The authorized devices linked to your Dashlane account can be managed on the Dashlane web app.
Please note that the web app is not supported on Internet Explorer.
Also, for security and privacy reasons, devices that are inactive for more than a year are automatically deactivated. If you need to use Dashlane on those devices, you'll need to re-authenticate using a security code.
To manage your devices, first, connect to the web app. There, click on My account in the bottom-left corner and then on Manage logins.
From here, you can see when each device was granted access. By clicking on a device, you can rename it or disable the access.
When you click on the "x" to revoke access to a device, your Dashlane data is deleted from that device. If you wish to use Dashlane on that device again, you will need to reauthorize it.
I received an email saying I authorized a new device to my Dashlane account, but I didn't?
You need to authorize your device when you sign in to the web app, and you will need to reauthorize your device if you use a different browser, or if you empty your browser's cache or delete your cookies. You will also need to reauthorize your device if you reinstall Dashlane completely. This means that in your list of devices under "Manage devices", you may see several entries for the same device. This could explain why you received such an email.
You can use the icons to the left of your devices to tell where they come from. You will see a Windows icon for PCs, an Apple icon for Macs, iPads and iPhones, a smartphone for Android phones and a globe for the web app.
If you are worried someone might know your Master Password and be using your Dashlane account from their device (this would mean they also have access to your email box where our security codes are sent to authorize any new device), you could always change your Master Password to a new, stronger one. Please refer to this article to find out how to change your Master Password. Also, to increase your overall security, you could protect your Dashlane account with two-factor authentication.