A malicious user can exploit FS-RI and use specially crafted inputs to disclose additional data or to modify data persisted in the database.
A hard-coded username can result in changes in the program’s behavior when a user is successfully authenticated with this username.
An error in FS-RI permits the reading and writing of arbitrary data using the network.
FS-RI contains ABAP code through which a malicious user can potentially inject and run their own code.
Available fix and Supported packages
- FS-RI | 472 | 472
- FS-RI | 600 | 600
- FS-RI | 650 | 650
- FS-RI | 660 | 660
- FS-RI 472 | SAPK-47222INMSG |
- FS-RI 600 | SAPK-60017INMSG |
- FS-RI 660 | SAPK-66005INMSG |
- FS-RI 650 | SAPK-65011INMSG |
Exploit is not available.
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