Password manager and identity access management solution4.5/5 (156 reviews)
Dashlane is an enterprise password vaulting solution designed to protect companies from the proliferation of cloud applications and poor password habits. Dashlane utilizes a patented security architecture that pairs a zero-knowledge interface with end-to-end AES 256 encryption, so user data remains private and is only decrypted locally (with non-synced local option as well). Additional security features include multiple 2FA options, including the first integration for a password manager with the FIDO Alliance-supported U2F protocol.
On the user end, key features like secure password sharing, centralized administration, and user-friendly deployment extend the protection across every person in the company—and therefore, the company as a whole. The focus on the user experience is evident in the clean, elegant interface, the intuitive onboarding walkthrough, and the platform-native options across Windows, Mac, iOS and Android devices. A security product can only work if it's used, and Dashlane does a great job combining consumer-level usability with business-critical security and functionality.
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It is a very powerful app. If you need a new password, Dashlane is your go-to app. It auto-generates very strong passwords, indicates the strength of the password, stores it very securely to be recalled at will. Dashlane automatically fills in your ID and password as soon as you enter a web page that demands your ID and password. Dashlane takes you through all the clutter and gets you to the landing page (amazingly easily). Dashlane does all the work. Dashlane really helps with problems with accessing a website. For example, I needed to access a state government website that I had accessed successfully many times before but it would not grant me access with Dashlane. I did not have to go through the usual routine of beating myself up for forgetting my password because I knew it was in Dashlane. After speaking with their tech support ("maybe you forgot your password" we will send you a new one in an email). I did not feel like going through that routine so I insisted I was right about my password. Turns out that something was down at their end when I tried to access the site and when that was fixed my original password worked. ) This routine has happened on many tech support calls and saved many cycles of wasted conversation time.
Coolness: I scanned down to the end of the page of this review where my name and email is entered automatically by Capterra (verification) and there is my Dashlane icon waiting in each window to be called on.
I am so happy with Dashlane on my computer I increasingly began to need Dashlane on my iPhone. It may be me, but just accessing Dashlane was very involved and I could not get it to work like I could do with ease on my PC. I have had very polite support from Dashlane, at least three times over the last 6 months but I simply do not get the lack of smoothness of access on the iPhone versus the friction-free access with the app on my PC. I have had Dashlane 4 years and I use it heavily every day except on my iPhone. I am still mad about that. I need my iPhone Dashlane!
This tool works great when you are dealing with lots of passwords on a daily basis.
It comes to a point where remembering all passwords you need to use every day becomes an impossible task. Noting them down on a document on your computer or on a post-it is definitely not the most secure solution and here's where Dashlane comes to save the day. You now only need to remember one password that will unlock all the other passwords that you save on Dashlane.
Once you have it open and running on your computer, it will help you auto-login as long as the password has been already saved there which means you don't even have to type anything.
The tool does not only serve as a password storage but can also help you with generating new strong ones when you need to create new ones.
As well as passwords, the tool also works with credit cards and with forms, so that you don't have to fill those details anymore, which can become a very tedious task. You can update the stored information at any point as needed.
There are times when you have more than one credential for a given site and the tool might automatically sign you in with one of them that might not be the one you needed at that moment.
Specifically, I'm thinking test users on development tools.
Also, on given sites where there are fields to enter, the tool really does not know what they are for and tries to fill them in with the option it thinks is best, but that might not be the case. As an example, I'm referring to fields that serve as filters for a given list. Having something entered there is not ideal as you may not need to filter anything but the tool keeps trying to fill the field anyways, even when you keep deleting whatever Dashlane entered there.
Dashlane is a well-established and trustworthy password manager. It comes with convenient browser integration allowing to generate & save passwords of new accounts, as well as automatically logging-into existing ones. Other form fields are also filled based on your personal information.
Password security relies on a 'master' password, and optional two-factor authentication. Data is synchronized easily between devices (except on the free plan), with an encrypted backup stored on Dashlane's servers.
Beyond passwords, Dashlane can store all kinds of sensitive information such as identity documents, means of payment, bank accounts, software licenses, and other notes.
It is possible to share an account password with another Dashlane user, or even set an 'emergency contact' which may receive access to your passwords if requested, and after a delay without action on your part.
Among the newer features, the 'Identity Dashboard' summarizes password security, including insights on which accounts may be at risk due to security breaches. Related or reused passwords are highlighted for renewal.
The autofill features sometimes have trouble detecting which field should receive which info, in which case the entry must be fixed manually.
On macOS (at least), the client often needs to be started again after rebooting the computer, otherwise no window would show.
The benefits for using Dashlane are just amazing the fact that all my passwords are stored in a secure fault that only i can get access to via a master password is amazing. Dashlane has password changes that notifies me if the passwords my are old and needs to be changed, with a single click it changes all password across all websites and sync with all devices. Moreover, Dashlane has very easy to ready UI and the features are straightforward to use nothing is confusing when using dashlane.
I would highly recommend users to use dashlane for business which is completely free to try out and no CC required.
Dashlane is an amazing password manager that i use at my workplace, we have a login into a lot if web applications that require a strong password, so using dashlane i can log-in via a a single click. what i really like about dashlane is that is they a one month free trial to use, and thereafter an yearly subscription. Moreover, dashlane installing process is very quick, it supports all browsers as well as Edge, with the new update recently. Secondly, it requires a master password once you log into the application. Third, dashlane can stored credit cards, notes, receipts, and personal info so it is easier to use when going to websites, logging in, and making purchases. Lastly, dashlane offer quick customer support for any questions or comments, their customer reps are quit knowledgeable in the product and can assist with any issues right away.
Really happy about Dashlane, I use it dozens of times a day on my Desktop as well as mobile devices. It is my "Go To" password manager and as previously mentioned I strongly recommend it to all of my clients.
I've been using Dashlane for over 5 years. It is super simple to use and automated. I love the fact that it will autogenerate long, alpha-numeric passwords and automatically save and autofill when logging into websites. I recommend Dashlane to all of my clients so we can easily share a password when needed (for example setting up SAAS, websites, email, etc)
When using the "Emergency Access" feature the list isn't sorted alphabetically for some reason. Very rarely use this option so it's not really a big deal.
Volume-dependent, competitive pricing.
Military-grade encryption: everything stored in Dashlane for Business is protected with end-to-end encryption, creating a blanket of security over everything done.
Two-factor authentication: add a second layer of security with 2FA, including the first-ever integration of U2F security for a password manager.
Custom semantic engine: the user experience is central to Dashlane for Business, and a constantly-learning algorithm ensures it works well with all users—which means higher levels of adoption and usage among employees.
Password sharing: A highly-secure way to share or revoke passwords across teams and individually, including levels of access and emergency contact provision.
Simple deployment: painless implementation with a user-oriented onboarding process and no heavy IT burden.
Multi-platform and browser functionality: Dashlane for Business syncs across all used browsers and devices with platform-native apps, offering a secure solution to BYOD and mobile work environments.
Auto-login and auto-fill: Dashlane for Business remembers all of a user's passwords and information, helping them to increase their productivity and security.
Below are some frequently asked questions for Dashlane Business.
Dashlane Business offers the following pricing plans:
Starting from: US$4,00/month
Pricing model: Subscription
Free Trial: Available
Volume-dependent, competitive pricing.
Dashlane Business offers the following features:
Dashlane Business has the following typical customers:
Large Enterprises, Mid Size Business, Non Profit, Small Business
Dashlane Business supports the following languages:
English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish
Dashlane Business has the following pricing plans:
Dashlane Business supports the following devices:
Android, iPhone, iPad
Dashlane Business integrates with the following applications:
Dashlane Business offers the following support options:
FAQs, Knowledge Base, Online Support, Phone Support, Video Tutorials