SAP RFC library RFC_START_PROGRAM function information disclosure
|sap-rfc-startprogram-information-disclosure (33422)||Low Risk|
Multiple unspecified applications using the SAP RFC library could allow a remote attacker to obtain sensitive information, caused by improper bounds checking by the RFC_START_PROGRAM function. A remote attacker could exploit this vulnerability to view RFC server configurations.
Upgrade to the latest version of the SAP RFC library, as listed in SAP Notes 1003908 and 1004084, available from the SAP Service Marketplace Web site. See References.
- CYBSEC-Security Advisory 2007-04-03: SAP RFC START PROGRAM RFC Function Multiple Vulnerabilities.
- SAP Service Marketplace Web site: Welcome to the SAP Service Marketplace.
- BID-23313: SAP RFC_Start_Gui RFC Function Unspecified Buffer Overflow and Informaiton Vulnerabilities
- CVE-2007-1914: The RFC_START_PROGRAM function in the SAP RFC Library 6.40 and 7.00 before 20061211 allows remote attackers to obtain sensitive information (external RFC server configuration data) via unspecified vectors, a different vulnerability than CVE-2006-6010. NOTE: This information is based upon a vague initial disclosure. Details will be updated after the grace period has ended.
- SA24722: SAP RFC Library Multiple Vulnerabilities
- SAP SAP RFC library 6.40
- SAP SAP RFC library 7.00
Apr 03, 2007
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