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Clickjacking vulnerability in SAP Internet Graphics Server, SAP security note 2254425

Description

IGS allows attacker to put the malicious page in a frame and hijack user clicks meant for the original (top level) page, resulting in Clickjacking vulnerability.

Successful exploitation of this vulnerability leads to unwanted modification of user’s data.

CVSS Information

CVSS v3 Base Score: 4.3 / 10
CVSS v3 Base Vector:

AV : Attack Vector (Related exploit range)

Network (N)

AC : Attack Complexity (Required attack complexity)

Low (L)

PR : Privileges Required (Level of privileges needed to exploit)

None (N)

UI : User Interaction (Required user participation)

Required (R)

S : Scope (Change in scope due to impact caused to components beyond the vulnerable component)

Unchanged (U)

C : Impact to Confidentiality

None (N)

I : Impact to Integrity

Low (L)

A : Impact to Availability

None (N)

SAP provides this CVSS v3 base score as an estimate of the risk posed by the issue reported in this note. This estimate does not take into account your own system configuration or operational environment. It is not intended to replace any risk assessments you are advised to conduct when deciding on the applicability or priority of this SAP security note. For more information, see the FAQ section at https://support.sap.com/securitynotes.

Available fix and Supported packages

  • BC-FES-IGS | 7.20 | 7.20
  • BC-FES-IGS | 7.20EXT | 7.20EXT
  • SAP IGS 7.20 | SP011 | 000011
  • SAP IGS 7.20_EXT | SP011 | 000011

Affected component

    BC-FES-IGS
    Internet Graphics Server

CVSS

Score: 0

Exploit

Detailed vulnerability information added to RedRays Security Platform. Contact [email protected] for details.

URL

https://launchpad.support.sap.com/#/notes/2254425

TAGS

#Open-redirect
#UI-redressing-attack
#IGS
#administration

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