Looks like Dropbox has finally realized the need to offer more security options to their users.
The company is one of the most popular cloud storage platform online today and it is important that their customers can trust their data stored on their servers.
Dropbox is requiring all users to change their account passwords. This is related to a recent server breach.
The company has also indicated that they are working on offering two-factor authentication as an optional security measure to their customers.
In addition, users would also get the ability to see the active connections to their accounts. This is similar to what Gmail already offers on their platform.