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    Post Adobe security breach worse than originally thought

    This month’s security breach at Adobe is turning out to be much more widespread than the company first let on. At least 38 million users have been affected by the early October incident.

    When Adobe announced the breach on October 3, it said that attackers stole user names and encrypted passwords for an undisclosed numbers of users, along with encrypted
    credit or debit card numbers and expiration dates for 2.9 million customers. Krebs on Security now reports on the full extent of the attack, confirming the 38 million figure with Adobe...

    Full story available at the following link,
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    No Adobe here -- switched to Foxit long ago, then to Sumatra. The only Adobe I have is Flash. The article seems to point more at the purchased products, Photoshop, etc.

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