KeyChainDD has four basic functions:
  1. 1.Managing your passwords and memorable information. KeyChainDD uses Mac OS X's built-in KeyChain manager to store your passwords. This makes KeyChainDD super-secure, and means that you can use passwords that you have already stored. But KeyChainDD also provides an ability the OS X KeyChain manager doesn't - it stores "memorable information", and displays it later in a convenient form. You can find out more about how to manage passwords on this page, and more about managing memorable information on this page.
  2. 2.Drag-and-Drop your passwords to other applications. Once your user-id and passwords are stored, you can quickly and easily drag these into any other program such as your web browser. You can find out more about how to perform drag-and-drop operations on this page.
  3. 3.Use the Pasteboard to transfer your information. If for some reason drag-and-drop isn't appropriate, you can also use the pasteboard to transfer user-ids and passwords. You can find out more about how to use the Pasteboard on this page.
  4. 4.Use the Services menu to transfer your information. If you want the ultimate in secure transfer, KeyChainDD also allows you to transfer user-ids and passwords as a Mac OS X service provider. Of all the ways that can transfer information between programs, this is the most resistant to any system compromise, such as a keylogger or other malware. You can find out more about how to use the services menu on this page.
You should take a look at this page to find out how to use KeyChainDD securely.
Finally, you may also want to configure KeyChainDD’s preferences, as described on this page.
Using KeyChainDD