SAP Security Notes, August 2022

Note 3102769 was rereleased in August with updated solution information. The workaround detailed in the original note has been moved to the new note 3221696. The workaround provides steps for deactivating the SAP IKS component to address a high priority cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in SAP Knowledge Warehouse.

Note 3150454 was also updated to enforce authorization checks in lower SP levels of SAP NetWeaver Application Server ABAP when RFC destinations are modified using transaction SM59.

Note 3210823 addresses an information disclosure vulnerability in Open Document within SAP BusinessObjects Business Intelligence Platform (BOBJ). Open Document is a web application that processes incoming URL requests for documents and other objects. The vulnerability can be exploited by unauthenticated attackers to retrieve sensitive information over the network. The impacted versions of BOBJ are 4.2 SP009 and 4.3 SP002 – SP003.

Notes 3213524 and 3213507 patch lower-priority information disclosure vulnerabilities in the commentary and monitoring databases of SAP BOBJ that could lead to the exposure of sensitive system data. The vulnerabilities require network access for successful exploitation.

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