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Intruders Pilfered Over 68 Million Passwords In 2012 Dropbox Breach
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lorraine89,
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9/22/2016 | 10:15:16 AM
Dropbox hack
It's just baffling to me that how come companies of such stature and size can become the victim of hacks, what bugs me is that end user is at risk all the time. Risk of information leak lingers over our heads. I use encryption mehtods, file folders password locking method, deploying VPN method, purevpn is the server I use to secure my connection and especially while carrying out banking and other financial transactions to keep my passwords and account secure. 
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RyanSepe,
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8/31/2016 | 7:58:46 PM
It would be good to work out or understand why Dropbox didn't put its hand up and admit the issue back in 2012.
Begs the question was dropbox aware of the security incident at the time or did they only start doing forensics work when the accounts were leaked?


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