Hack attack: 2.9 million Adobe customers affected
If you're an Adobe user, you should probably change your password(s).
Last Thursday, hackers accessed personal data to almost three million Adobe customers. Chief security officer Brad Arkin published a blog post entailing the details.
Among the hack sesh was data removal, including that of encrypted credit and debit card number information.
Adobe is working to notify customers who've been victims of this attack, and resetting passwords to prevent the incident from happening again.
The attack was not only focused on customers, but also on the services. Source codes for many (pricey) Adobe products were stolen, too.
"We're working diligently internally, as well as with external partners and law enforcement, to address the incident," said Arkin.
How often do you use websites and leave your bank information saved, believing it is secure?