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This article was published on January 12, 2018

Dashlane offers full password protection without all the password headaches — for only $19.98

Dashlane offers full password protection without all the password headaches — for only $19.98
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Facebook estimates about 600,000 social media passwords get hacked every day. Of those thefts, 80 percent are linked to weak or stolen passwords. In a recent survey, 50 percent of respondents said they haven’t changed their passwords in over a year…which is better than the 20 percent who have never changed them at all. And did we mention this survey was conducted among cyber security pros?

Bottom line — password security can be lax…and you could pay for it. Instantly ratchet up your security beyond birthdates and kid names with Dashlane, the world’s smartest, simplest, most secure password manager. Right now, you can get a full year of Dashlane coverage for just $19.98 from TNW Deals.

With Dashlane, you can create strong, unique passwords for each site that requires your login — but still can enter with just one click. Rather than remembering passwords, Dashlane allows you to immediately get to your info or make secure online payments while making sure you’re always protected from cyberthieves.

Dashlane syncs across all your devices, allows you to make any changes in seconds and supports two-factor authentication with touch or photo-ID-enabled phones and tablets. You can even set it to share passwords with anyone you choose or grant emergency contact access so others can inherit your passwords should anything happen to you.

It’s won over some major supporters as well, including raves from the New York Times and PC Mag as well as App of the Year honors from both Apple and Google.

You can get one year of Dashlane service for $19.98 (a 50 percent savings) or lock in 3-year ($59.94) or 5-year ($99.90) at the same great discount.

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