For some time now, Dropbox customers were complaining that their emails get transferred to spam lists. They were indicating towards loop holes in the service provider’s security systems. However, Dropbox was quick in assuring that it would make changes in its security systems.
Initially, they did introduce some changes in the security systems and now they have introduced a two step authentication system to strengthen its security system. Officials were of the view that when one will log in through the system then they will see a URL, which when clicked will take them to a site, which would ask them an option for switching to authentication system.
On choosing the same, one would need to enter their mobile phone number and a security code will be sent on their phones. This code will be needed to enter every time when one has to log in the system.
It shall be noted that people having BlackBerry and Apple devices can get their codes generated using Amazon AWS MFA applications. Officials further notified that users will also be provided with 16 digit code, which is needed to be saved. The code will be needed at the time when one wants to dissolve the two-step security system.
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