Adobe Inc. exposed the data of 7.5 million of its creative-software customers, a person familiar with the matter said, in the latest example of a company leaving consumer information visible on the internet.Adobe addressed the vulnerability the same day it was discovered, Oct. 19, said the person, who asked not to be identified discussing the breach. The San Jose, California-based software maker said it shut off public access to a database of customer email addresses last week, according to a blog post Friday.“This issue was not connected to, nor did it affect, the operation of any Adobe core products or services,” the company said in the post. “We are reviewing our development processes to help prevent a similar issue occurring in the future.”https://www.financialexpress.com/industry/technology/adobe-exposed-data-of-more-than-7-million-software-users/1746484/
>>706877>Oh noes someone might find out I use photoshop!
Fuck Adobe and fuck Adobe collaborators
>>706895they also got your address, phone number, email, credit card information, etc
>>706895who could be behind this bluepilled take?
*laughs in pirate*
>>706935What a nonsensical impractical launch sequence
>>706877>>my fake name has been exposedfuck
>>706877If no real political action was taken against equifax you can bet your either nut that that adobe is going to sleep like a baby, I'm just wondering if people are going to value their info again, it's like there was this huge movement the last 20 years to become completely subservient to corporate daddy. Bunch of sad desperate people I suppose.
>>706974That's anime for you, baby.
>>706901Which Adobe already sells to the shit-ton of businesses that market off their cloud service.I'm guessing you're new to how cloud businesses work?
>>706902probably someone who's actually employed?