Dashlane is a good product when it works. However, you have an issue that requires support Dashlane become a "Buer be ware" product. I contacted support on 11/18 with a very critical issue: Why is Dashlane changing what I enter? For some reason your programmers have decided that a ">" translates to "&gt;" I first saw this in the title of a note that I created in 1Password which in turn was copied to LastPass (correctly) and subsequently transferred to Dashlane (mutilated as shown). I changed the note title and didn't give it another thought. This morning I attempted to log into a web site and received a message that my password was incorrect. I looked at the password in Dashlane and compared it to what was in 1Password - this is what I saw - 1Password: kYN>h - Dashlane: kYN&gt;h. I expected that I would be able to copy the correct password into Dashlane and all would be alright. After copying the password, I once again attempted to log into the website and again I received the message that my password was incorrect. I reviewed the password in Dashlane and discovered that the password was once again mutilated. THIS IS A SITUATION THAT IS COMPLETELY UNACCEPTABLE AND COMPLETELY INEXCUSABLE. HOW DID A GLARING ERROR SUCH AS THIS EVER MAKE IT PAST YOUR PROGRAMMERS. I have reported other issues that remain unresolved with absolutely no contact from support, but this issue needs to be rectified immediately. This makeS your software totally unreliable and totally unusable.