I just saw +Lifehacker post their "What's the Best Password Manager?" post (http://lifehacker.com/whats-the-best-password-manager-1678121716) and one of the recommendations is +Dashlane. I personally use +LastPass but have always thought the Dashlane UI was gorgeous. Having said that, when I clicked the LifeHacker link for Dashlane it took me to the non-www version of their site and I was greeted with a SSL certificate error. You don't get it on the www version of their site; and yes I contacted them to give them a heads up about it. Still, that doesn't exactly leave me with a warm fuzzy feeling when it comes to a security related product.
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I'm currently work for IBM developing web enabled insurance applications for IBM and support and develop a non-profit called The LittleBigFund.
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Mark Mccurdy says
Do as I say not as I do.
Jim Armstrong says
Either they don't have #SSL certificate for their website or if they have SSL certificate for website then error causes to domain mismatch error while issuance of certificate.