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[DSECRG-09-016] SAP SAPDB Multiple XSS
Mar 31 2009 05:09PM
Alexandr Polyakov (alexandr polyakov dsec ru)
Digital Security Research Group [DSecRG] Advisory #DSECRG-09-016
!!! original advisory !!!
Versions Affected: Last
Vendor URL: http://SAP.com
Vendor response: 20.11.2008
Date of Public Advisory: 31.03.2009
Author: Digital Security Research Group [DSecRG] (research [at] dsec [dot] ru)
SAP MaxDB Web Database engine which listens port 9999 has Linked XSS security vulnerability
Linked XSS vulnerability found in script "webdbm".
vulnerable parameters are:
Attacker can inject XSS in this parameters and steal administrators cookie.
Alternatively he can make a fake login page by injecting a script than can change login page and
send passwords to attacker when
user try to log on.
The responsible development unit said that webdbm
is outdated and that customers should deinstall it and use the "Database Studio" instead.
See SAP note 1281820.
SAP note 1281820.
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