The December Patch Tuesday updates are upon us, and they bring a host of new updates that improve your PC’s functionality and security features.
One of the main highlights of this month’s Patch Tuesday updates are the security updates brought to Adobe products.
These include 4 very important updates:
What do these Adobe updates bring?
To start with, Adobe has released security updates for the 2018 version of ColdFusion. This update resolves a critical vulnerability that could lead to privilege escalation.
Another important update has been released for Brackets on all Operating Systems. This security update fixes an exploit that could lead to arbitrary code execution for the current user.
A third update was released for Adobe Photoshop CC. The security update brought to this graphics design tool fixes an exploit similar to the one mentioned for Brackets.
The last major Adobe security update is aimed at Adobe Acrobat and Reader. Yet again, these improvements fix an exploit where the user can suffer from arbitrary code execution.
If you are using any of these important Adobe products, it would be advised that you update your computer with the latest components as soon as possible. In order to install the latest Adobe updates, launch your Adobe product, go to Help and them search for updates.
If you’ve installed the latest updates and have encountered other issues, please let us know in the comment sections below.
Editor’s Note: If you want to know everything there is to know on Patch Tuesday, check out this in-depth guide.