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My subscription just renewed in April and I was able to buy this to extend until 2022. I received the email confirmation with the end date immediately after purchase
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My subscription just renewed in April and I was able to buy this to extend until 2022. I received the email confirmation with the end date immediately after purchase
You can request for a price adjustment. 🤗
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Bitwarden is the way to go.
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I honestly don't understand why people love Dashlane so much. Lastpass and Bitwarden are infinitely more convenient, and they're free.
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I honestly don't understand why people love Dashlane so much. Lastpass and Bitwarden are infinitely more convenient, and they're free.
People don't, their marketing just wants you to think they do. They also market heavy on YouTube.
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I had dashlane for a couple years. Out of the literally HUNDREDS of passwords I had stored, automatic password changing only worked on kayak.com, Reddit.com and GitHub.com. That's it.

I'm responsible for a website professionally and reached out to dashlane to ask how I could add my site to their supported list. ...they said I can't. It's a manual effort on their part. If automatic password changing is your selling point, forget it.

In the end I switched to lastpass. Free is free.

EDIT: here is an exhaustive list of the sites they support password changing on. I haven't heard of MOST of them, have you? https://www.dashlane.com/features...anguage=en
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Anyone know how long the promo code is valid?
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I've been using Dashlane for the last couple of months after using Lastpass for years. I like Dashlane much better.
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Going poor from all these SaaS apps.

Alternative apps: Strongbox for iOS, Sticky Password lifetime subscription on stacksocial, or Bitwarden as mentioned by other SDers.
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EDIT: here is an exhaustive list of the sites they support password changing on. I haven't heard of MOST of them, have you? https://www.dashlane.com/features...anguage=en [dashlane.com]
bonnierstore..... I read that as something else. Hmmmm, seems like a risky website to click into though. You first.
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Bitwarden is the only good one. LastPass privacy is a nightmare. Dashlane is crazy expensive.

Bitwarden is $10 a year and the most private one of the bunch.
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I will have to check out Bitwarden, despite some of the messages above I have really enjoyed Dashlane. Got a deal a while back for $60 for four years or something to that effect, my expiration is in 2023 and I have been using this for quite a while now.

Anyway, I had LastPass and Dashlane has been far better, especially with the plugin recognizing username/pass boxes on websites. I will say that I haven't touched LastPass since getting Dashlane Premium, so it could have improved.

My only issue with Dashlane is their plugin is sometimes a bit buggy which can be annoying. Like when going to some sites, American Express and Verizon being big ones, they sometimes have elements that load in really slow for whatever reason and the plugin won't take action until the site fully loads, so you sometimes sit there clicking in the box expecting the pop up and nothing happens.

Aside from that though, it's been really good. Especially on iOS, and possibly Android as well but not much experience there.

I would like to get a system where I own the password storage though. I have a 24/7 home server, gigabit internet, and all the backups to make it doable, the biggest thing holding me back from something like Keypass was the lack of support on the plugins side, but again that was over a year ago.
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PasswordSafe user here, at work anyway. A somewhat primitive GUI but it gets the job done. No cost.

For personal use, I'm researching with a focus on 2FA and iOS integration. Few to choose from with no cost ...
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Been using https://thatoneprivacysite.net/ for some of my review on VPN service. Looks like Dashlane isn't even listed on this pretty trough list. BTW, this site posted above has some good info if needed.
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