Regardless, I was impressed with what Dashlane's service could do. It was able to handle security questions and two-factor authentication issues with little to no trouble, and you could change multiple passwords at once. Things that, in my tests, LastPass' Auto-Password Change feature couldn't do.
Don't forget, however, that both features are currently in beta and may improve or add new features over time.
I'm a regular LastPass user and the robustness of Dashlane's Password Changer has me seriously thinking about changing services. The only drawback is that LastPass Premium costs just $12 per year, while Dashlane's premium option costs more than three times that, at $40 annually. Both services require a premium subscription to access your passwords across multiple devices.
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