Adobe confirms huge security breach, source code, user accounts affected
Adobe Systems on Thursday announced via its blog that hackers have infiltrated the company's systems and have accessed both Adobe application source code and customer records. The breach affects 2.9 million user accounts and includes encrypted credit card information, according to Adobe Chief Security Officer Brad Arkin.
Adobe is resetting affected user account passwords, and is in the process of notifying customers who may have been affected. Those customers whose information was stolen will be eligible to enroll in a one-year complementary credit monitoring service. Banks associated with Adobe's payment processing system have also been notified.
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By Daryl Baxter