Dashlane Incorporated have recently released version 2.0 of their desktop secure password management tool as well as version 2.0.1 for Android.
Dashlane can be used to store sensitive personal information, such as credit card numbers and passwords, in a secure manner and is a free download.
Both the desktop and Android versions have received a new interface in their latest iterations along with a promise of a big jump in product quality. Also notable is the support for two-factor authentication via Google Authenticator.
Another good looking feature, which I’m looking forward to testing out, is the Security Score. this will give you a rating of your overall security based on the relative strength (or lack thereof) of the passwords that you have stored within the manager. There will be tips given on how to improve any weak passwords you may have.
For Android users version 2.0.1 there will be an in-app browser available for the first time as well as support for all the various different screen sizes that are available. Two-factor authentication is available in this version too.
Dashline is a free tool with an optional paid version ($19.99) available which adds in extra functionality such as unlimited backups of encrypted data and auto-synchronisation between devices.
Look out for a review and guide on how to use Dashlane very soon…