Security Advisory – Adobe Releases Critical Updates Across Multiple Products to Tackle Vulnerabilities

Adobe has issued a series of security updates for multiple software products, addressing both critical and important vulnerabilities that could potentially allow for arbitrary code execution and memory leaks. These updates affect Adobe Acrobat Reader, Illustrator, Substance3D Painter, Aero, Substance3D Designer, Animate, FrameMaker, and Dreamweaver.

Key Updates Include:

  1. Adobe Acrobat Reader (APSB24-29): Fixes critical issues for both Windows and macOS platforms.
  2. Adobe Illustrator (APSB24-30): Resolves vulnerabilities that could lead to arbitrary code execution and memory leaks.
  3. Adobe Substance3D Painter (APSB24-31) and Substance3D Designer (APSB24-35): Address vulnerabilities in the 3D design tools, with potential risks including arbitrary code execution and memory leaks.
  4. Adobe Aero (APSB24-33): Patch fixes a critical vulnerability potentially leading to arbitrary code execution.
  5. Adobe Animate (APSB24-36) and FrameMaker (APSB24-37): Updates resolve similar critical issues affecting the integrity and security of the applications.
  6. Adobe Dreamweaver (APSB24-39): This update addresses critical vulnerabilities capable of enabling arbitrary code execution.

All updates are classified with a priority rating of 3, indicating a lower risk of exploitability. Adobe recommends that users update their software to the latest versions to mitigate these vulnerabilities and protect against potential exploits.

For more detailed information and to download the security updates, users are advised to visit Adobe’s official support links provided in their respective security bulletins.

Source: Adobe Security Bulletins