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Potential disclosure and modification of persisted data, SAP security note 1495062

Description

A malicious user can exploit the Schedule Manager supporting reports and use specially crafted inputs to execute arbitrary database commands to retrieve the data persisted by the system.

Available fix and Supported packages

  • SAP_APPL | 46B | 46B
  • SAP_ABA | 46C | 46C
  • SAP_ABA | 620 | 620
  • SAP_ABA | 640 | 640
  • SAP_ABA | 700 | 702
  • SAP_ABA | 710 | 711
  • SAP_ABA | 730 | 730
  • SAP_APPL 46B | SAPKH46B62 |
  • SAP_ABA 46C | SAPKA46C62 |
  • SAP_ABA 620 | SAPKA62070 |
  • SAP_ABA 710 | SAPKA71012 |
  • SAP_ABA 702 | SAPKA70207 |
  • SAP_ABA 711 | SAPKA71107 |
  • SAP_ABA 640 | SAPKA64028 |
  • SAP_ABA 700 | SAPKA70024 |
  • SAP_ABA 701 | SAPKA70109 |
  • SAP_ABA 730 | SAPKA73003 |

Affected component

    CA-GTF-SCM
    Schedule Manager

CVSS

Score: 0

Exploit

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

URL

https://launchpad.support.sap.com/#/notes/1495062

TAGS

#security
#vulnerability
#SQL-injection
#database

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