I've just been told that my password used for dropbox has been compromised and I need to verify that no one other than me has connected to my account. For this I'd need a list of all log-ins to my account, do you know where I can find it?
I'm afraid you cant - that data is not stored.
You can however, see logged in devices and web sessions at https://www.dropbox.com/account/security
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Thanks a lot Mark!
That's completely crazy that this data is not stored, I'm going to suppress my account right now then.
Hi @Jay, the password was indicated compromised by google Chrome.
The problem is I can't see the history of connections to my account, for instance the ones I've done this afternoon, so since I've not used Dropbox for the past month and the security breach is recent I could check whether there has been a connection in the last month or not. If it was the case I would react to protect the data stored in dropbox.
Do you see?
thanks a lot for your swift answer! I've changed the password right away last week so no worries.
When Chrome warns that the password saved for a website has been compromised, it says that this password has been seen in data breaches reports online: https://www.wired.com/story/chrome-password-popups/
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