Adobe has released a patch to fix three vulnerabilities identified in Media Encoder.
Adobe Media Encoder, software used to encode audio and video in a variety of formats, is the only security update issue issued outside of the company 's usual monthly updates.
On Tuesday, Adobe said three vulnerabilities - CVE-2020-9739, CVE-2020-9744 and CVE-2020-9745 - were vulnerabilities "that could lead to the disclosure of users' personal information."
However, each vulnerability has been given a priority score of 3, which means that Adobe does not take them very seriously.
"This update addresses vulnerabilities in a product that has historically not been targeted by attackers. Adobe recommends to managers to install the information at their discretion, ”the company said.
As always, users are advised to accept automatic software updates to fix their builds and stay protected.
Last week, the giant company released the September security patch, tackling vulnerabilities Adobe Experience Manager, InDesign and Framemaker.
Critical and significant product vulnerabilities were resolved, including issues cross-site scripting (XSS), memory corruption errors, and security issues that result in arbitrary code execution.
Also Tuesday, Adobe reported third-quarter financial results that exceeded its expectations. Adobe reported that its profits reached $ 955 million, which is a really impressive amount.