Adobe Update

Adobe, has confirmed that 2.9 million customer accounts have been compromised, and encrypted data has been stolen by computer hackers. Registered users have been sent an email by “email@mail.adobesystems.com” entitled “Important Password Reset Information” asking them to reset their passwords.  It is perhaps good practice to follow the guidance provided, if you have received this email, between the 4th and 6th October.

Full details can be found on the Amateur Photographer Website: http://www.amateurphotographer.co.uk/photo-news/540104/adobe-admits-2-9m-customer-accounts-hacked

 ELEMENTS 12

Adobe have announced the latest version of Elements, moving to version 12. This has a raft of new functionality, including a mobile solution taking in multiple devices including smartphones and tablets. For full details see:

http://www.adobe.com/uk/products/photoshop-elements/features.html

Adobe have also announced variations in pricing for their new creative cloud solution, which may be more attractive to members considering moving to Lightroom 5 or Photoshop CC. Details can be found on the Adobe website.

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