With so many data breaches in the news, there’s no telling who has access to any given password you’ve ever created. And while having one account exposed is bad, it’s much worse if you re-use your passwords. Protect yourself by making complex and unique passwords for every site, and let a password manager like Dashlane log you in with just a few clicks.
• Save on a Subscription to Dashlane (Coupon code: DASHLANE10)
With today’s Stack Social deal, you can choose between three lengths of service: One year, three years, or five years. Apply coupon code “DASHLANE10” during checkout, and you’ll get one year for $16.99, three years for $50.95, or five years for just $84.92. With over 50 percent in savings, this is one of the best bargains we’ve ever seen on Dashlane.
Over at our sister site PCMag, Dashlane earned an Outstanding score of 5/5. Neil J. Rubenking, the reviewer, heavily praised the simplicity, the broad support for multiple platforms, and the more advanced security features like U2F support. All together, you can rest easy knowing that this is a secure and easy-to-use password management solution.
Keep in mind, these prices are available for new users only. Existing members won’t be able to redeem this for their accounts, but this is a perfect opportunity to give your friends and family the gift of password peace of mind.
Note: Terms and conditions apply. See the Stack Social site for more information.
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