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Dashlane is a password management solution designed to enable admins to easily onboard, offboard, and manage their employees with the assurance that company data is safe. And employees can enjoy a way to manage their work and personal accounts with…

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What is Dashlane?

Dashlane is a password management solution designed to enable admins to easily onboard, offboard, and manage their employees with the assurance that company data is safe. And employees can enjoy a way to manage their work and personal accounts with a solution boasting millions of users.

  • Dashlane uses a patented security architecture and AES 256-bit encryption to keep information safe

  • The Admin Console is used to onboard new team members, manage permissions, and monitor security issues.

  • The Dashlane password manager includes reporting that tracks password improvement over time.

  • Encrypted passwords can be shared with individuals or groups so passwords are never sent unsecurely over email or Slack.

  • Two-factor authentication is built in to Dashlane by design and is compatible with preferred mobile authenticator apps or U2F keys.

  • SSO is designed to be easy to install and improve the efficiency of managing employees (Only available on Dashlane Business.)

  • SIEM Integration and Dark Web Monitoring included in all Business plans.

Dashlane states their password manager currently has 19+ million people and 22,000+ organizations as active users.

In 2023 Dashlane launched Dashlane Confidential SSO. This is a single sign-on (SSO) solution that uses AWS Nitro Enclaves’ isolated virtual machines to create an encrypted confidential computing environment where employees can store vault keys that are inaccessible to third parties or the vendor.

Dashlane Features

  • Supported: SCIM + SSO integration
  • Supported: Dark Web Insights & Phishing Alerts
  • Supported: Zero-Knowledge Architecture

Dashlane Screenshots

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Dashlane is a web and mobile app that simplifies password management for people and organizations across all platforms and devices.

Dashlane Technical Details

Deployment TypesSoftware as a Service (SaaS), Cloud, or Web-Based
Operating SystemsUnspecified
Mobile ApplicationNo

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Dashlane is a password management solution designed to enable admins to easily onboard, offboard, and manage their employees with the assurance that company data is safe. And employees can enjoy a way to manage their work and personal accounts with a solution boasting millions of users.

Dashlane starts at $2.

1Password, Bitwarden, and LastPass for Business are common alternatives for Dashlane.

Reviewers rate Support Rating highest, with a score of 9.4.

The most common users of Dashlane are from Mid-sized Companies (51-1,000 employees).
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Andrew Bank | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Dashlane is one of those apps that we can't live without. We use it in our organization to protect and insulate passwords for shared services and we also use it on a personal basis. It's a life-changer and most of all, it gives us all complete confidence that our accounts are protected. I also use Dashlane for personal accounts and many of our employees do the same. It is consistently one of the most appreciated employee benefits we hear about. We like the way that Dashlane works on any browser. We like that we can set it not to stay logged in for too long. Some employees forget that they are logged in and if their machine is compromised or stolen, someone could potentially access accounts. We also like using 2FA to ensure authentication. We have also had to shut down a user's account for fear of it being compromised and it was extremely easy and secure. Using Dashlane on mobile is also a breeze. We compared Dashlane to our prior service, LastPass. LastPass was good but Dashlane is better for non-technical folks. Neither one is flawless in logging into applications but when there is an issue with a login, Dashlane is usually better at guiding through options for diagnosing and fixing.
  • Logs into mobile apps very well
  • Detects anomalies
  • Used biometrics for authentication
  • Some of our language and explanations could be simpler. Most users are not security professionals, they just want to get into applications and do their jobs.
  • Guidelines for diagnosing and fixing problems can always be clearer and better targeted toward laypeople.
  • Sometimes we need to change a user's email address (like if they change their name). Changing email addresses is very hard if not impossible. It appears to be impossible once it's set in the account.
Works great in desktop and mobile browsers. Great job of detecting potential leaks onto the dark web, etc. No real complaints overall, just minor suggestions for improvement.
Deepak Gupta | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Dashlane provides upmost protection on different logins of different users. It provides total security to ensures that our teams account don't get compromise and keeps us protected from and data breaches. It provides safety within our organization to keep our and our clients credentials safe and secure in their server.
  • Active monitoring
  • Regular Alerts
  • Manage Password From Vaults
  • Pricing on Higher Side
  • Needed More Data Storage for Secure Notes and Docs
  • Improvement in Mobile App
Dashlane is suited for Professionals and Business. It keep us secure from external threats and we can keep our team account secure by creating temporary password which expires after some duration of time. It's one of the best tool which work on mobile devices as well and gives us double security on both desktop and smartphones.
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We are a 12 person firm that uses Dashlane to house all of logins and passwords. sometimes, I find Dashlane to be cumbersome and not user friendly. For what it is, it does the job, but I think that a few changes would make the program a lot better.
  • houses logins
  • auto saves password changes
  • Sharing logins with others
  • When you turn auto fill off, for it to actually turn off.
  • When trying to remove old or unused logins, it is extremely difficult as the page resets and does not keep you where you left off.
  • To not auto place all logins to personal instead of company.
Dashlane has saved me many times for recovering a password. The auto fill option works on most websites, however when accessing Pinnacle Bank, my credentials will not autofill, and I have to type them in.
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Dashlane was selected to provide a secure means of storing company and production passwords that could be shared across the organization. There was also the need to keep certain information separate from one group to the next and only allow access to certain account information to all groups. It was also necessary to have this information available from multiple locations both at the corporate office but also to remote workers. Our company did not wish to maintain the hardware to provide this access.
  • Segregation of passwords and accounts
  • Ease of access from multiple locations
  • Restricting password access and account control
  • The flexibility of having accounts privatized or shared to the entire organization
  • Can be overly complex
  • Difficulty in making accounts accessible to others
  • Unintuitive interface
We are able to share account information, passwords and other shared secrets around the organization. The granular ability to determine who has access, to which groups or teams individuals are a part of and flexibility of how to break up access is very useful. It is highly accessible to all users from anywhere they are working, but has strong security features providing the peace of mind that our data is secure. I would not necessarily recommend this for home or personal use and the interface can be a bit daunting and lacks refinement.
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
I have used Dashlane to clean up duplicate passwords, keep my passwords changing frequently, to generate new secure passwords, and to use Dashlane to log me into all my websites banking and business-related websites. I also use their Secure notes fairly extensively and have begun using them for Passkeys as well. I have used Dashlane since 2013 and stayed with them through some major changes and still been reasonably satisfied. Although, recently there have been a couple sites that I've had to sign into manually when Dashlane couldn't fill in my credentials automatically and that is why I dinged them 1 point down to a 9/10.
  • Their Secure Notes are an easy and great way to save and protect important data and notes not specifically password-related.
  • I really like their Payments feature. I've used that at my desk and when traveling to fill-in payment information on the fly.
  • I've recently begun using Dashlane with PassKeys and found the process to be simple and intuitive to use.
  • Their auto-logons have begun to not work on several websites that I use often, like my Sam's Club Business MC, and that can be really annoying.
  • Also, their Master Password reset appears to require setup by my end-users and if they forget to set it up and forget their password, which has happened, there is no recovery. It would be nice if I, as the company owner, was able to force that process or at least see an indication whether they have set it up or not.
My opinion is that it works well for a company with a limited number of users but just does not yet offer the company admin the level of monitoring and control that I would like to see, particularly for companies with a large number of users and/or a high turnover rate where employees leave frequently and there is no way to access their saved company logins—at least none that I can find.
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Dashlane is very convenient software especially now when passwords become longer and more complex requiring lower and upper cases, numbers and special characters.
In addition it automatically populates often used fields like names, DOB and even credit cards.
The problem with it that sometimes when browsers are updated to a fresh version Dashlane plugins stop working.
  • Automatic login
  • Pre-poluating common fields
  • Using company SSO
  • More prompt plugin updates for new versions of browsers
Good for all cases when logins are required and common fields need populating.
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We have been using Dashlane for the past 2+ years. The Dashlane solves many problems of the Protection. There are many use cases of the Dashlanes some of these are, Password Security, Password Reset and Recovery, Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), Access Control, and Audit and compliance.
  • Password Reset and Recovery
  • Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)
  • Password Security
  • Browser Extension Performance
  • Integration and Compatibility
  • User Interface and Experience
There are many scenarios such as Personal Password Management, Team and Business Password Management, Enhancing Security, and Emergency Access, Scenarios where it is less appropriate are Large Enterprises, Limited Internet Access, Budget Constraints, and Resistance to Cloud-Based Solutions.
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We use dashlane for enhancing user security in our company as it is integral that the user's data is secured. It helps in password management as we were looking for a solution that could keep all our important passwords for different portals, application testing software, etc. safe. It also helped us with generating secure password for use with our applications. We believe using insecure password can be detrimental to our users hence dashlane came in handy at that operation. Also dashlane authenticator helped a lot as well as we needed a secure authenticator app for use with our backend. Overall we are satisfied with dashlane service.
  • Password Protection
  • Authenticator
  • VPN
  • UI
  • UX
  • Customer support service in user's native language
It is well suited in org where password protection is mandatory. Most companies need it hence as the service you're providing needs to have a secure vault and this is where dashlane comes in picture. Also great as a authenticator app. Even has VPN for those that need. It is less suited for personal projects.
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We use Dashlane In our organization for secure password management and data protection. It helps us to resolve issues like password fatigue, security risks, and efficient collaboration. We utilize its features, including secure sharing, password generation, and security alerts. Dashlane is deployed across all departments, from individual users to IT and security teams, to ensure robust online security and compliance with industry standards.
  • password management
  • Secure Sharing
  • Security Alerts
  • User Experience and UI can be improved
  • Integration to more apps on mobile devices
  • can provide more Biometric Authentication methods such as Face unlock
It is a recommended tool for all sizes of organizations. It helps us to securely store passwords and to keep everything in one place for particular projects. Dashlane also allows us to securely share the passwords and that feature makes our project handling more easy.
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We use Dashlane across our team to share passwords for tools that we use daily. As a director, I also use it to store the company's credit card and other sensitive information that I don't want to be stored locally on my machine. I've used it personally for my own passwords and sharing with my partner. I haven't utilized the dark web monitoring, but I should.
  • Sharing passowrds
  • Storing sensitive data
  • Dark web monitoring
  • Cost saving for personal use
  • Not logging me out haha
This is a requirement in our company for accessing shared passwords.
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We use Dashlane to enforce our IT policy strategy and make sure all credentials are safe, with 2FA whenever possible. We also track people's scores to check regularly if passwords are being reused and Dashlane makes it easy to share logins across a group of people without granting access to the password per se.
  • Simplifies 2FA forms since the code gets automatically filled by the browser extension
  • Secure password sharing app
  • Keeps a score to help us enforce our guidelines
  • Multi-company solution since currently there is no way to use the same seat across multiple organizations
  • The Android app is far superior to iOS, especially because 2FA codes appear directly as a "word suggestion" without the need to change apps
We find Dashlane very well suited to handle our corporate passwords at every level of the company and for every person that works here. It solved our password-sharing problem in a secure way and helped in enforcing our guidelines around credentials via its admin console. Overall, we are used to it so much that it's hard to consider going back without compromising on security.
October 08, 2023

Great for Data Security!

Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We use Dashlane to generate, store, and share strong passwords. We also use the VPN.
  • Sharing is easy.
  • Accessing on the web browser and phone is convenient.
  • The UI is nice an easy to navigate.
  • I wish there was an automated way to store my new passwords from my mobile device (other than logging in to the app and adding from there).
If you want to enforce password safety in your organization and you're managing multiple users, Dashlane makes it super easy. It allows people to store both personal and work passwords and takes away access from employees who have left and have logins tied to their work email. It's also great to create groups at work and give everyone the same passwords simply by adding them to the group.
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Dashlane's Password Health score is incredible. It displays the strength of our passwords as a percentage, encouraging our team to strengthen them for greater security. The Dark Web monitoring feature is particularly amazing, informing us if any data breaches have compromised your personal information.
  • The Dark Web monitoring
  • Password Health score
  • For mobile app users, Face unlock should be there for the faster access of stored password
Well Suited: Secure Password Generator, Dark Web Monitoring, Password Search Features, and Secure Notes.

The free account option is limited to use on only one device.
This restriction can be frustrating for users who require multi-device access without upgrading to a paid plan. But Dashlane is definitely worth considering nonetheless.
October 04, 2023

Dashlane is security

Carlos Fernando Morales | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We have several tools that we just use one login for, as it allows multiple logins. Everyone accesses them through Dashlane, and everyone is responsible for their own Dashlane credentials. This way we're able to mitigate any password resets and such. Also, no one ever learns the access and therefore we don't have to worry about changing passwords, we just eliminate access for that user.
  • Password Sharing
  • Data protection
  • Access Granting
  • The field completion feature can be very annoying
I can't really say a scenario where Dashlane is inappropriate. You can add all kinds of payment info to Dashlane, and eventhough we haven't used that particular feature, I can say that it is data that is safe and sound. Dashlane is highly protective of it's access. It's great at providing credentials, at storing sensitive data. It is a tool I highly trust. If you pay subscriptions to several tools or services, doing the right thing of not using the same password, this is the right tool to help you manage all that.
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Key people in the organization use it to keep their multiple passwords for different systems safe and accessible to others if needed.
  • secures access to passwords
  • allows others to have access to secured items if needed
  • more items that passwords can be secured with this product.
  • An easier way to share information between users
  • A way to allow for multiple administrators
In small businesses, it is a great product for sharing between users security information. I don't know how well it might work in very large organizations.
October 03, 2023

Hassle free logins

Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We have replaced Last pass with Dashlane. It's also being used as an SSO for easy and quick signing in for Office/outlook/JIRA. It's made it easy to manage new and ex employees whose logins need to be created or revoked. The other use cases are for storing personal passwords and also to generate new strong passwords when you can't think of something creative.
  • Single sign on authentication
  • auto sign in
  • Storing passwords and sharing with the team
  • Keeps logging out every other day.
  • sometimes it stores multiple passwords instead of prompting us to replace the older one.
  • Some minor bugs where non password/login fields are also considered as password fields.
It's great for personal and company use. If you deal with multiple teams requiring access to multiple products and have to keep managing who has access, this makes it a breeze. The plugin makes it very convenient to locate passwords manually if required and also helps in logging in. There's an autofill feature as well.
Kim Maragañas | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We use Dashlane to manage passwords within our organization. The password management feature is very nifty for controlling access to tools whenever onboarding and offboarding people. In terms of finance, I also use the tool to save payment methods and keep security codes. As administrator and legal assistant, it has helped with filling out forms quicker. Lastly, the VPN is a great icing on top for someone like me who values security.
  • Zero news of security breaches
  • Very easy to use and implement in the organization
  • They listen to feedback and update their tools accordingly.
  • Subscription management would be a good addition to their features
Dashlane Premium is best suited for medium to large organizations that have a number of employees that share acount access to specific tools. It reduces the friction within HR when onboarding and offboarding people. I would recommend the free version if someone were to use it for personal use. However, it is also better to upgrade if you are using Dashlane on multiple devices.
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Dashlane is used across our organization for the management of passwords. It has helped in securing important documents and personal logins. Using this software, we can share our security passwords with our other colleagues or team members. It helped in empowering our business and it is a very fast and reliable tool.
  • Dashlane has the capacity to store a large number of files.
  • Its mobile app works so fast and is convenient.
  • Dashlane's price is its major strength, as it is highly affordable.
  • Its login forms don’t respond the way they are expected to.
  • Its customer service is not supportive.
It is an amazing tool for everyone. Anyone can utilize it, as it is very easy to use this software, and one can use it to save all of their important passwords. It is a kind of software that can empower one’s business. One can add more identities to it for a single domain. The thing that is not good about it is that it has some bugs and its customer service is poor.
Yaco Lioi | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We have used Dashlane to collaborate with outside teams and client departments. It has helped in an incredible way letting us share passwords and sensitive information online. It's wonderful and super well crafted. We are now using multiple apps for this need, but Dashlane is still part of our recommendations.
  • Top notch design and clear UI
  • Fast setup
  • Encryption by default
  • Android and Windows app are not as polished as the iOS and Mac OS counterparts
  • The price can be better now that there is more competitors
  • Sometimes the support documentation is outdated because the software had been updated
Dashlane is really simple to use and it looks polished. We liked this product in certain projects where a better experience was needed. Dashlane has a nice feeling when using it, you feel like you're using trustable, good designed software, and I love when my clients and team members get to experience that. It makes us look more professional than other options.
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Dashlane is one of the password management tools we offer to our employees. It allows employees to store sensitive information without needing to use their browser's "save password" feature which is not secure enough for our organization. It's also simple enough for employees to set up and start using by themselves.
  • IOS App is clean
  • Desktop app and browser plugin work well.
  • I think they should lower their pricing to reach more people.
I've used many of the top password management apps, and Dashlane is just as good (if not better) than the rest of them. Dashlane does a great job creating safe passwords, and it's nice to be able to use Dashlane on any of my devices. In addition to passwords, you can also store notes, payments, personal info, and IDs in the app.
Score 1 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Dashlane is used by all Engineers at my company. It operates both as our storage of credentials, as well as the way we share private login info to others. As we use many third parties as well as have a service based architecture, there are many different logins and software which requires access. Some of these can be shared by our internal team, and others have to be specified to only be partially shared with other vendors.
  • Password Generation
  • Customization
  • Organization Management
  • Access Management
  • Password Naming
  • Browser Integration
Well Suited:
  1. Organization Management: Dashlane has the ability to setup groups of people who can get access to items.
  2. Password Generation: This software makes good passwords that are secure.
  3. Low Tech-Literacy: For those in your organization that are not great at managing passwords, Dashlane makes it relatively easy.
Poorly Suited:
  1. Customization: Dashlane is not good at being able to control the way your passwords work or are generated.
  2. Browser Integration: Dashlane takes over so many field that it makes using a browser too difficult.
  3. Searching: When searching, it limits to certain fields and returns too many results, while excluding secure notes etc.
Tyler Oates, M.Ed | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We have so many different platforms that we use on a daily basis and it would be impossible to keep all of our passwords straight. There are times where new accounts are made for us under platforms by the person that sets up our accounts and login credentials can easily be shared with us by the creator. It makes it super easy to organize passwords and share passwords when needed.
  • Organize passwords
  • Save login information
  • Easy to share info with other employees
  • Dashlane does exactly what we need it to do.
  • There aren't additional features that could improve it.
  • Great service
Dashlane is great for those that have multiple logins or passwords to keep straight among multiple platforms. It's such an easy way to grant access to accounts to other employees when needed! I don't know how we got by without Dashlane before! Would not recommend if you only have a few logins to remember for just yourself. Great for team settings.
Muhamed (Muha) Causevic | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
I am using Dashlane independently from my organization. Since our work and personal lives often merge, I have had trouble remembering my passwords across my devices. I [use] Dashlane to store passwords to my personal logins, so that I can access my accounts across my various devices with ease. It has helped me with the hassle and security risk of writing them down in a journal.
  • Suggested complex passwords.
  • Shows you data on how many of your accounts are using the same password.
  • It sometimes saves duplicates of logins if something was 1 character off. I would ideally like to see it suggest to remove one of the logins or merge the accounts if the info is the same.
Dashlane is great for centralizing all of your accounts and keeping all the logins information in one location for anyone who easily misplaces this information or is forgetful. This also is its downfall as well because it is hard to trust any single source of centralization because if it were ever to be breached, it would be devastating.
October 16, 2019

Dashlane to the rescue!

Jeremy Goldsborough | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
My company uses Dashlane to store and manage hundreds of sensitive data points from passwords to credit card numbers. The Dashlane app is used by our top-level employees based upon their access needs. This application addresses the problems created when there is not a universal management solution for company passwords. These problems include low-strength passwords, lost passwords, and the sharing of passwords insecurely.
  • Dashlane does a great job of detecting the password creation process on new websites and prompting users to store the data on the app. This saves a lot of time and eliminates the need to remember to save passwords manually.
  • Dashlane syncs well across devices. That password you created using your laptop is immediately available on your smartphone app without the need for double entry.
  • The Dashlane application provides a variety of data save types beyond just passwords. You are able to save account information, payment methods, and personal data in a categorized way.
  • Dashlane can be frustrating to use on my Mac. There are often times where the app is open but simply will not display the dashboard. I am forced to close the app and relaunch it to gain access. Support has been unable to fix this for me.
  • There are times where Dashlane tries to interact with a web form that it should not interact with. It feels like it is getting in the way and hindering the form completion rather than helping with efficiency. Better detection of form types would be a big improvement.
  • Refining the way that Dashlane deals with replacement/updating passwords would be a welcome improvement. It is very easy to get duplicate entries into the system so that you have 2 or more logins to a website to choose from even though only one of them is current.
Dashlane is well suited for a company or individual who likes to stay organized and is willing to take the time to really make sure they are using the application as it is supposed to be used. It has a learning curve. In a scenario where a company just wants to start throwing passwords and logins into an app and expecting everything to run smoothly, Dashlane would not be a great fit.
Tristan Dobbs | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 6 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We use Dashlane as a password manager for our employees in their professional and personal use. It is used company-wide and by all departments to ensure that users are following best internet safety practices such as abstaining from password re-use, implementing complex passwords, and (in cases where passwords must be shared) secure storage and sharing of passwords.
  • Security dashboard - Dashlane highlights any safety practices that are not being followed and recommends that users change passwords if they are not being safe.
  • Dark web monitoring - Users are alerted if any of their credentials could possibly be compromised and ensures that they are informed enough to change or rectify the situation.
  • Company spaces - Dashlane allows for a "personal" and "company" space that users may use to store their personal passwords separately from their work passwords. If their account is ever terminated, they are left with their personal passwords and given a 40-day trial to Dashlane Premium.
  • Admin capabilities - Admins cannot reset passwords or 2SV tokens for any users, so they are left to contact Dashlane support. Without adequate management, Dashlane is tough to support internally effectively.
  • Reporting - Dashlane does not provide reports for when users export passwords, fail logins or do anything else to potentially compromise their accounts. The reporting right now simply shows when users are created and added/removed from sharing Groups, but even then, the reporting is broken.
  • Chrome - Chromebook users cannot take advantage of Dashlane to any real degree. They cannot set up 2SV tokens or keys, nor are they given the same features (Security Dashboard, Sharing Centre, etc.) so the experience is hampered, which adversely affects adoption.
Dashlane is well suited for end-users who are looking to get themselves a password manager for personal use. They must be using Mac or Windows primarily and install the local client to access all of the features needed to work properly. It is relatively inexpensive for end-users as well.
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