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Dashlane offers single-click option to change passwords at more than 50 websites

Kelly Hodgkins, @kellyhodgkins
December 9, 2014
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Dashlane today announced the acquisition of PassoMatic and its automatic password changer technology. As part of this merger, Dashlane also is releasing a beta version of its app that integrates this password technology.

According to Dashlane, its beta Password Changers allows a user to change their passwords at multiple sites with just a click. each password is unique and meets conventional length and character recommendations for adequate password strength. The service supports up to 50 websites including Amazon, eBay, Facebook and more.

The new Dashlane beta is available on the Mac and PC with a mobile version planned for the future. Also planned for future versions is a rotating password changer that automatically updates and stores new passwords on a regular basis. Interested users can sign up for beta access on Dashlane's website.

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