Hey there keloin,
It sounds like you are wanting to see what Safari passwords your iCloud Keychain. You should be able to do this in the Safari preferences:
Macs using OS X Mavericks v10.9 or later:
- Choose Safari > Preferences, then click Passwords.
- Select the website whose password you want to view.
- Select the “Show passwords for selected websites” checkbox.
- Enter your system password.
From: iCloud: Troubleshooting iCloud Keychain
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Thanks, it does solve my problem.
However it does look like a workaround.
I have several keychains, I am managing passwords for them.
And then I have that extra one - iCloud Keychain, that I don't have a password for.
What if I lock it in my Keychain Access? Then I won't be able to unlock it. Then I would need to kill it and re-create, right? Still a solution, but looks a bit cranky...
Thank you anyways, it solves my immediate needs, never used Safari to look up my passwords, was always using Keychain Access instead :-)
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