Tuesday, April 16, 2024

Adobe Fixes 82 Vulnerabilities in Adobe Acrobat and Reader, Experience & Downloader Manager

Adobe released security updates that cover 82 vulnerabilities in various products, out of 82 vulnerabilities 45 are rated critical and the rest of the vulnerabilities rated as important and moderate.

The security fix covers multiple Adobe products that include Adobe Acrobat and Reader, Adobe Experience Manager & Forms, and Adobe Download Manager.

Adobe Acrobat and Reader

Adobe released security updates for Windows and  macOS, the updates cover critical and  important  vulnerabilities with Adobe Acrobat and Reader.

These vulnerabilities allow an attacker to execute arbitrary code with the vulnerable installations in the context of the current user.

Affected Versions

  • Acrobat DC 2019.012.20040 and earlier versions 
  • Acrobat Reader DC 2019.012.20040 and earlier versions
  • Acrobat 2017 2017.011.30148
  • Acrobat Reader 2017 2017.011.30148 and earlier versions
  • Acrobat 2015 2015.006.30503 and earlier versions 
  • Acrobat Reader 2015 2015.006.30503 and earlier versions

Updated Versions

  • Acrobat DC 2019.021.20047
  • Acrobat Reader DC 2019.021.20047
  • Acrobat DC 2017.011.30150
  • Acrobat Reader DC 2017.011.30150
  • Acrobat DC 2015.006.30504
  • Acrobat Reader DC 2015.006.30504

Adobe Experience Manager

Security Updates released for Adobe Experience Manager (AEM). The update resolves multiple vulnerabilities with AEM versions 6.3, 6.4 and 6.5.

Successful exploitation of these vulnerabilities allows an attacker to gain unauthorized access to the AEM environment.

Adobe releases updates to AEM versions 6.3, 6.4 and 6.5 and recommends to update the users.

Adobe Experience Manager Forms

With Adobe Experience Manager Forms, Adobe fixed a cross-site scripting vulnerability with the update. The vulnerability may lead to sensitive information disclosure.

Adobe recommends users update installations to the latest versions of Adobe Experience Manager Forms 6.3, 6.4 and 6.5.

Adobe Download Manager

The security update fixes Privilege Escalation vulnerability with Adobe Download Manager for Windows. Vulnerability is categorized as an important one.

Affected Version

  • Adobe Download Manager

Updated Version

  • Adobe Download Manager

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

Also Read

Adobe Security Update fixes Critical Vulnerabilities in Flash Player, Campaign and ColdFusion

Adobe Released Security Updates for 87 Vulnerabilities with Media Encoder, Flash, Adobe Acrobat and Reader


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