German multinational software corporation SAP this week released 11 Notes as part of the November 2019 Security Patch Day, along with four updates to previously released patches.
All of the four updates are for Patch Day Security Notes that have been rated Hot News and which feature CVSS scores above 9.
The most important of these updates is for a Security Note released in April 2018, and which includes a new version of Chromium for SAP Business Client. With a CVSS score of 9.8, this Hot News Security Note has seen several updates this year and will likely continue to in the coming months.
The last three Hot News Security Note updates address CVE-2019-0330, an OS command injection vulnerability in SAP Diagnostics Agent (CVSS score 9.1).
Of the remaining eleven Security Notes released this week, one is rated High priority, while the remaining are all Medium severity.
The High priority note is a missing XML validation vulnerability in SAP BusinessObjects Business Intelligence Platform, specifically the Web Intelligence HTML interface. Tracked as CVE-2019-0396, the security bug has a CVSS score of 7.1.
This month, SAP patched two Medium priority cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities, one impacting SAP Enable Now, tracked as CVE-2019-0385, and another affecting Business Objects BI Platform, tracked as CVE-2019-0382.
The software maker also addressed three missing authorization check issues that affect ERP Sales and SAP S/4HANA Sales (CVE-2019-0386) and Treasury and Risk Management (CVE-2019-0384 and CVE-2019-0383).
Additionally, SAP patched a privilege escalation weakness in NetWeaver Application Server Java (CVE-2019-0389), a SQL injection in Quality Management (CVE-2019-0393), content spoofing in UI5 HTTP Handler (CVE-2019-0388), and information disclosure issues in Data Hub (CVE-2019-0390) and NetWeaver Application Server Java (CVE-2019-0391).
Another issue that SAP addressed this month, although no new Note was published on the November 2019 Security Patch Day, is a High priority missing authorization check in SAP Internet Pricing Configurator (IPC), reveals Onapsis, a company that specializes in securing Oracle and SAP products.