Medium Severity
Affected system
Java
CVSS
5.4
Component
BC-XI-IBC
Patch Day
2020-11
Released on
2020/11/10
SAP Note
2824209
Workaround
Yes
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Advisory

A note with CVSS 5.4 for component BC-XI-IBC was released by SAP on 10.11.2020. The correction/advisory 2824209 was described with "Clickjacking vulnerability in SAP Process Integration (Integration Builder Framework)" and affects the system type Java.

A workaround exists, according to SAP Security Advisory team. It is advisable to implement the correction as project.

The vulnerability addressed is clickjacking within Java.

Risk specification

Integration Builder Framework of SAP Process Integration does not restrict or incorrectly restricts frame objects or UI layers that belong to another application or domain, resulting in Clickjacking vulnerability.

Solution

A whitelist check for sites that are allowed to embed the application in their frames is now offered via a new Clickjacking Framing Protection framework.  Although an alternative solution exists, it is advisable to apply the correction! This is the workaround, which was suggested by the SAP security experts: "Clickjacking protection engine on IDS/IPS/firewall/reverse proxy systems. ".

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.

The advisory is valid for

  • SAP_XIESR 7.10-7.11
  • SAP_XIESR 7.20
  • SAP_XIESR 7.30
  • SAP_XIESR 7.31
  • SAP_XIESR 7.40
  • SAP_XIESR 7.50
  • SAP_XITOOL 7.10-7.11
  • SAP_XITOOL 7.30
  • SAP_XITOOL 7.31
  • SAP_XITOOL 7.40
  • SAP_XITOOL 7.50

 

 

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