Version 5.1.3 of Foxit Software's PDF Reader was recently released.
"According to the company, previous versions of Foxit Reader contained a vulnerability, rated as 'highly critical' by security specialist Secunia, is said to be caused by the 'cross-border assignment of an array' which results in memory corruption," The H Security reports.
"The issue was reported to the company early last month and versions up to and including Foxit Reader 126.96.36.1991 are affected; users are advised to upgrade to 5.1.3 to fix the issue," the article states.
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