If you get an e-mail from someone you know (or maybe don't know) with a heading that tells you they have sent you something from Dropbox, delete it! The e-mail requires you to enter your name and password to access the document with the aim of getting your account 'keys' - your username and password.
1.This is a phishing scam designed to get your password details. 2. Never hand over password account details to open documents.
3. Always log in to an account through your browser. e.g. www.gmail.com, never through an e-mail that is offering you access.
4. If you have mistakenly handed over account names and password details, change your password ASAP.
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