- Adobe (ADBE) has become the latest victim of a cyber-attack, with hackers gaining access to the encrypted credit card information of 2.9M customers.
- The infiltrators also obtained passwords and other data, although there's no indication that the attackers took unencrypted credit card numbers.
- They did steal the source code of some of Adobe's most widely used products.
- Adobe has been investigating the breach since since September 17. (Adobe blog post)
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