Researchers at TippingPoint’s Digital Vaccine Laboratories have reported a new batch of unpatched security holes in Adobe software products.

Over the past week, DVLabs researchers Aaron Portnoy and Logan Brown reported three different “high severity” vulnerabilities in Adobe products and warned that attackers can exploit these flaws to launch remote code execution attacks. 

It is not known which Adobe product or products is affected. The company is withholding details until Adobe releases patches.  

The vulnerabilities have been added to DVLabs’ upcoming advisories page, which also lists unpatched flaws in products sold by SAP, RealNetworks, Sophos and Oracle.

Categories: Malware, Vulnerabilities