Dropbox Protocol

Protocol Description

Dropbox is a file hosting and storage service that is used to synchronize files across multiple computing devices. The Dropbox protocol - also called LAN Sync - allows computers on a local network to synchronize files across other computers instead using

ProTips

Most Dropbox traffic is still transferred over standard SSL connections, but you should still see the Dropbox LAN Sync protocol in use when the Dropbox app is active on a target system.

Known Ports

  • TCP 17500 - Dropbox LAN Sync.
  • UDP 17500 - Dropbox LAN Sync local network discovery.

Category

File Sharing

External Resources

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