Adobe Fixes 30 Reader and Acrobat Vulnerabilities

Adobe Fixes 30 Reader and Acrobat Vulnerabilities

Adobe released a large batch of security updates for its flagship Acrobat and Reader software on Tuesday, patching at least 30 vulnerabilities affecting Windows and MacOS installations.

The developer of the software listed the 30 security flaws in a critical-level advisory and cautioned that successful exploitation could result in application denial-of-service attacks, arbitrary code execution, memory leaks, and feature bypasses. Acrobat DC, Acrobat Reader DC, Acrobat 2020, and Acrobat Reader 2020, according to Adobe, are among the affected programs.

The majority of the bugs, according to the company, were memory safety issues, and it claimed to be unaware of any public exploits. Separately, the company released a critical update that addresses three security flaws.

Read More: Patch Tuesday: Adobe Patches 30 Acrobat, Reader Vulns

For more such updates follow us on Google News ITsecuritywire News. Please subscribe to our Newsletter for more updates.