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  1. Dropbox 89.4.278 Dropbox is a storage application and service which enables users to store and sync files online and between computers. Dropbox has a cross-platform client (Windows, Mac, Linux and even Android) that enables users to drop any file into a Dropbox folder that is then synced to the web and the users' other computers with the Dropbox client. Files in the Dropbox folder may then be shared with other Dropbox users or accessed from the web. Users may also upload files manually through a web browser. A free Dropbox account offers 2 GB of storage. Download for Windows: https://clientupdates.dropboxstatic.com/dbx-releng/client/Dropbox%2089.4.278%20Offline%20Installer.exe OR https://www.dropbox.com/downloading?build=89.4.278&plat=win&type=full Download Page: https://www.dropboxforum.com/t5/Desktop-client-builds/Stable-Build-89-4-278/td-p/391553
  2. Dropbox 88.4.172 Dropbox is a storage application and service which enables users to store and sync files online and between computers. Dropbox has a cross-platform client (Windows, Mac, Linux and even Android) that enables users to drop any file into a Dropbox folder that is then synced to the web and the users' other computers with the Dropbox client. Files in the Dropbox folder may then be shared with other Dropbox users or accessed from the web. Users may also upload files manually through a web browser. A free Dropbox account offers 2 GB of storage. Download for Windows: https://clientupdates.dropboxstatic.com/dbx-releng/client/Dropbox%2088.4.172%20Offline%20Installer.exe OR https://www.dropbox.com/downloading?build=88.4.172&plat=win&type=full Download Page: https://www.dropboxforum.com/t5/Desktop-client-builds/Stable-Build-88-4-172/td-p/388067
  3. Dropbox 90.4.307 Dropbox is a storage application and service which enables users to store and sync files online and between computers. Dropbox has a cross-platform client (Windows, Mac, Linux and even Android) that enables users to drop any file into a Dropbox folder that is then synced to the web and the users' other computers with the Dropbox client. Files in the Dropbox folder may then be shared with other Dropbox users or accessed from the web. Users may also upload files manually through a web browser. A free Dropbox account offers 2 GB of storage. Download Page: https://www.dropboxforum.com/t5/Desktop-client-builds/Stable-Build-90-4-307/td-p/394759 Download for Windows: https://clientupdates.dropboxstatic.com/dbx-releng/client/Dropbox 90.4.307 Offline Installer.exe OR https://www.dropbox.com/downloading?build=90.4.307&plat=win&type=full Changelog: Fixed a rare issue where users' files wouldn't sync down until they paused/unpaused or restarted. Removed the need for users to unlink/relink when enabling the zero logical size placeholders sync preference on mac. Added additional guidance to help reply to comments on Google Doc, Sheet, and Slides files. Fixed accessibility issues with the sharing modal's member list both a) making the screenreader read out the information in the member list, and b) making the rows and columns counts listed in the member list accurate. Fixed security issue in DropboxUpdate
  4. Dropbox for Windows has an unfixed Zero-day vulnerability Researchers from security company Decoder have revealed a zero-day vulnerability in the Dropbox for Windows app. The vulnerability is in the DropboxUpdater service for the software and is a local privilege escalation vulnerability which would allow attackers to overwrite files in the System directory. Once compromised the researchers were able to get a command-line shell with SYSTEM privileges. The team had informed Dropbox of the vulnerability in September but after 90 days the company has yet to fix the issue. In a statement Dropbox confirmed: “We learned of this issue through our bug bounty program and will be rolling out a fix in the coming weeks,” a Dropbox spokesperson says, “this bug can only be leveraged in limited circumstances, and we haven’t received any reports of this vulnerability impacting our users.” The attack also requires a local user, but could easily be used as part of a chain attack. Read more about the attack at BleepingComputer here. Source: Dropbox for Windows has an unfixed Zero-day vulnerability (MSPoweruser)
  5. Dropbox is replacing their Windows 10 UWP app with a new app based on Electron. Dropbox notes: It’s the Dropbox you know and love, but better. It’s a single workspace to organize your content, connect your tools, and bring everyone together, wherever you are. Dropbox explains the new features as below: Bring your content together Building on our history of helping organize your content, the new Dropbox brings cloud content together with traditional files so you can keep it all in one place. Now you can: Create, access, and share cloud content like Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides and Microsoft Office files within Dropbox. You can also choose to open Microsoft Office files in Office Online or the Google web editor. Create and store shortcuts to any website alongside your content in Dropbox. Shortcuts make it easy to keep content from online project management and productivity tools—even news articles and wiki pages—together with the rest of your work in Dropbox. Use one search box, not 10, to search across all of your content. You’ll see traditional files, cloud content, shortcuts, and files you’ve chosen not to download through our selective sync feature—all in one place. And don’t worry—you can still organize all your work from the Dropbox folder in Windows File Explorer and macOS Finder. Bring your tools together Bringing all of your content together is just the start. We’re also making sure the apps you use throughout the day are an integral part of this new workspace. Building on our existing integrations with tools from companies like Salesforce, Adobe, and Autodesk, we’re introducing three new integrations. They’ll work seamlessly with Dropbox to help bring your content into context: Collaborate with Slack. The new Dropbox and Slack integration helps bridge the gap between content and communication, letting you collaborate seamlessly on shared content. You’ll be able to start Slack conversations and share content to Slack channels directly from Dropbox. Video conference with Zoom. By connecting Zoom and your calendar to Dropbox, you can now bring your work into video conferences. From Dropbox, you’ll be able to add and join Zoom Meetings. And during Zoom Meetings, you’ll be able to share files from your Dropbox. Manage projects with Atlassian. Coming soon, enhanced integrations that we’re building with Atlassian will help teams more effectively manage their projects and content. Bring everyone together It isn’t just about content and tools. The heart of all that work is the people making it happen, so we’ve also built new features to help your team stay in sync. We’ve transformed shared folders into rich workspaces where teams can: Get coordinated by adding descriptions to folders to help the team understand more about the work they’re doing. Key content can be highlighted by pinning it to the top of a workspace, and you can even @mention people and assign to-dos so everyone knows what happens next. Gain visibility into the latest progress on shared work. The new Dropbox lets you see file activity—including viewer info and team collaboration on Dropbox content in Slack and Zoom—and keep tabs with a new team activity feed. Share feedback by creating comments right alongside your content, across desktop, web, and mobile. The new app is available via Dropbox’s Early Access program, which any user can opt in to. At the same time Dropbox has renamed their UWP app to Dropbox in SMode, noting in the description; Dropbox for Windows 10 in S mode makes it easy to share large files with anyone, even if they don’t have a Dropbox account. Famed Windows developer Rudy Huyn is also the official developer of the Dropbox app and a major proponent of UWP, but the difference between the capabilities of the new and old apps is very clear. As the owner of Electron Microsoft, of course, wins in both cases, but as WalkingCat notes, UWP is about as alive as Windows 10 in S-Mode, and it may be time for even the naysayers (who have launched a UWP PR campaign recently) to admit this too. Read more about the new DropBox app here. Source
  6. Support for ZFS, eCryptFS, xfs and BTRFS is back. Dropbox has walked back its November 2018 decision to stop working with filesystems popular among Linux users. That decision saw the sync ‘n’ share giant decide not to support “uncommon” filesystems, leaving it happy to work with just NTFS for Windows, HFS+ or APFS for Mac and Ext4 for Linux. Developers and Linux users were not happy. But their frowns can now turn upside-down, as a support note for the forthcoming Dropbox version 77 client update published today says it will “add support for ZFS (on 64-bit systems only), eCryptFS, XFS(on 64-bit systems only), and Btrfs filesystems in Linux.” The post doesn’t explain Dropbox’s reasons for the change, but it’s not hard to guess its reasons. Dropbox’s ambition is to have integrations with its platform become part of enterprise workflows. Doing that means offering tools that developers favour. And as the majority of servers now run Linux, that means supporting file systems common among Linux users. Source
  7. Dropbox is working on a new Windows 10 app A new Windows 10 app for the Dropbox cloud storage service has been discovered in the Microsoft Store. The app lets you keep your files synchronized, make a PC backup, keep track of all your account activities and much more. The app appears to be the same as the one which can be downloaded directly from Dropbox, but now available in the Store, but requires Windows 10 Build 20197 or higher, so is currently only available to Insiders. However according to the description, this is currently a private beta release, and the company may be working on further developments to the apps: Dropbox brings your cloud content and traditional files together with the tools you love—so you can be organized, stay focused, and get in sync with your team. With all your files organized in one central place, you can safely sync them across all your devices and access them anytime, anywhere. Please note this is a private beta release. Stay tuned for open beta. via WalkingCat, WBI Dropbox is working on a new Windows 10 app
  8. As you can see, the service/app Readmill will shutdown, this makes me and others book lovers very sad because there isn't any other service/app that can compete with this amazing service! iBooks, Marvin, Aldiko, Bluefire? All lame compared to Readmill. We are orphans now! Anyone knows a good service, now that Dropbox KILLED Readmill?
  9. Happy Early Build day Wednesday! New in 2.3.22 Fix small error in Finder Integration.More performance improvements.Other small fixes.New in 2.3.x Screenshot to DropboxMove to DropboxImport from iPhotoMavericks Support!Much faster upload/download speeds for large filesNotes: Screenshot to Dropbox is only supported on Windows and Mac. To trigger it just take a screenshot using Print Screen on Windows or on Mac see here Move to Dropbox is a context menu item that will show up for most files or folders outside of your Dropbox. Import from iPhoto is only supported on Mac with iPhoto 7.0 or higher. It will show up as a notification in your tray menu if you have photos in your iPhoto library. Your photos events will be imported into a folder called "Photos from iPhoto" with subfolders folders by event. Download: Windows: https://dl-web.dropbox.com/u/17/Dropbox%202.3.22.exe Mac OS X: https://dl-web.dropbox.com/u/17/Dropbox%202.3.22.dmg Linux x86_64: https://dl-web.dropbox.com/u/17/dropbox-lnx.x86_64-2.3.22.tar.gz Linux x86: https://dl-web.dropbox.com/u/17/dropbox-lnx.x86-2.3.22.tar.gz Auto-updating: 2.3.x users
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