Adobe recently released a major update, addressing 207 security vulnerabilities in its various products. This Patch Tuesday mega package targets critical issues in Adobe’s enterprise software, including Illustrator, Substance 3D Sampler, and After Effects, for Windows and macOS. The vulnerabilities covered range from code execution errors to memory leaks and denial of service attacks.
Key updates include:
Adobe Illustrator: Addresses three critical code execution and memory leak vulnerabilities.
Adobe Substance 3D Sampler: Fixed at least six vulnerabilities that could lead to arbitrary code execution.
Adobe After Effects: Fixed four critical and moderate security vulnerabilities that also lead to code execution and memory leaks.Additionally, Adobe released a major patch for Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) that fixes 185 bugs that could potentially be used to execute arbitrary code and bypass security features.
Other fixes include addressing issues in Adobe Prelude, InDesign, Dimension, and Animate covering memory leaks, denial of service, and memory corruption issues.
This update highlights Adobe’s ongoing efforts to protect its software suite against evolving cyber threats.