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SAP FI Manager Self-Service Hardcoded Username

SAP FI Manager Self-Service Hardcoded Username
Posted Jul 29, 2014
Authored by Sergio Abraham | Site onapsis.com

Onapsis Security Advisory - SAP FI Manager Self-Service contains a hardcoded username which could allow a user to access functions or information that should be restricted.

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SAP FI Manager Self-Service Hardcoded Username

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Onapsis Security Advisory 2014-024: Hard-coded Username in SAP FI
Manager Self-Service

This advisory can be downloaded in PDF format from http://www.onapsis.com/.

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1. Impact on Business

SAP FI Manager Self-Service contains a hard-coded username which could
allow a user to access functions or information that should be restricted.

Risk Level: Medium


2. Advisory Information

- - Public Release Date: 2014-07-29

- - Subscriber Notification Date: 2014-07-29

- - Last Revised: 2014-07-25

- - Security Advisory ID: ONAPSIS-2014-024

- - Onapsis SVS ID: ONAPSIS-00079

- - Researcher: Sergio Abraham

- - Initial Base CVSS v2: 6.0 (AV:N/AC:M/AU:S/C:P/I:P/A:P)

3. Vulnerability Information

- - Vendor: SAP

- - Affected Components:

- SAP FI Manager Self-Service
(Check SAP Note 1929473 for detailed information on affected releases)

- - Vulnerability Class: Use of Hard-coded credentials (CWE-798)

- - Remotely Exploitable: Yes

- - Locally Exploitable: No

- - Authentication Required: Yes (single)

- - Detection Module available in Onapsis X1: Yes

- - Original Advisory:
http://www.onapsis.com/resources/get.php?resid=adv_onapsis-2014-024


4. Affected Components Description

SAP FI Manager Self-Service allows management employees to perform their
tasks and decision processes using different services and applications
in a central location.


5. Vulnerability Details

The program code contains a hard-coded user name that changes the
system's behavior if that user is successfully authenticated. The user
may obtain additional information that should not be displayed.

Technical details about this issue are not disclosed at this moment with
the purpose of providing enough time to affected customers to patch
their systems and protect against the exploitation of the described
vulnerability.

6. Solution

SAP has released SAP Note 1929473 which provides patched versions of the
affected components.

The patches can be downloaded from
https://service.sap.com/sap/support/notes/1929473.

Onapsis strongly recommends SAP customers to download the related
security fixes and apply them to the affected components in order to
reduce business risks.


7. Report Timeline

2013-08-29: Onapsis provides vulnerability information to SAP AG.
2013-08-30: SAP confirms having the information of vulnerability.
2014-04-18: SAP releases security patches.
2014-07-29: Onapsis notifies public availability of security advisory.


About Onapsis, Inc.

Onapsis provides innovative security software solutions to protect ERP
systems from cyber-attacks. Through unmatched ERP security, compliance
and continuous monitoring products, Onapsis secures the
business-critical infrastructure of its global customers against
espionage, sabotage and financial fraud threats.

Onapsis X1, the company's flagship product, is the industry's first
comprehensive solution for the automated security assessment of SAP
platforms. Being the first and only SAP-certified solution of its kind,
Onapsis X1 allows customers to perform automated Vulnerability
Assessments, Security & Compliance Audits and Penetration Tests over
their entire SAP platform.

Onapsis is backed by the Onapsis Research Labs, a world-renowned team of
SAP & ERP security experts who are continuously invited to lecture at
the leading IT security conferences, such as RSA and BlackHat, and
featured by mainstream media such as CNN, Reuters, IDG and New York Times.

For further information about our solutions, please contact us at
info@onapsis.com and visit our website at www.onapsis.com.
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