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Software giant Adobe hacked

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A breach of security at Adobe.

Hackers broke into the software giant's computer system, gaining access to personal information from 2.9 million customers.

Hackers also got copies of the source code of some Adobe products.

The company called it a "sophisticated attack."

Much of the stolen data was encrypted, but Adobe reset customer passwords as a precaution.

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