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Dashlane’s password manager just stepped up their game with newest feature

There are a lot of password management systems out there, but Dashlane’s newest feature puts them out on top.


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Let’s get this right out of the way now before it’s too late. If you’re using the same password for all of your accounts online….you’re doing it wrong! Seriously, in this day and age it’s so easy to have all of your personal data compromised by some hacker who probably can’t even comprehend the English language.

According to a previous survey in 2013, 55% of adults over 16 years old used the same password for most of the websites they visit. Tsk Tsk. It’s no wonder why people are getting hacked so easily.


The Solution:

If you’re technologically inclined you could check out apps like 1Password and LastPass, which are both very good password management services, but there’s another player on the block that recently released a new feature that will certainly have them hanging tough over the competition.

Dashlane introduced a new feature on Tuesday that allows users the ability to change all of their passwords with a single tap of a button, even for accounts with two-factor authentication. One of the attractive points of this feature is that it will be available on about 75 major websites when they launch.

Dashlane app

One thing that’s pretty attractive about Dashlane’s newest feature is once you change the passwords on one device, all of your other devices – like smartphones, tablets, and the rest of the lot –  are automatically synced. This way you don’t have to go through the painstaking process of switching them all to your new password.

For more information on Dashlane, check out their website here.

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