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Adobe System server hacked


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#1 Icanhazrootkit

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Posted 19 November 2012 - 12:08 AM

An anonymous hacker has posted excepts from files captured from an Adobe Systems server after Adobe failed to respond to his report of an exploitable vulnerability.

http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/11/14/hacker-claims-to-have-breached-adobe/?p_pro=0&p_vep=7&p_ves=0&p_lqa=0&p_lqe=0&p_lsu=24&p_lst=0&p_lex=125&p_lng=en&p_lid=en-us&p_elm=6&p_var=%252Ffa%252Fen-us%252Fbanner-news_70_adobe-server-hacked.html

Adobe... unresponsive and slow to react? I can't imagine what he's talking about (cough).

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