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    an (unknown) application is requesting access to keyring 'default'

    On startup, I get two notifications that an application is requesting access to my default keyring. the problem is that I have no idea which applications are doing this. Is there any way to see what's making the request?

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    Re: an (unknown) application is requesting access to keyring 'default'

    one is probably wireless
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    Re: an (unknown) application is requesting access to keyring 'default'

    It's completely normal. It's the Network Manager..
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