Dashlane Password Changer

Update all your passwords in 1-click (early access signup)

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Alexis Fogel@alexisfogel · Co-founder, Head of Product at Dashlane
@OurielOhayon thanks for your comment. if you change your mind about switching and want to give Dashlane a try, just know that you can import all your data from 1password to get started easily: http://support.dashlane.com/cust....
Ouriel Ohayon@ourielohayon · appsfire, CEO/ isai (VC) co-founder
@alexisfogel Hi Alexis. Actually i know quite well Dashlane. They're even a customer of ours :) but i was always hold back by one thing: the recurring cost/ year which i don t understand. For me a password manager is a utility not a service and i am happy to pay whatever but upfront.
Alexis Fogel@alexisfogel · Co-founder, Head of Product at Dashlane
@OurielOhayon Our approach is more like a Dropbox or Evernote…we provide always-free upgrades on every device (i.e., no new fees for additional feature or upgrades). By always maintaining and improving the product, we look at as though we do provide a service. In any case, we have a free version that lots of users choose. And if you refer a friend, both of you get 6 months of premium when they sign up, so you can actually get everything free for a long time.
Ouriel Ohayon@ourielohayon · appsfire, CEO/ isai (VC) co-founder
@alexisfogel Yes i do understand your approach but in the case of Evernote of Dropbox i understand why i need to pay per year because the usage of my service impacts directly the cost of their operation and the amount of "ressources" i need from them (ie: space/memory). But i don t get that with a password manager. The variable perception of paying a recurring fee for a password manager does not compute to me. I prefer to pay you upfront 200$...there is also about password managers that are not enough in themselves to drive me to pay for subscription. I saw you had a free option but the lack of sync on it is clearly a deal breaker for me. That being said your product is really well designed and if i had not been hooked to 1P and already paid what i paid for it, i would gladly consider. If this is your model you ll probably be better off in the enterprise world where password management needs to be in the cloud in order to work well
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Ouriel Ohayon@ourielohayon · appsfire, CEO/ isai (VC) co-founder
such a great feature. i wish 1password had this. i don t see myself switching password managers now. not even with that feauture. hope they will catch up
Paul Cothenet@paulcothenet · Chief No Officer at MadKudu
I wish I had had this at the time of Heartbleed. I'm considering switching from LastPass but I have 400+ randomly generated password there. Any way to import them?
@arthurrougier · product manager - dashlane
@paulcothenet ,Thrilled to see that this new feature pleases you ! We have indeed build import processes for other main password managers to facilitate the switch. For LastPass, you can find the import process right here: http://support.dashlane.com/cust...
guillaume cabane@guillaumecabane · VP Growth @Segment
This is the greatest thing ever ! Now Dashlane covers the main 3 security rules : 1/ Have a different password per site 2/ Use hard to guess passwords 3/ change your password frequently. I'm sure @guidesnoes could talk more about that.
Guillaume Desnoës@guidesnoes · Head of European Markets, Dashlane
@guillaumecabane We also think it can be very useful in case of major security breach like Heartbleed...
nery@416nery · Product Design, @teehanlax alumni
This is killer feature but I'm cautiously optimistic since you're now introducing a larger attack surface and area for compromise.
Alexis Fogel
@alexisfogel · Co-founder, Head of Product at Dashlane
@nery78 Hey Nery, thanks for your comment. I understand you being cautious but without digging too much into details, what we are doing is in a sense no different from what Personal Finance Managers like Mint have done for many years to navigate Bank websites on behalf of their users. We navigate on the Web from one of our servers using the users credentials to login to that website. But what we do is actually more secure than PFMs because we do not store user credential in a form that is readable to us. If you want more details, we explained in our whitepaper the security measures we have taken to make this feature as secure as possible: https://www.dashlane.com/security. ps: love what you guys are doing at Teehanlax :)
Brett deMarrais@brettdem · Partner Ludlow Ventures
Been a Dashlane user for a while. For my money it is the best and most polished pasword manager out there. Clearly the most innovative with this new feature. Dying to get my hands on it...hint hint
Ashley Thurston@ashleythurston · Community Manager, Dashlane
Thanks, @BrettdeM, we appreciate your support! It's great to hear that people are as excited about Password Changer as we are :))