Dropbox users claim email addresses leaked to spammers, company blames 2012 security breach



Too many cables
Supporting Founder
Sep 25, 2003
Norman, OK
Any data compromised is now sold to the highest bidder...

I have unique emails (a yahoo service) for many places I am registered. I like it so that if it starts to get spam I can just change the email in one place and drop the old email.
John Kotches

John Kotches

SatelliteGuys Master
Supporting Founder
Nov 21, 2003
Troy, IL (STL Area)
Solid anti-abuse systems would mean little gets through.

Anyone that works with a mail platform of any significant size will tell you that the vast majority of the messages coming in is spam. The anti-abuse layer should keep very nearly all of it out of the mailboxes.

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