Here is the latest report that cloud storage company, Dropbox announced that they’re going to add two anothersteps for verification of users account and it will be helps them to protect their account and files from online hacking and other unwanted activities.
Company said “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 enable two-step verification, sign into the Dropbox website, and click the “Security” tab in the drop-down menu under your name. Under the “Account sign in” section, next to “Two-step verification,” toggle “change.”
You’ll then be asked to re-enter your password to confirm your decision to enable two-step verification; once this is done, you can choose to get your security code either by text or from a mobile app.