Is there a reverse script for security dump-keychain -d example.keychain > example.txt? Something which would take a .csv or .txt file & convert it back into a .keychain file? I have divided up the iCloud & login keychains from several different Macs into, for instance Application-Passwords-iMac.keychain, Web-Passwords-MacBook-Air.keychain, Login-Certificates-Mac-Mini.keychain. I did so because I was running into a number of errors & hundreds of missing items when using ruby keychain.rb keychain.txt | sort > keychain.csv & dividing them up by type allowed me to see what changes I needed to make to the keychain.rb file to allow all items to pass through from the .txt to the .csv. After tinkering with the keychain.rb file, a complete text dump & csv conversion of all passwords was accomplished, with the certs & keys exported through the Keychain Access UI. My intention was to then load the content of all the .csv files into Excel, or the like, along with passwords from 1Password, Blur, etc. I would, next, remove duplicates & mark ones I felt needed to be changed. After this, I had intended to re-import the complete & cleaned up list of passwords originating from this variety of sources into OS X Keychain....However, looking more closely at the import options, I'm not seeing the ability to import any type of text document into Keychain at all. So, is there a way to convert any type of text doc into a .keychain file? What I want is to be able to edit all my passwords in pretty much any UI other than that of Keychain Access so I can see everything at once & not have to run an 'Allow' Applescript five million times. I would very much appreciate any suggestions. Thanks.