Adobe, a software company, released patches for at least 56 security flaws in a variety of its products, some of which were severe enough to put users of Windows and MacOS at risk of code execution attacks.
The widely used Adobe Acrobat and Reader software contains critical-severity security flaws, which are covered in Adobe’s APSB23-24 bulletin. Adobe issued a warning to users of Windows and MacOS saying that “successful exploitation could lead to arbitrary code execution, privilege escalation, security feature bypass and memory leak.”
The company stated that it was unaware of any in-the-wild exploitation despite the Acrobat and Reader updates containing at least 16 vulnerabilities.
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