SAP Security Patches
Date: 12 December 2017
The purpose of this advisory is to bring attention to a series of security updates that resolve numerous vulnerabilities with various SAP applications.
SAP's security advisory outlines numerous patches that resolve vulnerabilities in their products.
- SAP Netweaver Documentation and Translation tools
- Trusted RFC connection
- SAP Business Objects Enterprise
- SAP BI Promotion Management Application
- SAP Business Warehouse Universal Data Integration
- SAP NetWeaver Knowledge Management Configuration Service
- SAP Business Intelligence Promotion Management Application
- SAP Business Objects Platform
- SAP Note Assistant
- SAP Startup Service
- SAP HANA extended application services
- SAP Netweaver Internet Transaction Server (ITS)
- SAP Plant Connectivity (PCo)
SAP Security Note References: 2357141, 2449757, 2026174, 253712, 2537545, 2457562, 2531656, 2523913, 2408073, 2520995, 2522510, 2549983, 2546220, 2526781, 25294080.
CVE References : CVE-2014-0094, CVE-2017-16678, CVE-2017-16679, CVE-2017-16680, CVE-2017-16681, CVE-2017-16682, CVE-2017-16683, CVE-2017-16684, CVE-2017-16685, CVE-2017-16687, CVE-2017-16689, CVE-2017-16690, CVE-2017-16691
Please note that SAP credentials are required to access these references on the link provided below.
CCIRC recommends that system administrators refer to the linked security note where SAP expands on the details of the vulnerabilities of each of the security notes and provides a patch to resolve the issues on each respective product.
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