Thursday, November 30, 2023

Adobe Released February 2020 Security Updates – Fixes Critical Bugs in 5 Software

Adobe released security updates that fix 42 security vulnerabilities in 5 Software, among them, many of the vulnerabilities are classified as critical and important.

Adobe Framemaker | APSB20-04

The update fixes critical vulnerabilities with Adobe Framemaker for Windows, which allows an attacker to execute code on the vulnerable installation with the context of the user.

Adobe Framemaker 2019.0.4 and below are affected with the vulnerability, fixed with Adobe Framemaker 2019.0.5.

Adobe Acrobat and Reader | APSB20-05

Critical, important and moderate vulnerabilities fixed with security updates for Adobe Acrobat and Reader for Windows and macOS.

These vulnerabilities allow an attacker to execute the remote code with the context of the current user.

Affected Versions

ProductTrackAffected VersionsPlatform
Acrobat DC Continuous 

2019.021.20061 and earlier versions Windows & macOS
Acrobat Reader DCContinuous  2019.021.20061 and earlier versions Windows & macOS
Acrobat 2017Classic 20172017.011.30156 and earlier versions Windows 
Acrobat Reader 2017Classic 20172017.011.30156 and earlier versionsmacOS
Acrobat 2015 Classic 20152015.006.30508 and earlier versionsWindows & macOS
Acrobat Reader 2015Classic 20152015.006.30508 and earlier versionsWindows & macOS

Fixed Versions

ProductTrackUpdated VersionsPlatformPriority RatingAvailability
Acrobat DCContinuous2020.006.20034Windows and macOS2Windows    macOS  
Acrobat Reader DCContinuous2020.006.20034
Windows and macOS2Windows
Acrobat 2017Classic 20172017.011.30158Windows and macOS2WindowsmacOS
Acrobat Reader 2017Classic 20172017.011.30158Windows and macOS2WindowsmacOS
Acrobat 2015Classic 20152015.006.30510Windows and macOS2WindowsmacOS
Acrobat Reader 2015Classic 20152015.006.30510Windows and macOS2WindowsmacOS

Adobe Flash Player | APSB20-06

The security update fixes critical vulnerabilities with Adobe Flash Player for Windows, macOS, Linux and Chrome OS.

Successful exploitation of the vulnerability allows the attacker to execute arbitrary code with user consent.

Affected Versions

Adobe Flash Player Desktop Runtime32.0.0.321 and earlier Windows and macOS
Adobe Flash Player Desktop Runtime and earlier Linux
Adobe Flash Player for Google Chrome32.0.0.321 and earlierWindows, macOS, Linux and Chrome OS 
Adobe Flash Player for Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer 1132.0.0.255  and earlierWindows 10 and 8.1

Fixed Versions

Adobe Flash Player Desktop Runtime32.0.0.330Windows, macOS2Flash Player Download CenterFlash Player Distribution
Adobe Flash Player for Google Chrome32.0.0.330Windows, macOS, Linux, and Chrome OS 2Google Chrome Releases
Adobe Flash Player for Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer 1132.0.0.330Windows 10 and 8.12Microsoft Security Advisory
Adobe Flash Player Desktop Runtime32.0.0.330Linux3Flash Player Download Center

Adobe Experience Manager | APSB20-08

The hotfixes resolve security vulnerabilities with Adobe Experience Manager AEM versions 6.5 and 6.4 rated Important.

Successful exploitation leads to a denial-of-service condition, users are recommended to apply the hotfix.

Adobe Digital Editions | APSB20-07

The security update for Adobe Digital Editions resolves critical and an important vulnerability. Successful exploitation leads to Arbitrary Code Execution and Information Disclosure.

Affected Versions

Adobe Digital Editions4.5.10 and below  Windows  

Fixed Versions

Adobe Digital Editions4.5.11Windows3Download Page

Adobe recommends users update their product installations to the latest versions using the instructions referenced in the bulletin.

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