Adobe Patch Tuesday security updates for December 2019 address a total of 25 flaws in Acrobat and Reader, Photoshop CC, ColdFusion, and Brackets.
“Adobe has published security bulletins for Adobe Acrobat and Reader (APSB19-55), Adobe Photoshop (APSB19-56), Brackets (APSB19-57) and Adobe ColdFusion (APSB19-58). Adobe recommends users update their product installations to the latest versions using the instructions referenced in the bulletin.” reads the security advisory published by Adobe.
17 of 15 flaws have been rated as critical in severity, experts pointed out that most of them are likely exploitable, but fortunately Adobe is not aware of attacks exploiting them in the wild.
Adobe addressed 21 flaws in Adobe Acrobat and Reader for Windows and
Experts pointed out that an attacker could exploit the above critical flaws to execute arbitrary code on the target systems and to take complete control of them.
Adobe addressed two critical vulnerabilities in Photoshop CC for Windows and
The remaining two issues addressed by Adobe affect Brackets, a source code editor, and ColdFusion. The vulnerability affecting Brackets was reported by Google Project Zero hacker Tavis Ormandy.
The company released updated versions for all the Adobe products, users should install them as soon as possible.