Adobe resumed its regular Patch Tuesday cadence with the release of fixes for at least 38 vulnerabilities in numerous enterprise-facing products after missing it last month.
The San Jose, California-based software developer warned that the flaws could put users at risk of privilege escalation and code execution attacks on all types of computing platforms. The content management software used by corporate marketing teams, Adobe Experience Manager (AEM), has the most serious flaws. In the AEM Cloud Service (Release 2022.10.0), Adobe claimed to have fixed at least 33 bugs, and it issued a warning about the possibility of serious hacker attacks.
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According to the company’s open documentation, “successful exploitation of these vulnerabilities could result in arbitrary code execution and security feature bypass.”
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