How to See If Your Dropbox Account Was Hacked — TIME
If you are using Dropbox to save your documents, you need to visit the website and change your password right away. Your account might be circulating in the dark web.
Dropbox recently reset many of its users passwords due to a data breach that took place back in 2012. However, the scale of that breach has only now become apparent. According to Motherboard, the details for a whopping 68,680,741 accounts were stolen. These details included email address and hashed (protected) passwords. Because of the date…
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