Using password managers like Dashlane or LastPass is probably one of the best ways to stay safe on the Internet (because you really don’t want to recycle your passwords), but when your password manager itself is only protected by a basic password, you set yourself up for problems.
If you are a Dashlane user, you can now keep your passwords a bit safer because the service now supports Yubico’s YubiKeys.
With this, Dashlane joins companies like Google, Dropbox and GitHub in supporting YubiKeys for their consumer-facing applications.
It’s worth noting that Dashlane competitor LastPass also supports YubiKeys, but you have to be a paying user to be able to use this feature and LastPass uses the older OTP protocol. Dashlane, on the other hand, allows both free and paying users…