Dropbox is one of the most popular cloud storage services available on the Internet. Even though I don’t use it personally, I know a lot of you guys do. But some of you might not be aware of the recently introduced two-step verification safety measure on Dropbox. It’s still in testing mode but if you have some very important files stored on your account, you can use this method to protect your Dropbox account from hackers.
Two-step verification is not really a new thing for Internet users as it’s already available on a lot of popular websites like Facebook and Google. It is a very useful security measure that can be used to protect your profile, identity, and valuable files from hackers. Basically this adds a second floor of protection to your password by allowing you to personally verify your identity with a code that hackers can’t get a hold of.
Now lets find out how to enable this safety measure on Dropbox.
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