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Make a SAP decision: Apply these security fixes if you're using German giant's software
11 patches ship on Patch Tuesday
While you were sighing your way through Microsoft's Patch Tuesday, enterprise vendor SAP slid 11 security advisories under your door.
Top of the list is a depressingly familiar howler in SAP Cloud Connector pre-version 2.11.3: the software neglects authentication checks for functions that require user identity (CVE-2019-0246). A related bug in Cloud Connector (the same versions), CVE-2019-0247, can be exploited to achieve remote code injection.
The German titan's systems management environment, SAP Landscape Management, is also on the critical list thanks to a sketchily described information disclosure bug, CVE-2019-0249.
Two other products suffered authentication slip-ups. The company's BW/4HANA data warehouse (CVE-2019-0243), and SAP Enterprise Financial Services (CVE-2018-2484), both have authentication blunders that can result in privilege escalation.
SAP Financial Consolidation Cube Designer could reveal password hashes (CVE-2018-2499), and the ABAP application server had an undefined information disclosure bug (CVE-2019-0248).
There are two denial-of-service bugs in the list: one in the company's Work and Inventory Manager (CVE-2019-0241), the other via crafted malicious links in Business Objects for Android (CVE-2019-0240).
Finally, there's one cross-site scripting bug patched in SAP Commerce (CVE-2019-0238) and two in the company's CRM Web Client UI (CVE-2019-0244 and CVE-2019-0245).
SAP's list of patches and notices is here. You should apply updates as soon as possible. ®