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Adobe Issues July 2020 Critical Security Patches for Multiple Software

Adobe Issues July 2020 Critical Security Patches for Multiple Software

July 14, 2020Wang Wei
Adobe today released software updates to patch a total of 13 new security vulnerabilities affecting 5 of its widely used applications. Out of these 13 vulnerabilities, four have been rated critical, and nine are important in severity. The affected products that received security patches today include: Adobe Creative Cloud Desktop Application Adobe Media Encoder Adobe Genuine Service Adobe ColdFusion Adobe Download Manager Adobe Creative Cloud Desktop Application versions 5.1 and earlier for Windows operating systems contain four vulnerabilities, one of which is a critical symlink issue (CVE-2020-9682) leading to arbitrary file system write attacks. According to the advisory , the other three important flaws in this Adobe software are privilege escalation issues. Adobe Media Encoder contains two critical arbitrary code execution (CVE-2020-9650 and CVE-2020-9646) and one important information disclosure issues, affecting both Windows and macOS users running Media En
Adobe Releases February 2019 Patch Updates For 75 Vulnerabilities

Adobe Releases February 2019 Patch Updates For 75 Vulnerabilities

February 12, 2019Mohit Kumar
Welcome back! Adobe has today released its monthly security updates to address a total of 75 security vulnerabilities across its various products, 71 of which resides in Adobe Acrobat and Reader alone. February 2019 patch Tuesday updates address several critical and important vulnerabilities in Adobe Acrobat Reader DC, Adobe Coldfusion, Creative Cloud Desktop Application, and Adobe Flash Player for Windows, macOS, Linux, and Chrome OS. According to the advisory released today, 43 out of 71 vulnerabilities addressed by Adobe in Acrobat and Reader are rated as critical in severity, most of which could lead to arbitrary code execution in the context of the current user upon successful exploitation. The update also includes a permanent fix for a critical, publicly disclosed zero-day vulnerability (CVE 2019-7089) impacting Adobe Reader that could allow remote attackers to steal targeted Windows NTLM hash passwords just by tricking victims into opening a specially crafted PDF fi
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