Firefox recently enforced its extensions policy, which resulted in a need to make technical adjustments to the Dashlane extension. New functionalities that are currently available in Chrome, Chromium, Edge, and Safari have now been released to Firefox because we’ve made the necessary edits to conform to their policy.
While our top priority is maintaining your data security, we've made some temporary adjustments in the new extension release to comply with Firefox’s latest requirements.
What does this change mean for me when I use Firefox?
What has now been added:
- Secure file storage for Dashlane Premium: You can now keep track of important files and information you want to keep safe but have accessible when you need them, like important documents when traveling.
- Enforce 2-factor authentication (2FA) for Dashlane for businesses: With the release of this setting, you can ensure that all plan members benefit from the added layer of security that 2FA provides.
- SCIM Provisioning for Dashlane for businesses is now available to use within Firefox.
What has been temporarily changed:
- Payment details: Firefox users won't be able to update their payment method in the web app or in Admin Console, for business teams and administrators. Any payment updates or additional seat purchases need to be made in another browser, such as Chrome, Chromium, Edge, and Safari.
- Password Changer: The Password Changer feature won't be available within Firefox. You can still access Password Changer on your mobile app and other browsers.
New consent form
As part of Firefox’s new policies, it's now required to agree to the privacy terms when you install the extension for the first time. This is the normal consent that is given when downloading Dashlane’s Password Manager in general, but Firefox now requires you to agree to the terms on a separate page.