The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @mjtsai ever

November 15th, 2016

@jwleblan @claud_xiao @edskoudis Not unencrypted, but CrashPlan for example has access under the default setup.

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@jwleblan @claud_xiao @edskoudis FileVault doesn't help if the keychain is backed up somewhere.

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@jwleblan @claud_xiao @edskoudis Not that I know of, but likely much shorter password than for 1Password.

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@rickfillion Aha, I can see how that would be great for you, then. I typically just leave 1Password running until I reboot.

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@rickfillion Cranked up (= shorter?) because you want it to time out while you’re still sitting at the Mac?

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@rickfillion Am I missing something? What does this really do for me vs. current situation of 1Password remaining unlocked while logged in?

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@rickfillion No. Would love to see how it feels in practice, but I don’t have a new MacBook Pro, and my next Mac is likely to be a desktop.

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About Touch ID Security in 1Password for Mac: mjtsai.com/blog/2016/11/1…

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@danielpunkass Yes, and that page makes it sound like -O isn’t needed. So there are at least 4 different ways shown in various docs.

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@danielpunkass The Xcode documentation (and Apple blog post) shows the longer versions, but pbxproj shows the former.

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Am I supposed to be using “-Owholemodule” or “-O -whole-module-optimization”?

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@justkwin In most cases yes. :( But here I’m talking about +[NSFileHandle fileHandleForWritingToURL:error:]. Seems to be reporting ENFILE.

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NSFileHandle seems to report POSIX errors using the NSCocoaErrorDomain.

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