Now, these might just a coincidence but it might something Adobe should look at.
A couple of days ago some adobe servers went down and I called customer care to make sure it wasn't on my end. On the phone they asked me to plug in my email then rep from India told me of the problem.
So I decided to take the day off since I couldn't access any of the Adobe programs, which I kinda think I should bill Adobe for my day rate missed.
Anywho I get back to my machine later that day and my spam box is flooded, and I mean flooded with crazy spam.
I believe Adobe's customer support is compromised and leaking email addresses to scammers.
It might be a coincidence, which i would accept. The strange part is I usually get a typical amount of spam from here and there, but we're talking like hundreds more than usual, and I didn't sign up for anything for months so nothing new on my end as of other accounts.