The product security response machine of Adobe ran recently with the release of several patches to gap the security holes in broadly deployed software products. According to Adobe, June’s patch addressed various potentially dangerous vulnerabilities within Adobe Acrobat, Reader, Photoshop, and Creative Cloud Desktop Application.
As mentioned by the company, “These updates address multiple critical vulnerabilities. Successful exploitation could lead to arbitrary code execution in the context of the current user.”
The most critical vulnerabilities could allow hackers to take complete control of Windows or MacOS system with minimal user action. The malicious exploits can also be triggered remotely to seize unpatched machines.
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