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     APSB19-45 Security update available for Adobe Application Manager
                             11 September 2019


        AusCERT Security Bulletin Summary

Product:           Adobe Application Manager
Publisher:         Adobe
Operating System:  Windows
Impact/Access:     Execute Arbitrary Code/Commands -- Remote with User Interaction
Resolution:        Patch/Upgrade
CVE Names:         CVE-2019-8076  

Original Bulletin: 

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Adobe Security Bulletin

Last Published: September 11, 2019

Security Updates Available for Adobe Application Manager | APSB19-45
|Bulletin ID           |Date Published                       |Priority        |
|APSB19-45             |September 10, 2019                   |3               |


Adobe has released a security update for the Adobe Application
Manager installer for Windows.  This update
resolves an insecure library loading vulnerability in the installer that could
lead to Arbitrary Code Execution.

Affected product versions

|           Product            |       Version       |        Platform        |
|Adobe Application Manager     |10.0                 |Windows                 |
|(installer)                   |                     |                        |


Adobe categorizes these updates with the following priority ratings and
recommends users update their installation to the newest version:

|Product           |Version       |Platform  |Priority|Availability           |
|Adobe Application |2019 Release  |Windows   |3       |Download Centre        |
|Manager           |              |          |        |                       |
|(installer)       |              |          |        |                       |

Note: This vulnerability exclusively impacts the installer used with the Adobe
Application Manager. CVE-2019-8076 does not impact the existing Application
Manager, and there is no action for customer running earlier versions.

Vulnerability details

|Vulnerability Category          |Vulnerability      |Severity  |CVE Numbers  |
|                                |Impact             |          |             |
|Insecure Library Loading (DLL   |Arbitrary Code     |Important |CVE-2019-8076|
|hijacking)                      |Execution          |          |             |


Adobe would like to thank Hamdi Maamri (CVE-2019-8076) for reporting this issue
and for working with Adobe to help protect our customers.

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