Adobe Issues Critical Flaw Warning for Widely Deployed Software on Patch Tuesday


The software company Adobe has patched at least thirty security holes in various products that have been reported, alerting users to the possibility of code execution, application denial-of-service attacks, and security feature circumvention.

Critical vulnerabilities in Adobe Acrobat and Reader, Adobe Commerce and Magento Open Source, Substance 3D Painter, and FrameMaker have been brought to Adobe’s immediate attention as part of its planned Patch Tuesday releases. Adobe revealed that users of Windows and MacOS are at risk due to at least 13 significant security flaws that are fixed in the Adobe Acrobat and Reader update.

According to Adobe, “a successful exploitation could result in memory leaks, application denial-of-service, and arbitrary code execution.”

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