Adobe fixed 46 security vulnerabilities in Tuesday’s fixes

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As part of the June patch Tuesday, Adobe warned of critical code execution vulnerabilities that expose Windows and macOS users to the risk of hacker attacks. The most dangerous vulnerabilities affect Adobe Animate, Adobe Bridge, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InCopy and Adobe InDesign.

Adobe has published several recommendations with detailed information about vulnerabilities and fixes. According to the company’s statement, there is no evidence that any of the vulnerabilities found were used in zero-day attacks.

Here is a brief description of the fixes in Adobe products:

  • Adobe Animate: The update fixes a critical vulnerability that could lead to the execution of arbitrary code in the context of the current user. The vulnerability affects version 22.0.5 and earlier versions for Windows and macOS.

  • Adobe Bridge: The update fixes 12 critical vulnerabilities that can lead to arbitrary code execution, arbitrary file writes and memory leaks. The vulnerabilities affect version 12.0.1 and earlier versions on Windows and macOS.

  • Adobe Illustrator: The update fixes 17 critical, serious and moderate vulnerabilities that can lead to arbitrary code execution and memory leaks. Vulnerabilities affect Illustrator 2021 and 2022 on Windows and macOS.

  • Adobe InCopy: This update fixes 8 critical vulnerabilities that can lead to the execution of arbitrary code. Vulnerabilities affect Windows and macOS.

  • Adobe InDesign: The update fixes 7 critical vulnerabilities that can lead to the execution of arbitrary code. Vulnerabilities affect Windows and macOS.

  • Adobe RoboHelp Server: This fix fixes a moderate vulnerability that allows users without administrator privileges to manage API requests and elevate their account privileges to the server administrator level. The vulnerability affected RHS 11 Update 3 and earlier versions on Windows.

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