Dropbox unveiled a laundry list of new features for its cloud storage platform today. The most exciting among these is the company’s foray into the world of security, with the launch of its own password manager. As the company’s Timothy Young told The Verge this week, not only do its customers use Dropbox for storing their passwords but also for sync their data on other password managers. So, the company decided to get in on the action itself.
Another security-oriented feature announced today is the Dropbox Vault, a pin-protected section of your Dropbox storage where you can store your most important documents. Alongside the pin protection, files stored in the Vault will be encrypted at every step of the process, from upload to their storage on the company’s servers to anytime you want to download them.
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