Dashlane is a password manager available for almost all popular operating systems (including mobile). During the installation of the Windows version, the program will automatically detect the presence in the system of such browsers as Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox, and then add the passwords from them to its own database. Of course, Dashlane will only do this with the user's permission. In addition to storing your passwords, this manager will also allow you to automatically synchronize them between your computer and portable devices. Decided to create an account in a service from your tablet? Dashlane will save the entered data and allow you to login using it on your PC.
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