Chief security officer at the computer software company,
Arkin further revealed that the attackers removed information including customer names, encrypted credit or debit card numbers, expiration dates, and other information relating to customer orders, but did not believe if they removed decrypted credit or debit card numbers from its systems, The Guardian reports.
Adobe has reset passwords on customers' accounts and recommended that customers change their passwords on any other website where they used the same code.
The company has also alerted federal law enforcement and said that it would give affected customers the option of enrolling in a one-year complimentary credit monitoring membership.
Adobe said that there had also been an illegal access of its source code for Adobe Acrobat, ColdFusion and other software, adding that it was not aware of any specific increased risk to customers as a result of the breach, the report added. (ANI)
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