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I want to see which applications accessed my keychain of my Mac. Do know which apps have access and how often they do. Does macOS keep a log of that somewhere ?

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    If you don't find a good answer, consider locking the keychain and then see when you're asked to unlock it. ProTip: you don't need to have your keychain password be the same as your account password. ProTip: you can store more sensitive entries in other keychains so you're prompted/secured by another passphrase if you desire. – bmike Sep 12 '17 at 10:37
  • I tried your suggestion to lock the keychain. Good idea. There is indeed an option for it. It then shows a small lock at the screen top. Then I was asked several times to unlock by processes that sound legit, but still I cancelled all. Even then after a while the lock showed unlocked. Strange. This happened several times. So in the end I just left in unlocked. – Gijs Sep 14 '17 at 8:15
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No. This isn’t logged centrally or by default on macOS.

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