These commands need to be run as the user that will be running the tests.
These commands assume that the login keychain is unlocked (default on OSX)
The password was generated via 16 random bytes, base 64 encoded. For test bots, I imagine the randomness doesn't matter, so I just chose a specific, arbitrary password. If the tests use official builds of Chrome, you'll need to replace "Chromium" with "Chrome" in the following instructions.
security delete-generic-password -s "Chromium Safe Storage" login.keychain
security add-generic-password -a Chromium -w "+NTclOvR4wLMgRlLIL9bHQ==" -s "Chromium Safe Storage" -A login.keychain
If the default keychain settings have been changed, the following lines need to be run. Unfortunately, they require the user's password in plaintext, as well as knowledge of the current keychain password. (As long as no one has mucked with the keychain on the devices, these lines shouldn't be necessary)
security set-keychain-password -o [old_keychain_password] -p [user_login_password] login.keychain
security unlock-keychain -p [user_login_password] login.keychain