Adobe Investigates Corporate Network Security Issue

Adobe became aware on January 2, 2010 of a computer security incident involving a sophisticated, coordinated attack against corporate network systems managed by Adobe and other companies. We are currently in contact with other companies and are investigating the incident. At this time, we have no evidence to indicate that any sensitive information–including customer, financial, employee or any other sensitive data–has been compromised. We anticipate the full investigation will take quite some time to complete. We have and will continue to use information gained from this attack to make infrastructure improvements to enhance security for Adobe, our customers and our partners.

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Comments

    February 13, 2010

    Aaron S. writes:

    Very interesting information!

    It seems like lately there has been a large influx of cyber attacks on a variety of businesses as well as government sites. I’m excited and curious to see how e-security is improved in the near future.

    -Aaron

    March 29, 2010

    IT Outsourcing writes:

    Hey that’s very well written about the research of adobe for network security. It has been very big issue now a days.

    May 13, 2010

    Corporate Magician writes:

    Very informative – cyber attacks have not gone away just because you dont’ hear about them on the news. They are happening every day it is just that software and detection are more advanced. But you cannot drop your guard.

    Roger
    UK

    February 16, 2011

    pest control writes:

    Cyber attacks should be controlled like pests should be dealt with as they are harming the good condition of websites.

    May 02, 2011

    Milford CT Real Estate writes:

    It’s a good thing they were able to catch an attack like this. Fortunately, it’s probably solved by now.

    June 15, 2011

    Corporate Magician Doug Kevilus writes:

    Unfortunately we live in a world where attacks like this will continue to occur. We all need to do our part in keeping our own computers and networks safe the same way the major companies have to do. If everyone does their part these type of attacks will lessen the damage they can cause.

    September 02, 2011

    Corporate Magician writes:

    Great post !! It is really very interesting to read your blog & know about adobe. This info is important for us to know. Thanks for providing us this useful piece of info. Keep It Up !!

    September 13, 2011

    Wedding Magician writes:

    Very interesting reading, no one is 100 percent safe from cyber attacks it would seem!

    September 29, 2011

    Bendscheibenvorfall writes:

    Can i just say what a relief to uncover someone who actually understands what theyre talking about on-line. You definitely know the way to bring an issue to light and allow it to become important. More people need you just read this and understand this side with the story. I cant believe youre not more popular because you definitely develop the gift.

    April 03, 2012

    Roger @ CCIE Blog writes:

    This is so true, attacks are going on every day, even last night I was hit with a virus, you can’t let your guard down.
    In years to come cybercrime is going to top of the list!

    Roger
    UK

    April 13, 2012

    brian writes:

    i’ll say this to not only the hackers that are causing these problems but to everyone as a whole! if i ever catch the people who wrote the viruses i got tuesday of this week, i would sue them in a civil court, and i wouldn’t be cheap either, i’m going for a million or so, then sign the papers for them to go to prison for the maximum allowed time allowable by law!

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