As with the second Tuesday of every month, today SAP released its monthly Security Notes to keep your SAP infrastructure secure. This month, SAP published 18 new security notes, and released 11 security notes that were published after May 9th (last patch tuesday), totaling 29 notes that will be analyzed in this post. For the second month in a row there aren’t any notes tagged as Hot News; the most critical risk category that SAP has catalogued for newly discovered vulnerabilities.
As with the second Tuesday of every month, today SAP released its monthly Security Notes to keep your SAP infrastructure secure. This month, SAP published 14 new Security Notes with only one note tagged as High Priority. However, of these 14 notes, four of them are updates to previous publications. Based on the number of fixed vulnerabilities, and the criticality of each, it’s safe to say that this is not a critical patch day for SAP compared to previous months.
As with the second Tuesday of every month, today SAP released its monthly Security Notes. This month, SAP published 19 new Security Notes, as well as a summary of 28 different notes including ones published last patch Tuesday. For a second month in a row, there’s a ‘Hot News’ item relating to Remote Code Execution.
We are just a few days away from the release of SAP’s April Security Notes. Since this past month included some of the most critical notes we have seen to date for SAP, we’d like to review a few things we saw in March to ensure we have everything fully covered before heading into April. It was an interesting month for SAP Security, as findings from our Researchers yielded the second ‘Hot News’ note to date for 2017. In addition however, there were some other important vulnerabilities published in March that were tagged as ‘High Priority’ and should be mitigated if present in SAP systems.
Today SAP release its monthly Security Notes, as they do the every second Tuesday of every month. Among the 27 SAP Security Notes published today, 5 of them are related to SAP HANA, and were originally reported by Onapsis Research Labs. One of them, note #2424173, is the only SAP Security Note tagged as Hot News this month as it solves several vulnerabilities in the Self Service component (disabled by default) that can allow an attacker to fully compromise the SAP HANA system without the need of credentials.
In this month’s SAP Security Notes, it’s noticeable that the priority of the majority of security notes are higher compared to previous month.
So, 2017 begins... and the first Patch Day has arrived. Today, SAP published its first Security Notes post of the year, making a total of 24 notes (21 published today) since the last Security Notes Tuesday in December. The amount of security corrections for each month starts consistent with last year (keeping the average of 25 SAP Security Notes per month). Today SAP published, for the second month in a row, SAP Security Notes for SAP ERP Defense Forces and Public Security.
Onapsis Research Labs First to Help Discover and Fix Vulnerabilities in SAP HANA SPS12 - SAP Security Notes December 2016
Today SAP published 23 Security Notes, making a total of 32 notes since last second Tuesday of November, considering several notes that were published outside of the normal publishing schedule. As with every month, the Onapsis Research Labs have an impact on how SAP Security evolves. This month, 6 SAP Security Notes were reported to SAP by our researchers Sergio Abraham, Nahuel Sanchez and Emiliano Fausto (all of them recognized in SAP Webpage).
Today SAP published 13 Security Notes, two of which were tagged as ‘Hot News’ items. These two bugs were discovered a few months ago by the Onapsis Research Labs and represents the most critical updates to patch in order to properly protect your SAP Systems.
Today, SAP released their monthly security notes. This month, there are 23 new SAP notes that contain new switchable authorization checks in RFC, and 7 SAP notes for missing authorization checks. This month’s security notes also includes 29 note updates from previously published security notes.