With this feature, users can sign into Dashlane on the web app and on the extension using their device's built-in biometric login method (Windows Hello; Touch ID) or a hardware security key. Before enabling this feature on your account, please review the limitations listed below.
- This feature is not available on Firefox and Safari. See the full list of supported browsers here.
- The "Keep me logged in for 14 days" option is not available when the login with biometrics feature is enabled. In fact, this feature is an alternative to the option allowing to keep your session logged in for 14 days. Note that if you have already enabled the "Keep me logged in for 14 days" option, you can enable the login with biometrics or security feature. In that case, you will be asked to scan your fingerprint or plug in your security key at your next login.
- This feature does not fully replace your Master Password. Your Master Password is still asked every 14 days for security reasons and to make sure you don't forget it.
- If you manually log out of your account while the feature is enabled, your Master Password will be required at your next log in. Additionally, you'll need to re-enable the feature from your Security settings to have it back.
- Currently, this feature is only supported at account login. Your Master Password is still required to unlock your items (e.g.: view passwords, autofill passwords that are protected with your Master Password) or to make changes to some of your settings (e.g.: to change your Master Password).
- Currently, login methods cannot be renamed. It is automatically named Biometric within your account's security settings. If you have registered more than one login methods, the first one that was added is automatically named "Biometric 1", the second "Biometric 2", etc...
- This feature is not available if you have enabled two-factor authentication at every login on your Dashlane account.
- This feature is not available to members of a Dashlane Business plan with the Single sign-on feature enabled: SSO users do not use any Master Password to encrypt their account.