The online file hosting and storage giant is facing yet another problem when it was recently discovered that their 68 million stolen accounts are now up for sale on Dark Web.
On August 31st, an unknown cyber attack left Dropbox in shock when around 68 million account credentials were stolen from their network. The hack took away login email addresses as well as encrypted passwords. The breach was first happened on 2012 but it came to light just recently.
The hacked data has already been exposed on many hacking sites like Hacked-DB, HavelBeenPwned and LeakedSource.
Read more details https://www.hackread.com/dropbox-data-goes-dark-web/
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