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Onapsis Security Advisory 2010-004: SAP J2EE Authentication Phishing Vector
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By exploiting this vulnerability, an internal or external attacker would be able perform attacks on the Organization's users through weaknesses in the SAP system.
An attacker would send specially crafted emails to users of the Organization's SAP system. After they have been successfully authenticated by the application, they would be redirected to an attacker's controlled web site where he would be able to perform different attacks over their systems and/or trick them into providing sensitive information.
. SAP JAVA CORE 6.40 < SP26 . SAP JAVA CORE 7.00 < SP02 . SAP JAVA CORE 7.01 < SP07 . SAP JAVA CORE 7.02 < SP03
The SAP J2EE Engine is a key component of the SAP NetWeaver application platform, which enables the development and execution of Java solutions in SAP landscapes.
The J2EE Engine is the component on which, for example, the SAP Enterprise Portal solution is built and executed.
The Authentication mechanism of the SAP J2EE Engine (which is shared by the Enterprise Portal and other solutions) suffers from a phishing vector vulnerability, which may allow a remote attacker to perform different attacks to the organization's SAP users.
Onapsis is not distributing technical details about this issue to the general public at this moment in order to provide enough time to affected customers to patch their systems and protect against the exploitation of the described vulnerability.
SAP has released SAP Note 1175239, which provides a patched version of the affected components.
This patch can be downloaded from https://service.sap.com/sap/support/notes/1175239 .
Onapsis strongly recommends SAP customers to download the related security fix and apply it to the affected components in order to reduce business risks.
. 2009-11-24: Onapsis provides vulnerability information to SAP. . 2009-11-24: SAP confirms reception of vulnerability submission. . 2010-02-09: SAP releases security patch. . 2010-02-10: Onapsis releases security advisory.
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