PDF software developer Foxit has released patches to address several high-risk vulnerabilities affecting both Windows and macOS applications. Last week, the company released security updates for both Foxit PhantomPDF Mac and Foxit Reader Mac, to address a vulnerability that could result in code injection or information disclosure.
Windows and Mac users running Foxit's popular PhantomPDF reader should update their installations to the latest version after the US CISA cybersecurity agency warned of a handful of high-severity product vulnerabilities. Foxit has published updates for its software in both Windows and Apple Mac formats.
Foxit Software has released patches for dozens of high-severity flaws impacting its PDF reader and editor platforms. Overall, Foxit Software patched flaws tied to 20 CVEs in Foxit Reader and Foxit PhantomPDF for Windows.
Eight high-severity vulnerabilities exist in the Foxit Reader tool for editing PDF files.
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