security1A massive email campaign exploited Dropbox as an online tool for phishing scam, according to Symantec. Although the huge email blast was immediately shut down, many users were still able to click on the email with ‘Important’ as title. Upon clicking on the email, it was eventually linked to a Dropbox-like server where the users were asked to enter their credentials. Hackers who are behind the phishing campaign were up to users Dropbox credentials where they can dig into other important information. The link looked genuine and was even able to copy several landing pages such as Microsoft’s OneDrive, Facebook and Google Docs. Source: Spam Fighter