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I think bugs related to security are automatically "hidden" for security reasons. Other (non-security) bugs result in notification emails whenever their status changes or comments are added. You may have to get back in touch with Adobe phone support to find out how you can track the status.
Viewing page source (View|Source - IE) shows <input> password field uses attribute "autocomplete=false". "false" does work for me to disable automatic fill in. However security scan must be looking for the correct HTML syntax "autocomplete=off" (http://www.w3.org/wiki/HTML/Elements/input/password).
Adobe telephone customer support said I would get a response by email or telephone after submitting "bugbase" request. Any response has never come. As a customer, and for my customer, even an automated email from Adobe would be appreciated.
Like I said, the security-related bugs are handled differently from all non-security-related ones. They get hidden from the public bug tracker (for security reasons). Since the public bug tracker is what sends out the auto response emails, you won't get any for security-related bugs. You'll have to contact Adobe directly to get status updates.
I called Adobe customer support, Support found the bug number, discussed the concern, and issue is progressing.
Here is the Bug# 3690477. We are looking into.