Heads up, Creative Cloud users!
Last week, data from over 7 million Adobe Creative Cloud accounts were exposed to the public and anyone with a web browser could have accessed the information. The exposed information included email addresses, account creation date, and member ID, but did not include credit card information or passwords.
The exposure was originally investigated and reported by technology research company Comparitech along with security researcher Bob Diachenko. Adobe was notified on October 19th and the instance was also secured on that date, however, Diachenko estimates that the data was accessible for about a week. Adobe posted about the incident on their blog on October 25th.
At the time of this posting, Adobe has not yet provided a way to determine if your information has been accessed, but has posted a security update on the Adobe blog. The text is as follows:
Source: No Film School