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You can see the real link under the “Verify my email” button in a few ways, like viewing the message in plain text (instead of the HTML commonly used to display links and graphics in email) in your desktop mail program. On a mobile device, press and hold the button or link — but do not tap it as you normally would — to reveal the hidden address. You can report the phishing messages by forwarding them to email@example.com.
Dropbox users have been frequent targets of scammers. The company’s support site has a guide to recognizing malware and phishing attempts, as well as instructions for enabling two-step verification for stronger account protection.