For this, you have to make changes in the registry.
Go to "start-run" and enter "regedit" and click "ok". Check the dword value for value name "noupdatecheck".
If you often go to a website that contains many fields or forms and do not want Dashlane to automatically fill these fields with your data, we added a feature to disable Dashlane on any page or site you want. : This is for the browser extension in Chrome, Firefox and Safari only.
This feature is not yet available for Internet Explorer.
However, we experienced limited success with this method.
If this technique doesn't work for you, we suggest downloading the add-on Flash Block.
To get the updated Active X control Security Note: If you don’t fully trust a site, you shouldn’t allow it to load an outdated Active X control.
It’s very important that you keep your Active X controls up-to-date because malicious software (or malware) can target security flaws in outdated controls, damaging your computer by collecting info from it, installing unwanted software, or by letting someone else control it remotely.
This will prevent Dashlane from offering you to automatically fill in your personal info (name, phone number, address, email…) but you will still be able to log in to the website automatically.
To disable autofill: If Dashlane autofill is disabled on an entire website, it will not be enabled on any webpage of this website.
To re-enable autofill option, simply choose Fill forms and login info.
Remember to choose this option for both This page only or This entire website to get Dashlane to fill your personal data again.