In the web-first Dashlane experience, the extension and web app work hand-in-hand to offer you the richest and most secure experience, including our vastly improved autofill. Plus, you still enjoy offline access to your vault, as long as you have previously logged in, authorized the device, and don't have 2FA enabled for each login.
But you may be wondering: is the web app secure? We'll try to answer this question in this article.
While this new platform may look and feel different, the underlying architecture at the foundation of Dashlane hasn't changed. More specifically, our commitment to zero-knowledge remains unwavering. Zero-knowledge means that only you can access your data—neither Dashlane nor a hacker can see the contents of your account. To do this, Dashlane encrypts data locally on your device rather than on a remote server, a process the web-first experience still follows.
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