Please review all your accounts, Amazon, eBay, your email, DropBox and any other services that use the same combination username and password and think about changing your password hint as well. Put a post it note near you to remind you to change anything using that login. It is likely you won’t remember all the places you use this so as you log in a year from now on a rarely accessed account remind yourself. Think about it, when was the last time you logged into your CVS pharmacy account, your Harvard Pilgrim account, or your GoDaddy account? Did you check these to see if you used the same combination?
“Over the last week, the analysis of the Adobe breach has gotten more interesting.
The actual file itself has been available via BitTorrent. I found a torrent file and looked through it myself. If you’re interested, note that the torrent gets you a 4+GB zip of the actual 10GB of text.
…. The summary is that each record has an account number, an account name, an email address, the encrypted password (which is not a sophisticated format and can be reversed engineered), and the person’s password hint.” - http://krebsonsecurity.com/2013/11/facebook-warns-users-after-adobe-breach/