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28 June, 2004
passwords in SWAP on OS X?
According to IPWrangler, passwords are stored in swap, which means it could allow a local user with sudo access to retreive passwords out of swap. Currently there's not much you can do at this point other than to reboot your machiine periodically to clear swap.
However, this might not be true, and only root user (or perhaps sudo users) can read swap. Not sure if this happens to all UNIX machines.
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Subject: Mac OS X stores login/Keychain/FileVault passwords on disk
Posted by Antony at June 28, 2004 12:39 AM
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