Dropbox adds mobile prompts for two-step authentication, here is how they work

Dropbox has just improved its service to prevent users from being locked out of their accounts while they’re on the move. The two-step verification feature is a double-edged sword for many consumers, who sometimes face challenges when they make use of this extra layer of security.

For example, there are times that network coverage is not good enough to allow you to receive text messages so that you can log in to your Dropbox account using two-step verification. This is especially troublesome if you don’t keep track of emergency backup codes provided to you by Dropbox, …

from PhoneArena – News http://ift.tt/2uyrMMp


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