This post by SAP Product Security Response Team shares information on Patch Day Security Notes* that are released on second Tuesday of every month and fix vulnerabilities discovered in SAP products. SAP strongly recommends that the customer visits the Support Portal and applies patches on a priority to protect their SAP landscape.
On 14th of January 2020, SAP Security Patch Day saw the release of 6 Security Notes. There are 1 updates to previously released Patch Day Security Notes.
List of security notes released on January Patch Day:
[CVE-2020-6305] Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability in Rest Adapter of SAP Process Integration
[CVE-2020-6304] Denial of service (DOS) in SAP NetWeaver Internet Communication Manager
Missing Authorization check in Realtech RTCISM 100
|2772325||[CVE-2020-6303] Improper input validation in SAP Disclosure Management|
Product - SAP Disclosure Management, Version - 10.1
|2863397||[CVE-2020-6307] Missing Authorization Check in Automated Note Search Tool (SAP_BASIS)|
Product - Automated Note Search Tool (SAP Basis), Versions - 7.0, 7.01,7.02, 7.31, 7.4, 7.5, 7.51, 7.52, 7.53 and 7.54
[CVE-2019-0388] Content spoofing vulnerability in UI5 HTTP Handler
[CVE-2020-6306] Missing Authorization check in SAP Leasing
Security Notes vs Vulnerability Types# - January 2020
#One security note can fix multiple vulnerabilities on same product
Security Notes vs Priority Distribution (August 2019 – January 2020)**
* Patch Day Security Notes are all notes that appear under the category of “Patch Day Notes” in SAP Support Portal
** Any Patch Day Security Note released after the second Tuesday, will be accounted for in the following SAP Security Patch Day.
Customers who would like to take a look at all Security Notes published or updated after December 10, 2019, go to Launchpad Expert Search → Filter 'SAP Security Notes' released between 'December 11, 2019 - January 14, 2020' → Go.
To know more about the security researchers and research companies who have contributed for security patches of this month, visit SAP Product Security Response Acknowledgement Page.
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