Today’s desktop release, V1.6, brings you Dashlane Courier — a brand-new, easy way to securely send data to others.
The launch of this service enables simple, secure sharing for web account logins/passwords and secure notes. You’ll never have to send this info in plain-text form via email again!
You can send a Courier share to users and non-users alike. And as with everything else in Dashlane, the data is ciphered with AES-256 and deciphered locally when opened by the recipient; after viewing, the encrypted data is deleted from the server. What this means is that after clicking to view the Courier message, the recipient has only 30 minutes to interact with the content before it self-destructs, “Go-Go Gadget” style.
Here are some screenshots of that process:
Also new in today’s release is the ability to manually add purchases to your Dashlane account. And we’ve also fulfilled a popular user request, by adding visual expiration notices when your IDs and credit cards are about to, or already have, expired. (For IDs, visual notices appear 6 months in advance of expiration; for credit cards, they appear 3 months in advance.)
Finally, we’ve added a new page to our website, where from now on, you will always be able to easily locate a bullet-pointed list detailing each release. You can check that out here.