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Dashlane has that feature [0], though not for all sites of course. I haven't tried it out but I don't see why they couldn't have it working for say the 1000 most popular sites, which would cover at least half of my needs.


LastPass had a similar feature when I used it. It often broke and was overall unreliable, as all scrapers are wont to be. Worse - when it failed, you couldn't be sure at what point of the process it had done so, leaving your accounts potentially inaccessible.

That's a good point. I guess they should keep the new and the old password until you've successfully logged in with the new one.

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