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Proton Pass is a free alternative to Dashlane with no password limits

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Dashlane Password Manager announced(new window) it will impose a 25-password limit on free plans starting November 7, 2023. This essentially makes the product useless, as according to Dashlane’s own research(new window) the average American has about 300 online accounts. Those who don’t upgrade will not be able to generate or store new logins in Dashlane. 

But you can keep all your passwords and continue adding unlimited new logins with Proton Pass. You can export your Dashlane logins and import them to Proton with one click. It’s totally free and always will be.

And from now until October 31, 2023, our Proton Pass Plus plan is also free. Scroll down to learn more.

This offer has now expired, but Proton Pass Free never will. Switch to Proton Pass now.

Switch to a free, unlimited Dashlane alternative

Proton Pass is a free alternative to Dashlane that lets you store unlimited passwords, use unlimited devices, store end-to-end encrypted data, autofill items, and create up to 10 hide-my-email aliases. Pass will also offer password sharing with multiple people and multiple vaults on the free plan. These features make the Proton Pass Free plan the most generous free plan of any password manager.

If you’re switching from Dashlane or another password manager, you can import your logins to Proton Pass with one click

Proton Pass stores your passwords and other items with end-to-end encryption as part of Proton’s open-source, secure ecosystem trusted by over 100 million people around the world.

There are no arbitrary limits on essential privacy tools because Proton believes online privacy and security should be accessible to all, not just to those who can pay.

Special offer on Proton Pass Plus plans

To get extra features and support our social mission, our Proton Pass Plus plan offers additional benefits like unlimited hide-my-email aliases, integrated two-factor authentication, multiple vaults, and more.

Normally this plan is available starting from $3.99/month, but to assist Dashlane users in migrating, from now until the end of October 2023, we’re offering all new users 12 months of Proton Pass Plus for free using the special link below.

If you decide you don’t like it, you can switch back to our Proton Pass Free plan without losing any of your passwords or logins. 

We understand most people have more than 25 accounts and need to create and store secure passwords for all of them, so our Free plan will always allow unlimited passwords.

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Proton Pass is part of a secure ecosystem

Unlike other password managers, Proton Pass is part of a growing suite of privacy tools that help you take back control of your personal data. 

Founded in 2014 by scientists who met at CERN, we built Proton Mail as the first step in our mission to protect your online identity(new window) and your emails. Today, our Proton Mail, Proton Calendar, Proton Drive, Proton VPN, and Proton Pass services protect the data of over 100 million people around the world, including activists and journalists who depend on Proton to resist the pressure of state surveillance.

Proton Pass is the next evolution of our journey — not just a password manager but an identity manager that helps you defend your digital ID against threats to your privacy from hackers, governments, and Big Tech. 

Our mission is to make the internet a better place where privacy and freedom are the default. You can join us and take the first step by switching to Proton Pass today.

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Son Nguyen(new window)

Son is the Founder of SimpleLogin, which he continues to work on, along with Proton Pass. Previously, he was the director of engineering at Workwell and CTO at Fitle. Son graduated from Ecole Polytechnique with an MSc in computer science and was a gold medalist at the International Mathematical Olympiad.

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