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The heartbleed bug presence in adobe.com has not yet been reported & we do not have any such alert regarding this.
Well I think you have already dealt with it. When I checked it earlier I got a warning message. Checking it just now:
I get the reassuring:
All good, adobe.com seems fixed or unaffected!
Fixed is one thing and unaffected another.
If it is fixed then you need to change your password and it is safe to do so.
Unaffected means there is no action required.
Someone on the CC facebook page has asked the same question. I would think Adobe should know by now
For a company that is pushing forcing users to an online model, your silence on a major online security issue doesn't exactly inspire trust.
Until Adobe speaks up, I would err on the side of caution.
When navigating to creative.adobe.com, the Chromebleed plugin reports:
"'Site seems Ok!' Use Caution, creative.adobe.com had error"
Since Adobe accounts were hacked a few months back, I actually use a different username/password for Creative Cloud than any other service. Too late to set that up, though, if you haven't already. Best to change all of your other similar passwords and then WAIT to update your password on creative.adobe.com when Adobe has an official statement.