Adobe has released over 90 fixes for vulnerabilities that put Windows, macOS and Linux users at risk.
“While we strive to regularly release scheduled updates on Tuesday of updates, sometimes these scheduled security updates are not released on Tuesdays,” the company said, stressing that the patches are not emergency patches.
In total, developers have published 14 security bulletins covering 92 bugs in products such as After Effects, Audition, Bridge, Character Animator, Prelude, Lightroom Classic, Illustrator, Media Encoder, Premiere Pro, Animate, Premiere Elements, InDesign, XMP Toolkit SDK and Photoshop.
More than 60 vulnerabilities were reported to have been related to remote code execution. A total of 61 vulnerabilities have received the status of critical and allow the execution of arbitrary code, and five more problems are related to information leaks from memory and are also rated as critical.
The company says it is not aware of any attacks on all of these vulnerabilities, and based on the ratings assigned to the bugs, they are unlikely to be exploited by hackers in the future.
Let me remind you that the actual “update Tuesday” in October was limited to only six security bulletins and 10 different CVEs.
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