An unsecured Elasticsearch database left exposed the account information of about 7.5 million Adobe Creative Cloud users.

Comparitech, in association with security researcher Bob Diachenko, found the Adobe database, which could be accessed without a password or any login credentials. The company was notified on October 19 and the database was locked down that day.

However, a great deal of information was left exposed, for an indeterminate amount of time, possibly as long as a week, according to Diachenko.

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