Adobe, a software company, has released security updates for at least a half-dozen flaws that leave Windows and MacOS users open to malicious hacker attacks.
The Mountain View, California-based company issued a warning that Photoshop, Illustrator, and After Effects—three of its most popular software products—have security flaws. The Illustrator and After Effects patches have critical-severity ratings according to Adobe’s security bulletins due to the possibility of code execution attacks.
According to the business, the Adobe Illustrator bug, identified as CVE-2022-23187, is a buffer overflow problem that can result in arbitrary code execution. Both Windows and MacOS users of Illustrator 26.0.3 and earlier versions are affected by the bug.
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