If you use a dedicated password manager, such as Dashlane, you’ll probably expect it to manage your passkeys for you, just as it does with your passwords. Unlike passwords, the mechanism passkeys use is more sophisticated under the hood, though this isn’t apparent in the user experience; passkeys are actually much simpler than passwords to create and use.  Dashlane has been at the forefront of passkey support since passkeys were announced last year. In August, Dashlane introduced integrated passkey support in our security-first password manager and unveiled the first in-browser passkey solution.


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