Users with STRONG PASSWORDS get more storage on DropBox and Google

Now this is a very positive shift towards a more safe environment on Google and DropBox. Google and the file storing service DropBox have decided to provide more storage to users which use a strong password.

This new feature would allow users to participate in a security test which guides the user to create and use a new and stronger password. Once the security test has been completed, the user will gain extra storage on his/her account.

Now let’s see, which companies will also follow this awesome trend. How about Kim Dotcom and his MEGA service? 😉

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  • Spursffs

    Well that’s easy for me. I use Qwertycards for all my passwords, should be sufficient enough!

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