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How to remotely log out from Gmail and Dropbox [Tip]

Did you happen to use another device or computer to check on your Gmail and Dropbox? If yes, then you might as well consider learning how to remotely log out from these accounts or else, you might get exploited by those malicious online attackers.

Fortunately, there’s no need for you to remember any complex steps. You can remotely log out from Gmail and Dropbox just by following the instructions listed below.

Log out from Gmail

remotely log out from Gmail and Dropbox [1]

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Log out from Dropbox

remotely log out from Dropbox [3]

If you are unsure which session to end, it would be best to delete all of the sessions listed. Just remember that your current session will be placed on top so you already have a basic idea as to whether someone else has access to your Dropbox account.

If ever you notice some sessions that aren’t really related to yours (ex. a session that uses another IP address or browser), you can take some pre-emptive measures such as enabling your account’s two-factor authentication. It would also be best for you to change your account password.