The Mountain View, Calif. company warned that the security problems exist on three of its most popular software products — Photoshop, Illustrator and After Effects.
According to Adobe’s security bulletins, the Illustrator and After Effects patches carry critical-severity ratings because of the risk of code execution attacks.
The company said the Adobe Illustrator vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2022-23187, is a buffer overflow issue that leads to arbitrary code execution. The bug is present for both Windows and macOS users on Illustrator 26.0.3 and earlier versions.
A second critical bulletin was released to cover at least four documented Adobe After Effects vulnerabilities that expose Windows and macOS users to code execution attacks.
Adobe tracks the After Effects bugs as CVE-2022-24094, CVE-2022-24095, CVE-2022-24096, and CVE-2022-24097.
The company also shipped a third bulletin to cover an important-severity flaw in its flagship Adobe Photoshop software.
The Photoshop vulnerability (CVE-2022-24090) affects both Windows and macOS users and Adobe warns that successful exploitation could lead to memory leak in the context of the current user.
Adobe said it was not aware of any exploits in the wild for any of the flaws patched this month.