SAP J2EE Engine Core telnet interface weak security
|sap-j2eenginecore-telnet-weak-security (59502)||Medium Risk|
SAP J2EE Engine Core could provide weaker than expected security, caused by an unspecified error in the telnet interface. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability to replay authentication credentials and possibly launch further attacks against the system.
Refer to SAP Note 1425847 for patch, upgrade or suggested workaround information. See References.
- Full-Disclosure Mailing List, Wed Jun 16 2010: [Onapsis Security Advisory 2010-005] SAP J2EE Telnet Administration Security Check Bypass.
- SAP Web site: SAP Note 1425847.
- BID-40916: SAP J2EE Engine Telnet Unspecified Information Disclosure Vulnerability
- CVE-2010-2347: The Telnet interface in the SAP J2EE Engine Core (SAP-JEECOR) 6.40 through 7.02, and Server Core (SERVERCORE) 7.10 through 7.30 allows remote authenticated users to bypass a security check and conduct SMB relay attacks via unspecified vectors.
- OSVDB ID: 65613: SAP J2EE Engine Telnet Interface SMB Relay Authentication Bypass
- SA40223: SAP J2EE Telnet Interface Credentials Reflection Vulnerability
- SECTRACK ID: 1024114: SAP J2EE Engine Telnet Interface Lets Remote Authenticated Users Bypass Some Administrative Access Controls
- SAP J2EE Engine Core 6.4
- SAP J2EE Engine Core 7
- SAP J2EE Engine Core 7.01
- SAP J2EE Engine Core 7.02
- SAP J2EE Engine Core 7.1
- SAP J2EE Engine Core 7.11
- SAP J2EE Engine Core 7.2
- SAP J2EE Engine Core 7.3
Jun 16, 2010
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