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Is Adobe aware of phishing from "Adobe Creative Security?"

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Feb 26, 2018 Feb 26, 2018

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I'm not having any trouble, I couldn't find a way to e-mail Adobe so I chose this option.

I don't want to click on this e-mail so I did a couple screen shots to show the whole e-mail (except for my personal info), and trashed it. While this looks convincing it was sent to an e-mail address I never have registered with Adobe. This is not how I receive update info, and my Flash Player is up to date. Very sketchy.

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Adobe Employee , Feb 26, 2018 Feb 26, 2018
Thanks for the notification.If you could forward that with the headers intact (e.g. as an attachment, if you're using Outlook) to phishing at adobe dot com, we have a dedicated team that will gladly follow up on it.

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Thanks for the notification.

If you could forward that with the headers intact (e.g. as an attachment, if you're using Outlook) to phishing at adobe dot com, we have a dedicated team that will gladly follow up on it.

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