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Adobe Hack Further Than Reported


The most recent cyber hacker attack on Adobe may have been worse then originally reported. Adobe is now claiming that the attack compromised more then 38 million usernames and encrypted passwords. The hackers were also able to access an undisclosed number of accounts that had been inactive for the last two years. The original report stated that 2.5 million accounts were compromised, but clearly that was a complete understatement. The popular program photoshop was also put into jeopardy because the hackers were able to obtain part of the source code for the program. Adobe representatives have assured that the accounts that were compromised have changed passwords. According to an Internet blogger source a PDF of all passwords and user information was uploaded to a hacker blog. That has since been taking down from the website. To read further click here!