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Unauthorized modification of stored content in FIN-SEM-CPM, SAP security note 2081677

Description

FIN-SEM-CPM can be abused by an attacker, allowing them to modify application content, persist the modified content without authorization, and to potentially obtain authentication information from other legitimate users.

Available fix and Supported packages

  • SEM-BW | 700 | 700
  • SEM-BW | 602 | 602
  • SEM-BW | 603 | 603
  • SEM-BW | 604 | 604
  • SEM-BW | 605 | 605
  • SEM-BW | 736 | 736
  • SEM-BW | 634 | 634
  • SEM-BW | 746 | 746
  • SEM-BW | 747 | 747
  • SEM-BW 602 | SAPK-60217INSEMBW |
  • SEM-BW 603 | SAPK-60316INSEMBW |
  • SEM-BW 604 | SAPK-60417INSEMBW |
  • SEM-BW 634 | SAPK-63409INSEMBW |
  • SEM-BW 605 | SAPK-60514INSEMBW |
  • SEM-BW 746 | SAPK-74609INSEMBW |
  • SEM-BW 747 | SAPK-74707INSEMBW |
  • SEM-BW 700 | SAPK-70027INSEMBW |
  • SEM-BW 736 | SAPK-73615INSEMBW |

Affected component

    FIN-SEM-CPM
    Corporate Performance Monitor

CVSS

Score: 0

Exploit

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

URL

https://launchpad.support.sap.com/#/notes/2081677

TAGS

#Stored-cross-site-scripting
#XSS
#FIN-SEM-CPM

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