Adobe Patches Various Vulnerabilities in the Acrobat Products


Adobe has recently announced it has patched several critical vulnerabilities in the Acrobat products. This includes the critical issues that threat actors can exploit arbitrary code execution in the targeted user context.

The company informed its users about fixing 14 security loopholes in the Windows and MacOS Acrobat DC, Acrobat 2017, Acrobat 2020, Acrobat Reader DC, Acrobat Reader 2017, and Acrobat Reader 2020.

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Three security flaws have been tracked with critical severity caused by heap-based buffer overflow, use-after-free, and out-of-bounds write bugs. Other vulnerabilities have been described as essential and can be misused for privilege escalation, information disclosure, and JavaScript code execution.