Adobe may have skipped March Patch Tuesday to push out security updates but caught up today issuing advisories covering 41 vulnerabilities, the majority critical, over six products.

The products included Adobe Genuine Integrity Service, Acrobat Reader, Photoshop, Experience Manager, ColdFusion 2016 and 2018 and Bridge. None of the vulnerabilities have been spotted in the wild and updates are available to correct the problems.

Photoshop contained the most vulnerabilities with 22 CVEs listed with 16 considered critical issues due to buffer errors, out of bounds write, memory corruption and heap corruption that could lead to remote code execution. The six rated important are due to an out-of-bounds read that could be exploited to disclose information from the affected system.

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