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SAP Cfolders Multiple Linked XSS Vulnerabilities
Digital Security Research Group [DSecRG] Advisory #DSECRG-09-021
Original advisory: http://dsecrg.com/pages/vul/show.php?id=121
Application: SAP Cfolders (SAP SRM, SAP ECC, SAP Knowledge Management and SAP NetWeaver cRooms (collaboration rooms))
Vendor URL: http://SAP.com
Bugs: Multiple Liked XSS
Vendor response: 13.01.2009
Date of Public Advisory: 21.04.2009
Reference: SAP note 1292875
Author: Digital Security Research Group [DSecRG] (research [at] dsec [dot] ru)
cFolders (Collaboration Folders) is the SAP web-based application for collaborative sharing of information.
cFolders is part of a suite of applications powered by SAP® NetWeaver™ that integrate project management,
knowledge management and resource management in collaborative inter-enterprise and intra-enterprise
cFolders is integrated to SAP ECC, SAP Product Lifecycle
Management (PLM), SAP Supplier Relationship Management (SRM), SAP Knowledge Management and SAP
NetWeaver™ cRooms (collaboration rooms). Virtual teams can access, view online, subscribe for changes, and
redline documents and product information. Partners and suppliers can interact with cFolders in predefined
collaborative or competitive scenarios.
Multiple Linked XSS vulnerabilities found in SAP Cfolders engine. Any user can cheate a vulnerable link
and steal user's or administrator's cookie.
He can do this using 3 Linked XSS vulnerabilities.
1. Linked XSS found in col_table_filter.htm page. Vulnerable parameter "p_current_role"
2. Linked XSS found in me_ov.htm page. Vulnerable parameter "p_current_role"
The issue has been solved. See SAP note 1292875.
SAP note 1292875
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