Adobe has issued yet another patch for a critical vulnerability in its Acrobat Reader – a week after the original fix.
An ongoing phishing campaign is targeting hundreds of businesses to steal their email and browser credentials using a simply – but effective – malware.
Overall, Adobe patched 75 important and critical vulnerabilities – including a flaw that could allow bad actors to steal victims’ hashed password values.
The zero-day flaw in Adobe Reader DC could allow bad actors to steal victims’ NTLM hashes.
The patches are part of Adobe’s second unscheduled update this month.
The update comes on the heels of critical fixes in an unscheduled patch last week.
An unscheduled patch fixed two critical flaws that could enable arbitrary code execution.
The update includes a raft of critical code-execution problems.
Adobe issued a patch for the zero-day on Wednesday.
The vulnerability could lead to arbitrary code execution.