The password manager Dashlane is available as a free and premium version for home devices. The free version supports the majority of features of the premium version but is limited to a single device. The premium version of Dashlane adds features such as sync, secure account backups or support for Yubikey authentication to the offering.
Today's deal gets you a Dashlane Premium account for 50% off. You can subscribe for one, three or five years, and pay 50% off the regular price.
Dashlane ticks all the right boxes if you are looking for an online password manager. Use it to store all your account credentials and important information, create secure passwords, and auto-fill them. Dashlane comes with browser extensions for all popular browsers (Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, and Edge), as a desktop program for Windows and Mac devices, and mobile application for Android and iOS.
Dashlane supports two-factor authentication and comes with interesting extra features such as security alerts, one-click bulk password changing, password sharing, or emergency contact support.
The 1-year, 3-year and 5-year subscriptions are available for $19.98, $59.94 and $99.90 respecively (all 50% off).
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'Life-changingly great,' The New York Times
5/5 Stars, "Dashlane makes smart password management a breeze... This very capable password manager earns a rare five stars." PC Mag
Named App of the Year by both Apple and Google (nearly 100,000 5-star reviews)
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