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Submission + - Dropbox adds two-factor authentication (

angry tapir writes: "File-sharing service Dropbox is now offering two-factor authentication, a system that makes it much harder for hackers to capture valid credentials for a person's account. Dropbox, one of the most widely used web-based storage services, said last month it planned on introducing two-factor authentication after user names and passwords were stolen from another website and used to access accounts."
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Dropbox adds two-factor authentication

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