Adobe ID Notice for Overdrive users
Posted: October 9, 2013
If you use our Overdrive service to borrow eBooks, at some point you needed to authorize your device with an Adobe ID. Please read Adobe’s recent notice about an attack that exposed some of their customer information illegally. You may have already gotten an email from Adobe stating that your password has been changed.
This may not affect your use of the Overdrive eBooks on your device currently, but may affect you in the future. For example, if you get a new eReader and try to authorize it with your current Adobe ID and your original password, the authorization will fail. If you have purchased eBooks using that same Adobe ID you could lose access to them if you don’t have the updated password.
To avoid the danger of responding to a phishing scam that only looks like the official email from Adobe, it’s probably best not to click on the link in the email. For instructions on how to change your password the safest way, please scroll down to “How to change your password” in the Adobe notice. Doing it this way will also allow to you choose your own password.
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