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Comment on "Portable Applications on Mac OS X"
by dc — Oct 13
Some kind of encryption at the preferences level might be good. Use some good symmetric cypher to password-protect the prefs. OS X is pretty good about keeping keyloggers from capture authentication passwords, if I recall correctly. Of course there's always going to be some level of risk when you use someone else's computer.
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