Another day, another security screw-up. This time, it's not bad configuration or poor programming - just a good, old-fashioned dose of "human error" (from folks that should know better).
Adobe’s Product Security Incident Response Team accidentally posted the private PGP encryption key—necessary to decrypt encoded messages transmitted to them using their public PGP key—associated with their firstname.lastname@example.org email account this week, Ars Technica reported.(emphasis mine)
Not the kind of information you want floating around...