Adobe Security Advisory for December Security Updates

Adobe Security Advisory for December Security Updates

dezembro 29, 2019 | Mina Hao

Overview

On December 11, local time, Adobe officially released a December security update that fixes multiple vulnerabilities in Adobe’s many products, including Adobe Photoshop CC, Adobe Acrobat and Reader, Brackets, and Adobe ColdFusion.

For details, visit the following link:

https://helpx.adobe.com/security.html

 Vulnerability Description

Adobe Photoshop CC

Adobe has released an Adobe Photoshop CC security update that fixes two security vulnerabilities.

Vulnerability details are as follows:

Vulnerability Category Vulnerability Impact Severity Level CVE ID
Memory corruption Arbitrary code execution Critical CVE-2019-8253
Memory corruption Arbitrary code execution Critical CVE-2019-8254

For details on the vulnerability impact and remediation, refer to the security bulletin at the following link:

https://helpx.adobe.com/security/products/photoshop/apsb19-56.html

Brackets

Adobe has released a Brackets security update that fixes one security vulnerability.

Vulnerability details are as follows:

Vulnerability Category Vulnerability Impact Severity Level CVE ID
Command injection Arbitrary code execution Critical CVE-2019-8255

For details on the vulnerability impact and remediation, refer to the security bulletin at the following link:

https://helpx.adobe.com/security/products/brackets/apsb19-57.html

Adobe ColdFusion

Adobe has released the Adobe ColdFusion security update that fixes one security vulnerability.

Vulnerability details are as follows:

Vulnerability Category Vulnerability Impact Severity Level CVE ID
Default installation path Elevation of authority Important CVE-2019-8256

For details on the vulnerability impact and remediation, refer to the security bulletin at the following link:

https://helpx.adobe.com/security/products/coldfusion/apsb19-58.html

Adobe Acrobat and Reader

Adobe has released a security update for Adobe Acrobat and Reader that fixes 21 security vulnerabilities.

Vulnerability details are as follows:

Vulnerability Category Vulnerability Impact Severity Level CVE ID
Out-of-bounds read Information leakage Important CVE-2019-16449

CVE-2019-16456

CVE-2019-16457

CVE-2019-16458

CVE-2019-16461

CVE-2019-16465

Out-of-bounds write  Arbitrary code execution Critical CVE-2019-16450

CVE-2019-16454

Reuse after release   Arbitrary code execution Critical CVE-2019-16445

CVE-2019-16448

CVE-2019-16452

CVE-2019-16459

CVE-2019-16464

Heap overflow Arbitrary code execution Critical CVE-2019-16451
Buffer error Arbitrary code execution Critical CVE-2019-16462
Untrusted pointer error Arbitrary code execution Critical CVE-2019-16446

CVE-2019-16455

CVE-2019-16460

CVE-2019-16463

Directory permission elevation Elevation of authority Important CVE-2019-16444
Safe bypass Arbitrary code execution Critical CVE-2019-16453

For details on the vulnerability impact and remediation, refer to the security bulletin at the following link:

https://helpx.adobe.com/security/products/acrobat/apsb19-55.html

Solution

Adobe has officially released security updates to fix the preceding vulnerabilities. Users are advised to upgrade their installation to the latest version as soon as possible.

For vulnerability details and remediation, please visit the preceding security bulletin links.

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