Dropbox Beta Adds Step 2 Verification

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Dropbox is now focusing on security as they have added new feature known as step 2 verification. To make their accounts more safer and secure they today revealed Google like step 2 verification. Many people around the Globe use Dropbox service for different purposes. Step 2 verification will add another layer of security. No if someone even knows your password he can’t access your account unless its used from trusted computers or special keys which will be provided. Here uts described by Dropbox:

“Two-step verification is an optional but highly recommended security feature that adds an extra layer of protection to your Dropbox account, Once enabled, Dropbox will require a six-digit security code in addition to your password whenever you sign in to Dropbox or link a new computer, phone, or tablet.”

To get started with 2-step verification on Dropbox, you will need to download the latest beta. Once downloaded, you will then need to activate 2-step authentication by visiting this link.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. It’s nice to see
    that leading companies in their respective verticals are giving users the
    perfect balance between security and user experience by implementing 2FA which
    allows us to telesign into our accounts. I know some will claim this make
    things more complicated, but the slight inconvenience each time you log in is
    worth the confidence of knowing your info is secure. I’m hoping that more companies start to offer
    this awesome functionality. This should be a prerequisite to any system that
    wants to promote itself as being secure.

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