[SecurityWeek] Adobe Patches Gaping Security Flaws in 14 Software Products

Adobe on Tuesday released a slew of urgent patches with fixes for more than 90 documented vulnerabilities that expose Windows, macOS and Linux users to malicious hacker attacks.

The security defects affect a wide range of popular products, including Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Premiere.

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