This note is valid for the DBA Cockpit on Oracle.
For the SQL Command Editor
Performance -> Additional Functions -> SQL Command Editors
this note delivers an additional authorization check.
In general, the SQL Command Editor is a tool that can be used to analyze Oracle performance views (V$ views, GV$ views, DBA views). In addition, table contents can be displayed; this is the case if the user has the display authorization for transaction SE16. This note delivers a correction that provides another check for all tables or views that are contained in the SQL query: The system also checks whether the tables or views are defined in the SAP ABAP Dictionary, and it checks for the authorization group.
CVSS Score: 2.1
CVSS Base Vector: AV:N/AC:H/AU:S/C:P/I:N/A:N
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Available fix and Supported packages
- SAP_BASIS | 701 | 702
- SAP_BASIS | 711 | 730
- SAP_BASIS | 731 | 731
- SAP_BASIS 702 | SAPKB70205 |
- SAP_BASIS 711 | SAPKB71106 |
- SAP_BASIS 720 | SAPKB72004 |
- SAP_BASIS 701 | SAPKB70108 |
- SAP_BASIS 730 | SAPKB73001 |
Database Monitors for Oracle
Exploit is not available.
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