Adobe has released patches for multiple security vulnerabilities, including critical flaws in Adobe Commerce and Photoshop that could lead to code execution and privilege escalation.

Code Execution Flaws Patched in Adobe Commerce, Photoshop

Software maker Adobe has released security updates to fix 13 vulnerabilities in its products. The company highlighted critical flaws in Adobe Commerce and Photoshop that require immediate attention. The vulnerabilities in Adobe Commerce and Magento Open Source could lead to arbitrary code execution, privilege escalation, and denial-of-service attacks. Adobe also addressed a critical flaw in Adobe Photoshop that could allow code execution on Windows and macOS systems. Additionally, fixes were released for vulnerabilities in Adobe Bridge that could result in memory corruption exploitation. Adobe stated that it was not aware of any active exploits for these vulnerabilities.

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