Dropbox Database hacked 68 Million Account password stolen by Hackers

Dropbox hacked & leaked

if you are using Dropbox you should change your password now for your own security

This year has been the dark year for the social media & cloud services, many major social media accounts like 427 Million MySpace passwords on the dark web; in May 2016, 117 million LinkedIn and 33 million Twitter login credentials and were listed on a dark web marketplace for sale.

Dropbox has released major password change notification for all the users who have not changed their password since 2012. As per Dropbox its related to the security incident happened in 2012.

“As per the Dropbox security team highlighted in 2012, many users were using the same password as their other websites which is a threat to security

They even tried to connect the users and asked to change the passwords.

Reports suggest that the hackers accessed and stole more than 60 million account details in the previous data breach. This was not an ordinary or halfhearted breach at all because it was a properly devised, designed and implemented hack attack.

The founder of “Have I Been Pwned? (HIBP)” Troy Hunt explains that it was not just a fraction of data that got hacked but “proper hacked to the tune of 68 million records.”

Dropbox hacked database

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