Date: 15 September 2021
On 14 September 2021 Adobe published Security Bulletins to address vulnerabilities in multiple products. Included were updates for the following:
- Acrobat Reader and Reader DC for Windows – version 2021.005.20060 and prior
- Acrobat Reader and Reader DC for macOS – version 2021.005.20058 and prior
- Acrobat 2020 and Reader 2020 – version 2020.004.30006 and prior
- Acrobat 2017 and Reader 2017 – version 2017.011.30199 and prior
- Adobe InCopy for Windows – version 16.3 and prior
- Adobe InCopy for macOS – version 16.3.1 and prior
- Adobe inDesign for Windows – version 16.3 and prior
- Adobe inDesign for macOS – version 16.3.2 and prior
- Adobe Framemaker – version 2019 Update 8 and prior and version 2020 release update 2 and prior
- Photoshop Elements – version 2021 build 19.0 (20210304.m.15367) and prior
- Adobe Premiere Elements – version 2021 build 19.0 (20210127.daily.2235820) and prior
- Adobe Digital Editions – version 188.8.131.52646
Exploitation of some of these vulnerabilities could result in arbitrary code execution and arbitrary file system write.
The Cyber Centre encourages users and administrators to review the provided web link and apply the necessary updates.
Adobe Security Bulletins and Advisories
Note to Readers
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