Dropbox.com is a domain within the top level domain com. The domain was registered on , and thus is old. According to Alexa dropbox.com has a global traffic rank of 86 based on pageviews and visits within the past month. The website google.com.ar is ranked higher, and adobe.com ranks lower than dropbox.com.
IP Addresses and Server Locations
dropbox.com resolves to 18.104.22.168. According to our data this IP address belongs to Dropbox and is located in San Francisco, California, United States. Please have a look at the information provided below for further details.
|Location||San Francisco 94107, California (CA), United States (US)|
|Latitude||37.7697 / 37°46′10″ N|
|Longitude||-122.3933 / 122°23′35″ W|
DNS Resource Records
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WHOIS data for Dropbox.com
|Status||clientDeleteProhibited, clientTransferProhibited, clientUpdateProhibited, serverDeleteProhibited, serverTransferProhibited, serverUpdateProhibited|
|Nameservers||ns-1162.awsdns-17.org, ns-564.awsdns-06.net, ns-1949.awsdns-51.co.uk, ns-315.awsdns-39.com|
|Response Code||200 OK|
|Website Description||Share, sync, and collaborate on files securely with Dropbox Business, a file sharing and cloud storage solution that employees love and IT admins trust.|
|Website Keywords||online storage, free storage, file sharing, share files, awesome, cloud storage, online backup, cross platform, sync, sharing, mac, windows, os x, linux, backup, collaboration, file versioning, file revisions, remote access, undelete|
Subdomains for Dropbox.com
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