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Purchasing Agent Security Note for XSRF and BSP Applicat., SAP security note 1505302

Description

A malicious user can trigger functionality in the BSP applications of the Portal Role “Purchasing Agent” without authentication and authorization. The role is contained in the business package “External Procurment”. The affected BSP applications are “MMPUR_DOCTRK” (Document Tracing) and “MMPUR_VNDCNF” (Vendor Confirmations).

Available fix and Supported packages

  • SAP_APPL | 500 | 500
  • SAP_APPL | 600 | 600
  • SAP_APPL | 602 | 602
  • SAP_APPL | 603 | 603
  • SAP_APPL | 604 | 604
  • SAP_APPL | 605 | 605
  • SAP_APPL 500 | SAPKH50024 |
  • SAP_APPL 600 | SAPKH60019 |
  • SAP_APPL 602 | SAPKH60209 |
  • SAP_APPL 603 | SAPKH60308 |
  • SAP_APPL 604 | SAPKH60409 |
  • SAP_APPL 605 | SAPKH60503 |
  • SAP_APPL 605 | SAPKH60504 |
  • SAP_APPL 500 | SAPKH50025 |

Affected component

    EP-PCT-PUR-BP
    BP for Buyer

CVSS

Score: 0

Exploit

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

URL

https://launchpad.support.sap.com/#/notes/1505302

TAGS

#Cross-Site-Request-Forgery
#XSRF
#Purchasing-Agent
#BSP
#Security

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