A quick word about security. PLEASE READ THIS. Thanks.
Posted on 10th March 2009 by Alex Wright

Firstly, there's no cause for alarm. We're not aware of any security breach. But we do want to share a quick word with you all about online security in regards to your Dripbook accounts.

Dripbook makes every reasonable effort to protect your data on Dripbook. However, the internet, as you all know, is full of all kinds of people. So, to prevent any future breach of security on Dripbook, here are a few things to keep in mind.

1) We will never ask you for your password ever. Don't give us your password. While you're at it, don't ever give anyone your Dripbook password.

2) Treat your account on Dripbook with security in mind. Sign out when you're done with a session on Dripbook if you're using a public or shared computer. Don't share your login information. Change your password from time to time. You can do that in your Controls > Settings > Password.

3) If you ever see a page requesting your Dripbook login information and you suspect something is strange, STOP and contact us. We'll look into it. To date, the only approved application online that requests your Dripbook login information (for optional services) is our Facebook Application.

Thanks for your time. As the saying goes, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.

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