Researchers say Dropbox is vulnerable

08/29/2013 | ComputerWeekly.com (U.K.)

Two security researchers say they were able to hack the cloud-based Dropbox service and access the files of users. "The Dropbox internal client API does not support or use two-factor authentication. This implies that it is sufficient to have only the host_id value to gain access to the target's data stored in Dropbox," they wrote in a research paper. In a statement, Dropbox denied that it has such a vulnerability.

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