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Potential disclosure of persisted data in iPPE, SAP security note 1487973

Description

A malicious user can exploit in function modules of the iPPE and use specially crafted inputs to modify data-base commands, resulting in the retrieval of additional information persisted by the system.

Available fix and Supported packages

  • EA-IPPE | 200 | 200
  • EA-IPPE | 300 | 300
  • EA-IPPE | 400 | 400
  • EA-IPPE | 404 | 404
  • EA-IPPE | 405 | 405
  • EA-IPPE | 406 | 406
  • EA-IPPE | 616 | 616
  • EA-IPPE | 617 | 617
  • EA-IPPE | 618 | 618
  • EA-IPPE 400 | SAPKGPID18 |
  • EA-IPPE 406 | 406 |
  • EA-IPPE 405 | SAPK-40502INEAIPPE |
  • EA-IPPE 200 | SAPKGPIB30 |
  • EA-IPPE 300 | SAPKGPIC22 |
  • EA-IPPE 404 | SAPK-40408INEAIPPE |
  • EA-IPPE 616 | 616 |
  • EA-IPPE 617 | 617 |
  • EA-IPPE 618 | 618 |

Affected component

    AP-PPE
    Integrated Product and Process Engineering

CVSS

Score: 0

Exploit

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

URL

https://launchpad.support.sap.com/#/notes/1487973

TAGS

#PPE
#PDN
#SQL-injection
#database

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