Flaws revealed in Adobe Version Cue

Wednesday, 31 August 2005, 2:19 PM EST

Two new security vulnerabilities were revealed this week in Adobe Systems' Version Cue software, the second and third security flaws discovered in the company's software in less than two weeks, according to security consulting firm iDefense.

Both flaws allow local attackers to gain root privileges to a machine through Version Cue, the file-version manager in Adobe's Creative Suite software, according to Michael Sutton, director of iDefense Labs.

By Elizabeth Montalbano at InfoWorld.

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