All the stuff you'd expect. I'll
hopefully find time to slap a nice little GUI onto this, so it's fit
for public consumption.
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