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Hacked passwords and emails from 68 million Dropbox users are for sale on the dark web

Email and password data from 68 million Dropbox users could be yours for the low price of two bitcoin (or about $1,141). The data is for sale on a dark net website called TheRealDeal, The Washington Post reports.  The data comes from a 2012 security breach, and Dropbox has since reset all affected users’ passwords. … Continue reading “Hacked passwords and emails from 68 million Dropbox users are for sale on the dark web”

Email and password data from 68 million Dropbox users could be yours for the low price of two bitcoin (or about $1,141). The data is for sale on a dark net website called TheRealDeal, The Washington Post reports

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The data comes from a 2012 security breach, and Dropbox has since reset all affected users’ passwords. Moreover, the passwords for sale have been “obscured,” meaning they are probably useless unless they can be decrypted.

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