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Depending on the application you are using, you could enable libpam access and using the password stored on /etc/shadow for authorization, for example. If this isn't possible or is too complex, you could salt and hash the password using Bcrypt, and saving both the salt and hash on the text file. Even if an attacker finds the file, he will not be able to ...


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TL;DR gamecontrollerd daemon is part of MacOS environment. any app which uses chromium underneath (any Electronjs) would launch for some reason this daemon what actually triggers the unfocusing is ReiKey itself The gamecontrollerd is related to a new Game Controller framework which is a part of the MacOS system. For some reason Chrome (based on Chromium) ...


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You should check if either or both the gpg-agent or gnome-keyring daemons are running. Some display managers will automatically start gnome-keyring. I've never used it. gpg-agent is a separate daemon and can sometimes cause conflict. In ~/.gnupg/gpg-agent.conf, you can declare to cache your gpg key password for a period of time. My config reads: pinentry-...


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Neat question, I had not thought before to compare those as competing solutions, but I suppose they are! I'll answer this from the perspective of the Confidentiality - Integrity - Availability security triad. Integrity for the OAuth case is a one-shot deal; you lose your main password and you're toast everywhere; your accounts now belong to the attacker, ...


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