Ghostscript flaw could allow attackers to take remote control of systems – and there’s no fix yet

A vulnerability in Ghostscript, a widely used interpreter for Abode PostScript and PDF page description languages could allow attackers to remotely take control of vulnerable systems – and there’s currently no patch available to protect against the exploit being used.

Ghostscript interpreter is used by large number of vendors which produce software suites and coding libraries for enabling desktop software and web servers to use products using Postscript or PDFs – common tools used in the day to day activity of enterprises.

Read more about the vulnerability affecting vendors including Red Hat, Ubuntu, Artifex Software and ImageMagick, on TechRepublic.