First published: Thu Nov 16 2023(Updated: )
Adobe Premiere Pro version 24.0 (and earlier) and 23.6 (and earlier) are affected by an Access of Uninitialized Pointer vulnerability that could lead to disclosure of sensitive memory. An attacker could leverage this vulnerability to bypass mitigations such as ASLR. Exploitation of this issue requires user interaction in that a victim must open a malicious file.
|Affected Software||Affected Version||How to fix|
|Adobe Premiere Pro||<=23.6|
|Adobe Premiere Pro||=24.0|
CVE-2023-47060 is a vulnerability in Adobe Premiere Pro that allows for disclosure of sensitive memory through an uninitialized variable.
Adobe Premiere Pro version 23.6 and earlier, as well as version 24.0 and earlier, are affected by CVE-2023-47060.
CVE-2023-47060 has a severity rating of low, with a score of 3.3.
An attacker can exploit CVE-2023-47060 to bypass mitigations like ASLR and gain access to sensitive memory.
You can find more information about CVE-2023-47060 on the Adobe Premiere Pro security page: https://helpx.adobe.com/security/products/premiere_pro/apsb23-65.html