Dropbox confirms data leak
Source: H Security - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Hacks/Cracks Cloud storage service provider Dropbox has acknowledged that a file containing private customer data was stolen from the Dropbox account of one of the company's employees and that the information was subsequently used to send out spam messages to users. In mid-July, a number of Dropbox users complained that they were receiving spam at email addresses used exclusively to sign into the storage service. As it turns out, this was no coincidence according to Dropbox, an unspecified number of customer email addresses were contained in a "project document" stored in an employee's Dropbox account.

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