TMSADM user with Default Password: another risk in your SAP system

As our readers know, we continuously share details to raise awareness and enable organizations to further secure their SAP infrastructure. In this specific blog, we will focus on one of the well-known SAP default users: TMSADM. What the security implications are of having it enabled with default passwords, and how to properly protect it? As you can imagine, it is not as simple as it sounds, so that’s why we created this blogpost for you.SAP Security, SAP TMSADMResearchDaniel Antonieli08/18/2017
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Oracle July CPU Analysis: Onapsis helps patch critical vulnerability in E-business Suite

As a security vendor and Research Labs with the goal of protecting our customer’s business-critical applications we also have the continuous balance of proactively informing the community about emerging threats affecting their critical applications. A big part of this is our continuous work with vendors to help them secure vulnerabilities in their software. Today, for the third time, the July 2017 Oracle Critical Patch Update breaks a record on number of patched bugs with 308 vulnerabilities solved.ResearchMatias Mevied07/18/2017
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SAP Security Notes July 2017: Patched Denial Of Service Vulnerability affecting all SAP Platforms

Today is the the second Tuesday of July and as our readers already know that today SAP released its monthly Security Notes. Here is our monthly report on how to improve your ERP security and take care of your most critical information. Today SAP released 16 new security notes, summing up to a total of 23 taking into account the ones published after second Tuesday last month. For the third month in a row there aren’t any notes tagged as Hot News.SAP, SAP Security Notes, SAP vulnerabilities, SAP Denial of ServiceSAP Security NotesSebastian Bortnik07/11/2017
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