During its regularly scheduled April security update, Adobe overall issued 43 patches, including ones for 24 critical vulnerabilities in eight of its products.
Adobe fixed two arbitrary code execution flaws in its Photoshop and Digital Edition products.
Overall, Adobe patched 75 important and critical vulnerabilities – including a flaw that could allow bad actors to steal victims’ hashed password values.
The Fallout EK has added the latest Flash vulnerability to its bad of tricks, among other tune-ups.
Firefox 69 will force users to manually install Adobe Flash as the plugin inches toward end of life.
Adobe issued a patch for the zero-day on Wednesday.
The vulnerability could lead to arbitrary code execution.
Overall, the company released only three patches as part of its regularly-scheduled November update.
Google Play’s policy prohibits apps or SDKs that download executable code, such as dex files or native code, from a source other than Google Play
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