Dropbox hacked, 7 million username & passwords released

Kenny Withers

I am a blogger, strategist and speaker who works with companies to optimize their online personal and company presence, brand, internet marketing and social media marketing. This blog covers topics related to Social Media, Digital Marketing, Blogging, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Search Engine Marketing (SEM), Brand Marketing, and Content Marketing.

7 Responses

  1. Gordon Varney says:

    I always thought of Dropbox as a secure solution. This will make me think twice about what I put in the cloud.

  2. Kennith Poling says:

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  4. Andy Tejeda says:

    You can be diligent about protecting your data, but once it’s on a cloud server it might not be safe.

  5. Carla Soukef says:

    Great site, i like it… greetings.

  6. Kristy Paxson says:

    You must make sure that you use the best service if you want your information to remain private.

  1. November 14, 2014

    Thanks for the valuable information.