You can change your password on the account settings page of your Dropbox account. Be sure to use a strong password that you don't use for any other service.
Learn more about choosing a strong password.
Two-step verification is a highly effective way to protect your account from unauthorized access. When you sign in to Dropbox, you'll be required to enter the code sent to your phone or a mobile authenticator app.
Learn how to set up two-step verification.
A computer's or mobile device's last known IP address is recorded when Dropbox connects to the internet on that device. The IP address can be used to identify the approximate geographical location where the device connected through an internet service provider.
You can view this information on the Security tab in your account settings. Roll your mouse over the "i" icon to see the last IP address that was recorded. We currently show the country of the last known IP address, but you can use any IP address lookup service for more detailed information.
You can sign out of devices, web sessions, and apps remotely. This will help prevent unauthorized changes to your account.
Learn how to sign out of devices, web sessions, and apps remotely.
If you’re a Dropbox user on the Plus, Family, Professional, or Business plans, you can remotely delete Dropbox files from a device when you sign out of a device remotely.
Learn how to remote wipe Dropbox files from a device.
Dropbox Business team admins can sign in to the accounts of team members using the Sign in as user feature to do the following: