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According to many pages, it should be easy to retrieve command line a password using security.

I tried several options without success:

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$sudo security list-keychains  
    "/Library/Keychains/System.keychain"
$sudo security find-generic-password -s "proxy_test"
    The specified item could not be found in the keychain.
$sudo security find-generic-password -s "proxy_test" -a "collector" -g
    The specified item could not be found in the keychain.
$sudo security find-generic-password -s "socks://proxy_test"
    The specified item could not be found in the keychain.
$sudo security find-key -s "proxy_test"
    The specified item could not be found in the keychain.
$sudo security unlock "login"
...
$sudo security find-key -s "proxy_test"
    The specified item could not be found in the keychain.
...
long etc. with sudo/without sudo.
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    sudo security find-internet-password -gs proxy_test - Try this ? – Udhy Feb 24 at 15:58
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Seems proxy as part of internet, require another command:

security find-internet-password -s "proxy_test" -g
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    See the "Kind" column :-) – nohillside Feb 24 at 15:59
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    I was writing in the comment box, but you figure out your answer quickly :) – Udhy Feb 24 at 16:00
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    You can still publish your answer an I would accept it. I know it's not a big reward anyway. Thank you – Adrian Maire Feb 24 at 16:05
  • @AdrianMaire: It's fine as people will see your answer as a solution which should be enough for this community. – Udhy Feb 24 at 16:08

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