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tccd


/System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/TCC.framework/Resources/tccd
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casperno (Oct. 21, 2012):
It looks like it is responsible for managing which applications have access to your contacts. The similarly named tccutil is a command line tool to manage your privacy database. tccd has a database file in each user's home directory ~/Library/Application Support/come.apple.TCC/TCC.db that appears to store which apps you have allowed and denied access to for your contacts.
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