Dropbox has announced that starting on November 7th 2018, only the ext4 filesystem will be supported in Linux for synchronizing folders in the Dropbox desktop app. Those Linux users who have synch on other filesystems such as XFS, ext2, ext3, ZFS, and many others will no longer have working Dropbox synchronization after this date.
A jury trial found a former engineer at a Navy contractor guilty of stealing trade secrets regarding Navy projects by uploading the files to his personal Dropbox account.
Summer vacation is over! During the past week, security researchers have discovered several distribution campaigns pushing the Locky ransomware via different methods, including a new variant that features one hell of a clever trick.
A well-organized cyber-espionage group is infecting computers at selected targets in Ukraine, turning on their microphone to record nearby audio, stealing documents, and storing exfiltrated data inside Dropbox accounts, according to security firm CyberX, who recently came across the malware used in these attacks.
Dropbox engineers have fixed what appears to be a very ancient bug that during the past two weeks has resurfaced previously deleted folders for several Dropbox users.