A guided introduction and learning path for developers new to implementing security features in Mac OS X.
Mac OS X offers a large selection of system-level security, authentication, and
cryptographic services that you can use to easily add security into your
products. You can also extend some of Mac OS X's built-in services to offer
custom security features, such as managing certificates, public and private
keys, and restricting access to parts of your application. Mac OS X's reliable security technologies are built on top of the robust open source Common Data Security Architecture (CDSA) API. Read more...