It is nearly impossible to create error-free software or hardware, and for complex systems, this is even more true. Not every bug is a vulnerability, but many bugs are. A CVSS score ranks these vulnerabilities from highest to lowest priority.
To help businesses identify if their systems are vulnerable, Onapsis has released Instant RECON, an online service and downloadable free and open source tool to scan your internal and external SAP instances to identify if it is patched against the RECON vulnerability, and to look for likely indicators of compromise (IoC) from a successful exploit of RECON.
This week, Oracle released its third Critical Patch Update (CPU) of the year and for the second month in a row, as stated in April’s report, a new historical mark took place. This time, there was a new record in the number of patches, releasing 433 new security patches.
Today, SAP released its monthly patch updates with several fixes, including new details about the critical RECON vulnerability.
It’s clear that many factors are working together to put the applications at the heart of your business at risk, but how much and in what ways? How can you identify and understand the business impact of the issues within your environment?
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