New Update Dashlane is ready to replace all your passwords with passkeys


Level 6
Thread author
Oct 1, 2019
The passwordless password manager is coming.

Passwords are dying, long live passkeys. Practically the entire tech industry seems to agree that hexadecimal passwords need to die, and that the best way to replace them is with the cryptographic keys that have come to be known as passkeys. Basically, rather than having you type a phrase to prove you’re you, websites and apps use a standard called WebAuthn to connect directly to a token you have saved — on your device, in your password manager, ultimately just about anywhere — and authenticate you automatically. It’s more secure, it’s more user-friendly, it’s just better.


Level 4
Aug 25, 2022
When Dashlane dropped support for desktop app, I thought that was the end. Many users migrated to 1Password and negative reviews flooded TrustPilot. Now Dashlane managed to stand up again and to innovate in the field of password management.
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I Walk MY Way

Level 6
May 27, 2013
I like Dashlane I was one of its uses for quite some time, I'm but when they drop support for the desktop app I moved on to roboform, Even though they may be going password less now I don't think I'll be tempted back...

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