Adobe Patches Dire Code Execution Flaws in Its Products

Adobe Patches

Adobe has recently informed users that it has patched around 18 vulnerabilities – spanning its different products. It includes the FrameMaker, InDesign, and Experience Manager (AEM) solutions.

Adobe has announced that it is not aware of any sort of attacks exploiting the vulnerabilities. On the basis of the priority ratings, the company has assigned to the security holes and does not anticipate them to be exploited soon.

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In the InDesign solutions, Adobe fixed five memory corruption bugs.  FrameMaker document processor had two, and AEM products had nine critical flaws that got patched. These loopholes could allow any threat actors to get access to sensitive business information.

Source: Securityweek