Adobe announced today that hackers had breached their corporate network and that 2.9 million customer accounts were compromised, including customer account, address, and order information and encrypted credit card data.
Adobe said "we do not believe the attackers removed decrypted credit or debit card numbers from our systems." They have decrypted credit card info on their systems?
Anyway, what could be even more troubling for Adobe is that the hackers were able to access source code for their products. No telling what mischief this could lead to, such as trade secret theft or knock off products or exploiting even more security holes in their software.
Anyway, they say affected customers will be notified. I'm waiting for an email.
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