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Security researchers claim that a large majority of SAP systems deployed inside organizations are vulnerable to attacks that could completely compromise their sensitive data because of an insecure default configuration.
SAP users are being advised by security firm Onapsis to review their software configuration settings to mitigate the risk of a default setting that could expose all SAP implementations to exploitation by attackers.
A vulnerability arising from the default installation of popular business management platform SAP could lead to a full compromise of the system say researchers.
Most SAP implementations continue to be impacted by a security configuration flaw initially documented in 2005, Onapsis warns.
Onapsis researchers revealed a critical security configuration vulnerability that results from default installations in SAP systems which if left insecure, could lead to a full system compromise in unprotected environments.
A critically vulnerable default security configuration in SAP systems that was first observed 13 years ago continues to exist in many current implementations, warns a new threat report from the ERP platform security experts at Onapsis.
SC Media Senior Reporter Bradley Barth took five cybersecurity experts out on a field trip during RSA 2018, conducting what may be the industry's first-ever series of interviews on the famous San Francisco's cable car system -- the only one in the world that is still operated manually. (Try hacking that!)
Oracle Corporation (NYSE:ORCL) released a new quarterly critical patch update (CPU) for its product portfolio
Oracle Corporation (NYSE:ORCL) has released a new quarterly critical patch update (CPU) for its product portfolio, fixing 254 vulnerabilities across 20 product families. More than two-thirds of those flaws are located in business-critical applications and 42 are rated critical.
Oracle has released a new quarterly critical patch update (CPU) for its product portfolio, fixing 254 vulnerabilities across 20 product families. More than two-thirds of those flaws are located in business-critical applications and 42 are rated critical.
High-profile cyber risks could allow unauthorized users to steal sensitive business information and take full control of systems
Leaders in business-critical application security publish in-depth report identifying how to properly audit and securely configure SAP HANA systems
High-profile cyber-risks reveal unauthorized users could perform Cross Site Scripting, Denial of Service, Password Disclosure and User Creation attacks
Onapsis Selected as Mass Technology Leadership Council’s 19th Annual Technology Leadership Awards Finalist
MassTLC Annual Celebration of Innovation Casts Spotlight on Onapsis for Innovative Technology of the Year
High-profile cyber-risks reveal unauthorized users could access arbitrary business information, and tamper with audit logs to hide evidence of attacks
Veracode veteran to drive strategic business strategy in European regions
Leaders in business-critical application security recognized for innovation and excellence in their industry
Onapsis obtient les certifications ISO 9001:2008 pour les systèmes de management de la qualité et ISO/IEC 90003:2004 pour l’ingénierie du logiciel
Le numéro un de la sécurité des applications stratégiques est reconnu par les normes internationales ISO
Onapsis to Present "Defending Against the Rising Trend of SAP Cyberattacks" at Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit
CEO Mariano Nunez to discuss growing trends and the current state of SAP cybersecurity