Adobe has released security updates for Acrobat and Reader, Illustrator, FrameMaker, Premiere Elements, and Adobe Commerce.
An attacker could exploit these vulnerabilities and potentially take over impacted systems.
Acrobat and Reader
The Adobe Acrobat and Reader security update (APSB22-39) addressed three (3) Critical vulnerabilities (CVE-2022-35665, CVE-2022-35666, and CVE-2022-35666) that could each lead to arbitrary code execution.
The vulnerability affects Acrobat and Reader for Windows and macOS.
The Adobe Illustrator security update (APSB22-41) addressed two (2) Critical vulnerabilities (CVE-2022-34260, CVE-2022-34263) that could each lead to arbitrary code execution.
The vulnerability affects Illustrator 2022 (26.3.1 and earlier versions) and Illustrator 2021 (25.4.6 and earlier versions ).
The Adobe Commerce security update (APSB22-38) addressed four (4) Critical vulnerabilities (CVE-2022-34253, CVE-2022-34254, CVE-2022-34255, and CVE-2022-34256) that could each lead to arbitrary code execution.
The vulnerability affects multiple versions in Adobe Commerce and Magento Open Source.
Finally, Adobe published security updates for Adobe Premiere Elements (APSB22-43) and Adobe FrameMaker (APSB22-42).