By the time the news of the breach broke last week, Adobe had already spent a month trying to fix the issue.
The company said it was “working to resolve the issue and get back to business as usual.”
The news of that breach has been a cause of deep concern in the tech industry and prompted Adobe to announce a plan to upgrade its security and privacy practices.
“The issue affects our systems as a whole,” Adobe wrote in a blog post.
“While it is too early to determine how much of an impact this incident has had on the company’s business, we do not take it lightly.
We are working to resolve this issue and are working closely with our partners and customers to resolve it as quickly as possible.”
The company has also issued a security advisory to its customers.