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How to find passwords and access keys saved on your Mac

The iCloud trousseau updates your passwords, access keys and other secure information on your iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Mac or PC.

Access passwords and identification keys saved on your Mac

Find, modify or delete passwords and identification keys saved on your Mac and update them on all your devices.

Show passwords and identification keys saved in System Settings

  1. Choose the Apple menu > System settings. Under MacOS Monterey, choose the Apple menu > System preferences.
  2. Click on passwords.
  3. Connect using Touch ID, or enter the password of your user account.
  4. Select a website, then click the Display Details button . Under macOS Monterey, click modify.
    On a Mac, consult your passwords and identification keys recorded under system settings
    • To delete a password, click delete password
    • To update it, change it, then click save.

Show passwords and identification keys saved in Safari

In Safari, consult your passwords and identification keys recorded under adjustments

  1. Open Safari.
  2. In the Safari menu, choose settings (or preferences), then click passwords.
  3. Connect using Touch ID, or enter the password of your user account.
  4. Select a website, then click Change.
    • To delete a password, click delete password.
    • To update it, change it, then click save.

You can also ask Siri to display your passwords saying, for example, “Say Siri, displays my passwords”.

Show your passwords on all your devices with the iCloud trousseau

The iCloud trousseau updates your passwords, your identification keys and other secure information on your iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Mac or PC.

Store credit card information using automatic filling

The automatic filling functionality automatically provides certain items, such as the information from previously recorded credit cards, that of the contacts recorded in the CONTACTS APP, etc.

How to find passwords and access keys saved on your Mac

Find, modify or delete passwords and access keys saved on your Mac, and keep them up to date on all your devices.

Show passwords and recorded access keys in system settings

  1. Select the Apple menu > System settings. Under MacOS Monterey, choose the Apple menu > System preferences.
  2. Click on passwords.
  3. Connect with Touch ID or enter the password from your user account.
  4. Select a website, then click the Display Details button . Under macOS Monterey, click modify.
    On Mac, see your passwords and access keys saved in System Settings
    • To delete a password, click delete password.
    • To update a password, change it, then click save.

Show passwords and access keys saved in Safari

In Safari, consult your passwords and access keys saved in settings

  1. Open Safari.
  2. In the Safari menu, choose settings (or preferences), then click passwords.
  3. Connect with Touch ID or enter the password from your user account.
  4. Select a website, then click Change.
    • To delete a password, click delete a password.
    • To update a password, change it, then click save.

You can also use Siri to display your passwords saying, for example, “Hey Siri, watch my passwords”.

Save your passwords in all your devices with the iCloud keys trousseau.

The iCloud trousseau updates your passwords, access keys and other secure information on your iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Mac or PC.

Use automatic filling to store credit card information

The filling between automatically between items such as the details of your credit card previously saved, contact information from the CONTACTS app, etc.