Adobe has created headlines this time. Recently, it released patches for a total of 80 vulnerabilities across its products, including Flash Player, Photoshop, Connect, Acrobat and Reader, DNG Converter, InDesign, Digital Editions, Shockwave Player, and Experience Manager products.
Chinese firm Tencent had been successful in detecting half of the vulnerabilities addressed with the last Adobe Patch Tuesday.
Till now, the highest number of flaw (56) has been fixed in Acrobat and Reader for Windows and Mac. The patches addressed many critical uninitialized pointer access, use-after-free, buffer access, buffer over-read, buffer overflow, out-of-bounds read/write, improper array index validation, security bypass, type confusion, and unreliable pointer dereference issues that can be exploited for remote code execution.
Adobe had fixed five remote code execution by releasing updates for the Windows, Mac, Linux and Chrome OS versions of Flash Player.
With this, the company has also fixed four server-side request forgery (SSRF) and cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities in Adobe Connect, Adobe also implemented a feature to mitigate click-jacking attacks.
Adobe fixed some critical code execution issues affecting Windows and Mac versions of Photoshop CC, and Shockwave Player for Windows. Also, the company solved a critical memory corruption vulnerability in DNG Converter for Windows.
Adobe addressed six flaws in Digital Editions for Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android that can lead to the disclosure of memory addresses and other sensitive data.
Adobe fixed three vulnerabilities in Experience Manager, including one information disclosure bug rated moderate severity. With this, the firm also addressed a critical remote code execution bug in Adobe InDesign.
According to Adobe, none of the vulnerabilities patched are under active attack.