Dropbox is a cloud space service that lets you save files and share them with whoever you want. With over 500 million active users, Dropbox is one of the most widely used cloud storage platforms worldwide.
The storage capacity it offers for free to registered users is 2 GB. However, saving files in the cloud usually contains users’ private information, so these types of accounts must always be secure, and there must be simple ways to verify that there is no problem around unwanted access to prevent data theft.
If you are already a Dropbox user or plan to be soon, continue reading this piece, and do not forget to follow the tips featured in this article to make Dropbox more secure.
Let’s cover some basics first, though.