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Dropbox account passwords posted online

A document posted on pastebin earlier contains 400 Dropbox usernames and passwords, which the poster claims are just a tiny fraction of a massive hack that compromises up to 7 million accounts. The poster has been asking for Bitcoin donations in exchange for more accounts, and by the looks of it, he got enough money, at least, to post another batch of log-in credentials within the same day. At the moment, it's still unclear how the hacker(s) got a hold of the usernames and passwords, but the cloud service told Engadget that Dropbox itself has not been hacked.

A message annotated at the top of the leaks said:
Here is another batch of Hacked Dropbox accounts from the massive hack of 7,000,000 accounts
To see plenty more, just search on [redacted] for the term Dropbox hack.
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Rohit Rathore

Rohit Rathore is an Internet Marketing Manager, Seo Expert and working on various projects. He is passionate about Blogging, Latest Technology, Latest Trends In Seo and usually blogs on SEO, SEM, Social Media, WordPress and Web Design.

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