Hot Note
Affected system
Java
CVSS
9.1
Component
BC-ESI-UDDI
Patch Day
2020-03
Released on
2020/03/10
SAP Note
2806198
Workaround
No
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Advisory

A note with CVSS 9.1 for component BC-ESI-UDDI was released by SAP on 10.03.2020. The correction/advisory 2806198 was described with "[CVE-2020-6203] Path Manipulation in SAP NetWeaver UDDI Server(Services Registry)" and affects the system type Java.

A workaround does not exist, according to SAP Security Advisory team. It is advisable to implement the correction as part of maintenance.

The vulnerability addressed is directory traversal (write) within Java.

Risk specification

Services Registry allows an unauthenticated attacker to exploit insufficient validation of path information provided by users, resulting in an directory traversal vulnerability which allows write files to the server.

Solution

SAP NetWeaver UDDI Server has been updated to apply a strengthend path validation

Affected System

SAP Netweaver Application Server Java is part of the SAP NetWeaver Application Platform. It provides the complete infrastructure for deploying and running Java applications.

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Protecting your SAP© systems against exploitation of directory traversal vulnerabilities is almost impossible without usage of an appropriate cybersecurity software.

Custom coding may be introduced at any moment. According to statistic, at least one vulnerability exists in a set of 1.000 source code lines. In consequence continuous code vulnerability assements are needed to protect your assets.

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