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Adobe Patches 80 Flaws Across Nine Products

Adobe on Tuesday announced the availability of patches for a total of 80 vulnerabilities across the company’s Flash Player, Photoshop, Connect, Acrobat and Reader, DNG Converter, InDesign, Digital Editions, Shockwave Player, and Experience Manager products.

The highest number of vulnerabilities, 56, has been addressed in Acrobat and Reader for Windows and Mac. The list includes many critical uninitialized pointer access, use-after-free, buffer access, buffer over-read, buffer overflow, out-of-bounds read/write, improper array index validation, security bypass, type confusion, and untrusted pointer dereference issues that can be exploited for remote code execution.

A total of 16 companies and individuals have been credited for reporting the Acrobat and Reader security holes. Well over half of the flaws were discovered by employees of China-based Tencent.

Updates for the Windows, Mac, Linux and Chrome OS versions of Flash Player patch five critical out-of-bounds read and...(continued)

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