Adobe has refused to say how many UK customers are among the 2.9 million suspected victims of computer hacking that was reported by the photo software giant last week.

Adobe has declined to elaborate on the blog posted by the firm’s chief security officer Brad Arkin last Thursday.

The firm’s spokespeople, both in the UK and the US, have failed to provide comment about the impact on UK customers, despite repeated requests first lodged by Amateur Photographer five days ago.

A UK spokesperson today said that the company is not publicly releasing information beyond what it released on 3 October.

She added: ‘Adobe customers worldwide have been affected.

‘As customers provide us with account information, we are taking the precaution of resetting relevant customer passwords and notifying any customers who have provided us with their credit or debit card information.’

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  • Martin

    I’m assuming all Adobe users are affected by this. I got the reset email from them a few days ago.

    It’s bad enough worrying whether your credit card details are now out in the open, but I tend to have passwords that have a pattern in them, in order to remember them more easily. Now I’ve been forced to buy a password manager, so I can scramble all my passwords. Thanks Adobe.