Date: 13 October 2021
On 12 October 2021 Adobe published Security Bulletins to address vulnerabilities in multiple products. Included were updates for the following:
- Acrobat DC and Reader DC for Windows – version 21.007.20095 and prior
- Acrobat DC and Reader DC for macOS – version 21.007.20096 and prior
- Acrobat 2020 and Reader 2020 – version 20.004.30015 and prior
- Acrobat 2017 and Reader 2017 – version 17.011.30202 and prior
- Adobe Acrobat Reader for Android – version 21.8.0 and prior
- Adobe Connect – version 11.2.2 and prior
- Adobe ops-cli – version 2.0.4 and prior
- Adobe Commerce – multiple versions
- Magento Open Source – multiple versions
- Adobe Campaign Standard – version 21.2.1 and prior
Exploitation of some of these vulnerabilities could result in arbitrary code execution.
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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