The bugs impact Mac, Windows, Linux, and ChromeOS operating systems.
One critical memory corruption issue has also been resolved in Windows Adobe Shockwave (CVE-2017-3086) which can allow attackers to also remotely execute code, Adobe has warned.
Adobe Digital Editions e-reader software, version 4.5.5 on Mac, Windows, iOS, and Android, is also involved in this security update. In total, four memory corruption bugs, deemed critical, have been resolved (CVE-2017-3088, CVE-2017-3089, CVE-2017-3093, CVE-2017-3096). The vulnerabilities can all lead to the execution of remote code.
When it comes to Adobe Captivate, versions 8 and 9 alongside the 2017 edition on the Windows and Mac platforms, Adobe fixed an Improper Input Validation problem (CVE-2017-3087), deemed important as it can lead to information disclosure.
Adobe recommends that the security update is accepted and applied without delay, as always.
In May, Adobe fixed a swathe of critical vulnerabilities in Flash and Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) Forms, including memory corruption issues, use-after-free bugs and others which could lead to remote code execution.