Adobe has talked about its month to month security bulletin, and for April 2018, the company has addressed to security bugs in five items: Adobe Flash Player, Adobe Experience Manager, Adobe InDesign (the publishing software), Adobe Digital Editions (e-book reader), and Adobe PhoneGap Push Plugin (mobile development library).
Not surprisingly, the Flash Player fixes reign supreme, as this remaining parts Adobe’s most famous item, regardless of whether Google has detailed that Flash use has declined from 80% out of 2014 to under 8% out of 2018.
Altogether, Adobe settled 14 security bugs, separated as 6 for Flash Player, 3 for Experience Manager, 2 for InDesign, 2 for Digital Editions, and 1 for the PhoneGap Push Plugin.
About the Adobe Security update
Adobe has launched security updates for Adobe Flash Player for Windows, Linux, Chrome OS and Macintosh. These updates address basic vulnerabilities in Adobe Flash Player, the 18.104.22.168 version and prior variants. Fruitful exploitation could prompt a random code execution with regards to the present client. The most recent Adobe Flash Player variant number is currently: 22.214.171.124.
About the Adobe Experience Manager update
Adobe has also launched security updates for Adobe Experience Manager. These updates solve a stored cross-site scripting vulnerability (CVE-2018-4929) evaluated moderate, and two cross-site scripting vulnerabilities (CVE-2018-4930 and CVE-2018-4931) appraised vitally. The most recent Adobe Experience Manager variant number is currently: 6.3.
About the Adobe InDesign update
It has launched a security update for Adobe InDesign CC, too. This update settles a basic memory corruption vulnerability (CVE-2018-4928) caused by perilous parsing of a uniquely created .inx file. This update likewise settles an untrusted search path vulnerability (CVE-2018-4927) in the InDesign installer evaluated as being important. The most recent Adobe InDesign form number is presently: 13.1.
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