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Keeping Your Personal Info Safe While Filing Taxes Online
There’s nothing like that feeling of relief once you’ve finished filing your taxes, and e-filing services like TurboTax and H&R Block definitely ease the pain...
A Parent’s Guide to App Permissions: Keeping the Kids Safe and Secure
A recent New York Times investigation revealed the extent to which even children’s locations are tracked by the devices they carry and apps they download....
Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Miss Next Year’s dotSecurity Conference
A few weeks ago, we had the opportunity to attend and sponsor the 2017 dotSecurity--a great conference for developers about security, of course! We chose to...
Everything You Need to Know about WannaCry Ransomware and How to Keep Your Accounts Safe
Updated: 5/30/2017 [Update] A massive ransomware attack affected thousands of schools, hospitals, and other organizations in more than 150 countries. In a recent blog post, researchers...
Tips for Women (By Women) on How to Stay Safe On and Offline
Today, we celebrate International Women’s Day and women around the world who are breaking down barriers while tackling the work to be done. We, the...
7 Features You Need in a Team Password Manager
A team password manager is a useful tool for any small business that wants to boost security while helping employees to manage their passwords more effectively....
68 Million Reasons Why Your Small Business Needs a Password Manager
We could offer you one compelling reason why you need a team password manager for your small business, but why not give you 68,680,741 reasons....
Naughty or Nice? Here’s How to Tell If an E-Commerce Website is Legit
We all want to find the sweetest deal on best name-brand clothes, sleek new toys, and the hottest tech gadgets on the market. But do...
What is the Internet of Things and How Safe Is It?
Back in prehistoric times, cave people must have gazed at a fire with wonder while thinking, "Is it safe?" The answer, of course, was "It...
DDoS Attacks Are Crippling Twitter, Amazon, and Reddit. Here’s How.
Updated 10/24/2016 On Friday, October 21, Twitter, Spotify, Reddit, AirBnb, Github, and several major websites reported outages due to a Distributed Denial of Service attack...
11 Things Employees Won’t Miss After Using a Password Manager
When it comes to passwords, most of your employees believe they are protected by storing countless iterations of username and password combinations in their heads—but...
5 Things Your New Employees Need to Know About Cyber Security from Week One
If you're a CEO or IT administrator, you'll need to spruce up on cyber security training before indoctrinating new hires. If the latest Yahoo data...
How Employees, Passwords, and Network Vulnerabilities Can Cost Your Business Millions
This summer, IBM and Ponemon Institute published a startling global study on how much data breaches cost businesses per year. With approximately 90 percent of...
It’s Time to Get #CyberAware for National Cyber Security Awareness Month!
October is officially National Cyber Security Awareness Month! As a #CyberAware Champion, we’re doing our part at Dashlane by making sure our users have the...
Dashlane Security Updates
Dear Dashlane user, In the last few days, we released a security update following a report from Tavis Ormandy, a security researcher from the Google...
The Dangers of Workplace Connectivity You Ought to Know
Cloud storage tools, social networks, and chat apps have improved our work and personal lives; allowing real-time connectivity and electronic file sharing from your computer,...
What You Should Know about Dashlane’s Patented Security Architecture
Security at Dashlane has always been a very strong focus of our Engineering team. As a leading password manager, Dashlane is responsible for the safety...
Brand-new Dashlane for iPhone and iPad: Redesigned for a fresh look and effortless experience
Introducing the brand-new Dashlane iPhone and iPad app! We’ve given Dashlane a complete makeover to give you a customized, seamless experience unlike anything you’ve ever...
A Skeptic’s Guide to Password Managers and Security
You’ve probably seen a free password manager app advertised on tech blogs and magazines, security forums, digital ads, etc. and immediately thought: “That's a goldmine for hackers!”...
A Beginner’s Guide to Using Two-Factor Authentication and U2F to Secure Your Passwords
We’re proud to announce an industry first - Dashlane is the first password manager to support the FIDO Alliance’s Universal Second Factor (U2F) for two-factor authentication!...
NEW: Password Changer – Go from weak to strong passwords in a click!
Every time you learn about a big data breach, the experts advice is always as follows: Change your password now and anywhere you've reused it....