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    does anyone have longtime experience with DASHLANE password protection? is it better than Roboform?

    Am just wondering if Daslhlane is the best as they claim or if there is a better setup like roboform?
    thank you all
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    5 Star Lounger RussB's Avatar
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    This is the first I've heard anyone ask about DASHLANE. I know a lot of people who complain, I mean use Roboform but I've been using LastPass for a long time now, but do need to keep an eye on its new owners.
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    I have been using Dashlane for over a year and I prefer it to Roboform.

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    Kiddo,

    Both have free versions so give them a try and see which you prefer. I'm partial to RoboForm myself...YMMV! HTH
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    Had a couple years of experience with Dashlane and does most things right. A small amount of use of Roboform and Stick Password and much prefer Dashlane.

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    LastPass was recently acquired by LogMeIn, so it will be interesting to see what they do.

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