password manager website called Dashwood.

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I saw an article recently regarding a password manager website called Dashwood. On the surface it had some really good features but it did occur to me that it must conflict with Trend Micro as it changes and saves all of your passwords automatically on a regular basis. Would anyone like to comment.
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kiwidad.bert

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Posted 10 months ago

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Tom Emmelot, Champion

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Hi kiwidad.bert

Welcome to TM Home users Community, a public site where volunteers try to help each-other , also there are TM Employees that can give answers. I am just a  volunteer.
If i Google on "Dashwood" i did not find 1 item connected to a password manager!!!
I should use the TM version!

Kind regards,
Tom
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Hello Tom Emmelot,

Thanks for checking this for us. 

Hello kiwidad.bert and welcome to the community! 

We also can't see the website for Dashwood. We would like to suggest to you to use our very own Password Manager instead. You can check the link below so you can learn more about the product.
Password Manager Support

Thank you and have a great day!

Trend Micro Home Users Community
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Sorry. It has been a long day . The correct name is Dashlane. They offer a system where your passwords are changed at regular intervals automatically in the background. Dashlane do all of your password logins which would seem to be exceedingly secure. However I can see that there could be problems. I am  totally happy with Trend Micro and I am not looking for an alternative. 
Best regards Bert Harris
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Hello kiwidad.bert,

No worries about that. As stated by my colleague, TM_Jabi, I highly recommend using our Password Manager application. It helps protect your passwords when logging in to different websites. In this way, we will be able to support you if ever you encounter problems with the program as well.

Thank you and have a great day!

Trend Micro Home Users Community

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