Earlier today, Adobe has released its monthly security bulletin, and for the month of November 2017, the company patched nine products.
Moments ago, Adobe released its monthly security bulletins and this month the company addressed security flaws in products such as Adobe Flash Player, Adobe Acrobat and Reader, Adobe Experience Manager (enterprise CMS), and Adobe Digital Editions (e-book reader).
Earlier today, Adobe has released security patches for several of its applications, including Adobe Flash Player, Adobe Campaign, Adobe Photoshop CC, the Creative Cloud Desktop Application, and Adobe Acrobat and Reader.
Adobe released yesterday Acrobat Reader DC 15.023.20053 that included fixes for 29 security issues. Along with the security fixes, this update package also silently installs the Adobe Acrobat extension into the user's Chrome web browser.
Adobe has released updates for Adobe Acrobat, Reader, and Flash that resolve a total of 42 security vulnerabilities. As many of these vulnerabilities are rated as Critical, it is strongly advised that anyone using these products immediately update them to the latest version.
Today, Adobe released security updates for Adobe Flash Player, Adobe Acrobat and Reader, and Creative Cloud Desktop. When you combine the vulnerabilities patched for the three products, there are 84 exploits fixed, with many of them being labeled as Critical, because they allow code execution.
Today Adobe released a mammoth security update for their Adobe Flash Player, Adobe Acrobat and Reader, and Adobe XMP Toolkit for Java products. When you combine the vulnerabilities released for the three products, there are 83 exploits fixed, with almost all of them allow remote code execution.
Adobe has released security updates for Adobe Reader, Acrobat, and Coldfusion. With a whopping 92 vulnerabilities in Reader and Acrobat, with many of them being critical, it is essential that everyone install the latest available update. Furthermore, Adobe released an advisor about a vulnerability currently being used in Adobe Flash
Today Microsoft, and Adobe all released security updates for security vulnerabilities in their products. Some of these vulnerabilities were labeled as Critical, which would allow an attacker to execute commands on the affected computer without the user's permission.
New updates are available for Adobe Acrobat, Reader and Flash Player that resolve numerous security vulnerabilities. These 2 updates resolve a whopping 69 vulnerabities, with many of them being labeled as critical. These vulnerabilities range from information disclosure to remote code execution.