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    Not sure what's more disturbing that GETs can find their way out of your private dropbox account or that it's so unsecured this is actually happening to your .doc files. http://www.wncinfosec.com/dropbox-opening-my-docs/
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    Hm, he mentions libreoffice useragent... I have seen server-side {libre|open}office used in headless mode to generate HTML previews, so it can be benevolent, automatic process. But, to be honest, I don't know if Dropbox provides such previews at all, I trust no cloud storage provider myself
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    Quote Originally Posted by alanmorford View Post
    Not sure what's more disturbing that GETs can find their way out of your private dropbox account or that it's so unsecured this is actually happening to your .doc files. Dropbox…opening my docs? | wncinfosec
    Why is everyone freaking out over the NSA looking at their stuff? I don't care if they are looking at my docs. Why does it matter?
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    Quote Originally Posted by boovish View Post
    Why is everyone freaking out over the NSA looking at their stuff? I don't care if they are looking at my docs. Why does it matter?
    Two words: Legal Precedence

    But the problem is... They can try to use it for false grabs at pre-crime, or someone can use it for personal gain... I mean... Imagine if you did a few searches for things like pressure cookers, bottle rockets, and learning to fly an airplane. Or say you communicated with an international friend about a trip to the U.S., and your friend was a friend of a terrorist (maybe that you didn't know). Basically, you should just ask yourself, would you trust just anyone with your more personal information?

    No one should ever give up their personal liberties.

    Anyway... </politics>

    I wonder if this user uses some LibreOffice service? :/
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    Mystery solved.

    Opening and previewing documents within the browser | wncinfosec

    Still a privacy concern; but at least it wasn't malicious.
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    Well that's good to know I guess. I mean it's still being opened...
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