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Adobe Corporation has been Hacked.

From: Reuben G. M.
Sent on: Sunday, October 6, 2013 1:35 PM

Greetings Fellow Photoshop Enthusiast,

This message is to inform the masses that several news organizations are reporting that the Adobe Corporation has been hacked.  However, Adobe has not directly informed their clients and customers.  This cyber attack has obtain almost 3 MILLION Adobe customer's information including credit cards numbers, passwords, and any other personal data that is contain in their customer profile including addresses.

This effects anybody currently using Adobe's Creative Cloud services, especially any subscription based accounts where there is a monthly credit card transaction.  Also, if you had previously purchased software directly from Adobe, then you had to create an Adobe ID account.  Your information was stored on Adobe's servers.

We HIGHLY recommend that you change your passwords and possibly change any credit card information that you have may have stored within your Adobe ID profile.

Here are a few links regarding this news story...

Huffington Post:

Tech Crunch:


Fox News:


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