Dashlane is a password manager app and secure digital wallet that provides solutions to the problem of password fatigue. The app is available on Mac, PC, iOS and Android, and described by the New York Times as "one of the best". The apps premium feature enables users to securely sync their data between an unlimited number of devices on all platforms. Dashlane was co-founded in 2011 by former Business Objects CEO Bernard Liautaud, Jean Guillou, Guillaume Maron, and Alexis Fogel. The company is headquartered in New York City and has received $30 million in venture funding from FirstMark Capital, Rho Ventures, Bessemer Venture Partners, and Bernard Liautaud. Dashlane protects passwords by storing them locally using AES-256 encryption, and users can only access their account information by using a single master password that is never recorded or transmitted. The app has a fully featured digital wallet that can aggregate credit cards, bank accounts, IDs and other personal information, as well as automatically fill that information for users during online experiences like check-out. Other security features offered within Dashlane include automatic password generation, a security dashboard and security breach alerts. Dashlane operates on a freemium business model and its Premium account holders are able to backup their data and sync it across unlimited devices. The company also publishes a quarterly Security Roundup that analyzes password security policies of the most visited websites. The companys CEO, Emmanuel Schalit, gained notoriety in the tech world after getting a tattoo when the company reached 1 million users. The New York Times extensively reviewed Dashlane, describing it as "one of the best", though "not perfect", concluding "complaining more than briefly about Dashlane’s drawbacks is like grumbling about the taxes when you win the lottery. It saves you infinite time and hassle, it’s (mostly) free."