Adobe has just announced some pretty important information, revealing that their servers have been the victim of a massive hack, revealing information of 2.9 million customers to the hacker, which has been said to include names, customer orders and encrypted credit and debit card numbers.

Adobe said that they don’t believe the hackers had access to decrypted credit or debit card numbers, stating that  “We’re working diligently internally, as well as with external partners and law enforcement, to address the incident.”

Source codes for a number of Adobe products that includes Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, After Effects, and several mobile apps.

Adobe have said that any customer who may have had their encrypted payment information taken, will be getting one-year complimentary credit monitoring membership, which they will be notified of by Adobe with steps to help you protect your details.

However Adobe have taken their own steps after the hack:

“As a precaution, we are resetting relevant customer passwords to help prevent unauthorized access to Adobe ID accounts,” the company wrote on its blog. “If your user ID and password were involved, you will receive an email notification from us with information on how to change your password.”

Source: Adobe Blog

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