[SecurityWeek] Adobe Patches Critical RoboHelp Server Security Flaw

Software maker Adobe on Tuesday released patches to cover at least four documented security defects that expose users to malicious hacker attacks.

The most serious of the flaw was addressed in RoboHelp Server and is rated “critical” because it exposes corporate environments to arbitrary code execution attacks.

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