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Adobe has confirmed that 2.9 million customers had private data including passwords and payment card information stolen “during a ‘sophisticated’ cyber-attack on its website,” BBC reports. The illegal access of a variety of products’ source code is also being investigated, the report states. “We deeply regret that this incident occurred," said Adobe CSO Brad Arkin, adding, “Based on our findings to date, we are not aware of any specific increased risk to customers as a result of this incident.” However, a security expert has told BBC, “Access to the source code could be very serious … if hackers manage to embed malicious code in official-looking software updates, they could potentially take control of millions of machines.”
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