SAP Security Notes, June 2020
Hot News note 2928570 patches a critical remote code execution vulnerability in SAP Liquidity Management for Banking. The vulnerability impacts connections using the Apache JServ Protocol (AJP) in Apache Tomcat. AJP connections should be blocked if not required by disabling the AJP Connector. The connections can be exploited to read and process arbitrary files in the Apache web server. This can be abused to perform remote code execution if web applications allow file uploads and the processing of files as JavaServer Pages. Apache Tomcat has been upgraded to harden the AJP Connector. However, SAP does not recommend upgrading the web server. Rather, note 2928570 provides manual procedures for disabling the AJP Connector or securing AJP connections with a secret key.
Note 2918924 provides instructions for removing hard-coded Credentials in SAP Commerce and SAP Commerce Datahub. The use of default passwords for admin and other built-in accounts has been discontinued for new installations of SAP Commerce. Since re-initializing SAP Commerce leads to the deletion of all data in the application, SAP recommends using the scripts in Note 2922193 to remove default credentials in existing installations.
Note 2933282 removes a missing authorization check that could lead to an escalation of privileges in SAP SuccessFactors Recruiting.
Notes 2906366 and 2734580 includes corrections for high priority information disclosure vulnerabilities in SAP Commerce and SAP NetWeaver Application Server ABAP (AS ABAP), respectively.