Resources, digital security tips, and product news from your expert cybersecurity partners at Dashlane
At Dashlane, we use Machine Learning Models to classify HTML fields’ categories (for example, username, email, address, and so on)…
Are private browsers really private? Although they can delete cookies and browsing history, private browsers have some limitations.
If you want proper code organization for your iOS or macOS app in 2023, consider Swift packages: reusable components of…
Autofill is a great time saver, but what if you need to edit or delete your saved passwords? Learn how to find saved passwords on an iPhone.
The dangers of sharing passwords: data breaches, lost credentials, and unwanted access. Mitigate these risks with a secure, encrypted password-sharing portal.
Dashlane is moving toward gender equity by investing in spaces such as our hiring process, parental benefits, career progression, and more.
With more employees working remotely, changing passwords can improve security, but only in certain instances.
A company-wide password manager is one of the most useful cybersecurity tools. Here’s how to make the launch faster and more effective.
A small business cybersecurity plan details how to protect an organization from cyber threats, including using password managers to safeguard company data.
Learn more about the fundamentals of cybersecurity from AES to zero trust with this helpful glossary and downloadable guide.
Learn how password practices have evolved and what to do to protect your organization.
This glossary of key terms will help you get a handle on what to watch out for when it comes to cyber threats and attacks.
A lump grew in my throat. I’d been conned. More specifically, I’d been phished. And it had nothing to do with the band.
What might be the only thing more frustrating than getting juice jacked? Being the first documented case of it.
What a VPN does is make you anonymous, mysterious, private—masking your location and your data and your browsing activity.
Brute-force attacks are like when you spend five minutes jamming the wrong key into your front door, hoping it might finally work.
Imagine your keyboard gossiping behind your back, spilling your deepest, darkest, and most embarrassing secrets to the world.
If you want to remember the concept behind dead man’s switch, just think of legendary character actor Joe Morton.