Dropbox and Intel work together to protect your data

We’re always looking for new and innovative ways to simplify and strengthen security. In addition to continuous infrastructure enhancements, we’ve created a number of tools to help users and teams better protect their information on Dropbox. That includes support for cutting edge technologies like Universal 2nd Factor (U2F) security keys, which we rolled out in 2015. Today, we’re excited to announce that we’ll be teaming up with Intel this year to bring built-in U2F support to Dropbox users on 7th Generation Core processors.

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Resetting passwords to keep your files safe

Since our original post, there have been many reports about the exposure of 68 million Dropbox credentials from 2012. The list of email addresses with hashed and salted passwords is real, however we have no indication that Dropbox user accounts have been improperly accessed. We’re very sorry this happened and would like to clear up what’s going on.

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A look behind the scenes at how we kept your data safe in 2014

Keeping your information safe and secure is a top priority for us at Dropbox, and we think it’s important to keep you informed about how we do that. So while we share all of our big security updates with you as they happen, we know some folks want an even closer look. That’s why we put together this PDF, so you can dig even deeper into our work to protect your stuff in 2014.

We value the confidence you’ve put in us and take the responsibility of protecting your information very seriously.

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