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Adobe Issues Photoshop, DNG Converter Security Updates Share This on LinkedIn   Share This on Google   Tweet This   Forward This

14 November 2017

Adobe has issued security updates for both Photoshop CC 2017 (Windows and Mac) and DNG Converter (Windows). "These updates resolve critical vulnerabilities that could lead to code execution," the company said.

The updates are available via the Creative Cloud application update service or via each application's update mechanism on the Help menu.

According to the Photoshop Security Bulletin, the Photoshop vulnerabilities include remote code execution via memory corruption and use-after-free remote code execution.

The DNG Converter Security Bulletin cites a memory corruption vulnerability.

The company released security updates to other applications as well today, including Acrobat, Reader, Flash Player, Shockwave Player, InDesign, Connect and Adobe Digital Editions.

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