Dropbox is not as secure, as they Claims

Looks like Dropbox users’ information security and encryption for its services have been betrayed, to give them momentum. The FTC brought an action against Dropbox to tell you that user files are encrypted and completely drop box folder that people could not see the file’s contents. Unlike Drop Box, “said Christopher Sohoian show the student the information published in that last month could drop if you want to see the contents of the files, which users at risk the government investigated, curious Dropbox workers and
businesses that the people of copyright infringement issues Slam.

Unfortunately, Dropbox has already Sohoian worked for one year, the FTC, claiming that Dropbox is and continues to make misleading to consumers in relation to encrypted data, which is deceptive trade practice that can examine the FTC. Dropbox he responded by saying that it is a false argument to believe and argue that they encrypt all user data.

Just last month, it revised the drop box folder “All files are encrypted before being stored in the Dropbox servers (AES-256) and can access the account without a password.” argument, “All files are stored in encrypted servers Dropbox (AES 256).” Dropbox Supan said that employees can not access the files, even though they really are the key to doing. The company added that, with few exceptions, they can store personal information cloud of Legal Affairs. How do you want to use your personal information against you in a cloud? So what does Sohoian? It asked the FTC to force the drop box folder for further clarification on their website for all users to drop the box and tell them that they can access their data and provide support for “pro” users.

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