8 Things We Know So Far About Adobe’s Customer Data Breach


Hello again friends, welcome back to the show that never ends: another massive corporate data raid, millions more user accounts and login credentials and payment details potentially compromised, and top secret source code on the loose.

Welcome to the club, Adobe! You probably know Bank of America, Heartland Payment Systems, Epsilon, Sony, Valve, the U.S. government, the Canadian government, PayPal, the Iranian government, Foxconn, Farmers Insurance, MasterCard and all the rest whose names I haven’t memorized yet. Just have a seat on the floor, because we’re out of chairs.

We’re early days into this latest hacker debacle — Adobe just confirmed the breach on Wednesday — but if you want the CliffsNotes version of what happened and where things stand, here’s the concise explainer:

Hackers broke into Adobe Systems, Inc. and accessed source code and user data.

Brian Krebs of cybersecurity blog Krebs on Security, working with security firm

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