Today, SAP released their latest batch of monthly Security Notes. Despite this month not being specifically critical, Denial of Service attacks are a central point of concern. A Denial of Service (DoS) attack intends to make one or more resource unavailable. In the case of SAP, DoS attacks could be a partial and affect only a specific program or database, or they could be complete, taking all SAP infrastructure offline.
Today we have released 12 new Oracle application advisories which affect two different products: Oracle E-Business Suite and JD Edwards. The advisories include various types of vulnerabilities such as Cross Site Scripting, Denial of Service, Password Disclosure and User Creation. After great success uncovering hundreds of vulnerabilities in SAP systems, our Research Labs are expanding our security advisories to now include Oracle products.
Today, Onapsis Research Labs released 15 advisories related to SAP HANA and some building components, as well as Internal Communication Channels (also known as TREXNet). This is the first launch of more than 40 advisories we will be publishing in the following month including several vulnerabilities we have discovered in business critical application such as SAP and Oracle. In this blogpost, we'll analyze two different vulnerabilities affecting SAP HANA.
Yesterday, Oracle released its July 2016 Oracle Critical Patch Update (CPU). This post serves to provide Oracle customers with a detailed analysis of the latest vulnerabilities affecting Oracle business critical applications.
On the second Tuesday of every month, SAP releases their latest Security Notes. This month there were 36 SAP Security Notes (taking into account 26 Support Packages and 10 Patch Day Notes & including the ones published after last second Tuesday). Of these notes, there are two important things to highlight: