Will Dropbox start paying attention to their security?
pwarren 2 years ago
Earlier this week, Dropbox accidentally turned off password authentication for its 25 million users for a four-hour period. This, on the heels of an FCC investigation into whether their CEO lied when he told the media that Dropbox was encrypting users data, which we later learned they were not doing. What will it take for them to get serious about securing their operation?
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