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Arpine Maghakyan

Arpine Maghakyan

Security Researcher of RedRays.

WebdocsUnauthorized Content Modification & Session Handling, SAP security note 1505976

Description

This security note address two security issues which are as given below.
1. The HTML files of the BSP Application WebDocuments is vulnerable to Cross Site Scripting. This can be done by embedding HTML into a page that someone else will open. The application could be abused by a malicious user, who could modify displayed application content without authorization and potentially obtain authentication information fromother legitimate users.
2. WebDocuments does not have the logoff feature and session management which might lead to session hijacking.

Available fix and Supported packages

  • EA-APPL | 110 | 110
  • EA-APPL | 200 | 200
  • EA-APPL | 500 | 500
  • EA-APPL | 600 | 600
  • EA-APPL | 602 | 602
  • EA-APPL | 603 | 603
  • EA-APPL | 604 | 604
  • EA-APPL | 605 | 605
  • EA-APPL 500 | SAPKGPAC24 |
  • EA-APPL 600 | SAPKGPAD19 |
  • EA-APPL 602 | SAPK-60209INEAAPPL |
  • EA-APPL 603 | SAPK-60308INEAAPPL |
  • EA-APPL 604 | SAPK-60409INEAAPPL |
  • EA-APPL 605 | SAPK-60503INEAAPPL |
  • EA-APPL 110 | SAPKGPAA32 |
  • EA-APPL 200 | SAPKGPAB21 |

Affected component

    CA-DMS
    Document management

CVSS

Score: 0

Exploit

Exploit is not available.
For detailed information please contact the mail [email protected]

URL

https://launchpad.support.sap.com/#/notes/1505976

TAGS

#XXS
#Cross-Site-Scripting
#WebDocuments
#BSP
#CVAW
#Session-Handling
#Logoff

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