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SAP Solution Manager and SAP Focused Run (update provided in WILY_INTRO_ENTERPRISE 9.7, 10.1, 10.5, 10.7), allows an unauthenticated attackers to bypass the authentication if the default passwords for Admin and Guest have not been changed by the administrator.This may impact the confidentiality of the service.
SAP Solution Manager (Trace Analysis), version 7.20, allows an attacker to perform a log injection into the trace file, due to Incomplete XML Validation. The readability of the trace file is impaired.
SAP Solution Manager (Problem Context Manager), version 7.2, does not perform the necessary authentication, allowing an attacker to consume large amounts of memory, causing the system to crash and read restricted data (files visible for technical administration users of the diagnostics agent).
SAP Solution Manager (Trace Analysis), version 7.20, allows an attacker to inject superflous data that can be displayed by the application, due to Incomplete XML Validation. The application shows additional data that do not actually exist.
SAP Solution Manager (Diagnostics Agent), version 7.2, does not perform the authentication check for the functionalities of the Collector Simulator, leading to Missing Authentication.
SAP Solution Manager (User Experience Monitoring), version- 7.2, due to Missing Authentication Check does not perform any authentication for a service resulting in complete compromise of all SMDAgents connected to the Solution Manager.
SAP Solution Manager (Diagnostics Agent), version 720, allows unencrypted connections from unauthenticated sources. This allows an attacker to control all remote functions on the Agent due to Missing Authentication Check.
Diagnostics Agent in Solution Manager, version 7.2, stores several credentials such as SLD user connection as well as Solman user communication in the SAP Secure Storage file which is not encrypted by default. By decoding these credentials, an attacker with admin privileges could gain access to the entire configuration, but no system sensitive information can be gained.
Under certain conditions Solution Manager, version 7.2, allows an attacker to access information which would otherwise be restricted.
SAP Solution Manager, 7.10, 7.20, Incident Management Work Center allows an attacker to upload a malicious script as an attachment and this could lead to possible Cross-Site Scripting.
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