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Unpatched vulnerabilities, common misconfigurations and hidden flaws in custom code continue to make enterprise SAP applications a target rich environment for attackers at a time when threats like ransomware and credential theft have emerged as major concerns for organizations.

A study that Onapsis conducted last year, in collaboration with SAP, found attackers are continuously targeting vulnerabilities in a wide range of SAP applications including ERP, supply chain management, product life cycle management and customer relationship management.  Active scanning for SAP ports has increased since 2020 among attackers looking to exploit known vulnerabilities, particularly a handful of highly critical CVEs.

The study showed that often attackers have proof-of-concept code for newly disclosed vulnerabilities in as little as 24 hours after initial disclosure. and fully working exploits for them in under three days. Onapsis observed attackers finding and attacking brand new cloud-hosted SAP systems in barely three hours.

Yet, many organizations are continuing to leave SAP applications unpatched or are failing to apply recommended updates for months—and sometimes even years—because of concerns over business disruption and application breakages. A Pathlock sponsored report earlier this year, that was based on a survey of 346 members of the SAPinsider user community, showed 47% of respondents ranking patching as their biggest challenge behind only threat detection.

"With known SAP vulnerabilities totaling 1,143, organizations continue to struggle with prioritizing which of these presents the greatest risk to their specific environment," says Piyush Pandey, CEO of Pathlock. "There must be a shift in mindset to factor in risk levels that allow for immediate mitigations of the most pressing threats," he says.

The security of custom code ranked as the next biggest concern after patching, with 40% identifying it as an issue. The Pathlock survey found many organizations have dozens or even hundreds of SAP systems in place making patching difficult and time consuming, especially because they are trying to avoid disruptions and app breakages.

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Killexams : Industrial Manufacturing: Ready To Reclaim The Digital Transformation Crown?

By Judy Cubiss, SAP

Manufacturing companies have typically been deemed laggards when it comes to technology adoption habits. Such a reputation does seem puzzling for an industry once at the forefront of using integrated ERP and breakthrough innovations such as programmable machines, industrial robotics, the Internet of Things, and artificial intelligence.

But it’s difficult to escape the realization that the industry has delayed its transition to the cloud because it’s invested in legacy technology investments. Banking, retail, and insurance industries have typically followed manufacturers’ lead in digitalization and are now moving aggressively to the cloud. So why haven’t manufacturers continued their legacy as digital transformation pioneers?

Perhaps this apprehension toward the cloud is due to the DNA of industrial manufacturing businesses. To bring products into the market, manufacturers need rock-solid operations. Therefore, it’s reasonable to believe they’ll move to the cloud once they see the technology as equally rock-solid and an opportunity for improvement.

Laggards or conscientious transformers?

In a latest episode of “The Future of Mobility and Manufacturing,” Matthieu van Bilsen, Global Partner for Discrete Industries at the IBM Industry Centre of Excellence, and Patrick Lamm, Senior Director for the Industry Business Unit of Industrial Manufacturing at SAP, joined Bonnie D. Graham to shed light on manufacturers’ delay on acceptance of the cloud.

“Cloud technology is [now] becoming a default for driving costs down and accelerating value,” said van Bilsen. “But in the past, a lot of companies were reluctant to adopt it because of concerns such as network latency and security issues. That’s not the problem for industrial manufacturers anymore. Instead, the challenge is whether they can adapt and get the most benefits from the cloud.”

The cloud offers businesses two advantages: integration and extensibility. All the data and the systems in a company can become immediately available to participants – employees, stakeholders, partners, vendors, decision-makers, and executives – in the business network. Then, companies can include their customers in the value chain by connecting with them through assets, applications, and devices to keep track of the business’s value, innovate new models, and build stronger relationships.

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With the cloud as a foundational element of how a manufacturer operates, all these opportunities become possible at a truly unprecedented speed.

According to Lamm, speed is critical right now.

“Based on my conversations with many industry leaders, industrial manufacturers need to accelerate the innovation process in two directions,” said Lamm. “Number one is driving new solutions and establishing new business models. Number two is redefining the operational model to adapt faster to the marketplace.”

Take, for example, the latest industry drive to become more sustainable. Many industrial manufacturers focus on reducing their supply chain’s carbon footprint and waste. However, while those traditional goals are important, increasing the recycling rate of the industrial equipment being produced is even more vital. This new game of experimentation requires an understanding of which parts could be reused, remanufactured, recycled, or redesigned to be eco-friendly.

“If you think about the millions of devices in the field, manufacturers have an obligation to track and trace where they are,” said van Bilsen. “If companies can track, trace, and understand what kind of rare materials are stored in these reverse supply chain objects, they can integrate that in their production plans as well.”

Now that cloud solutions are fit for purposeful application, manufacturing companies can get answers to new questions quickly with instant computing power and capabilities integrated with operational processes while experimenting and establishing new practices. And more importantly, they can run applications on a platform that accelerates the entire business transformation journey.

Opportunities for scale and innovation

Cloud adoption is all about the culture of a business. The transformation mindset of people across every function is influenced by the experiences of the past. If operating in silos is “normal” and adopting new solutions and building new capabilities have been challenging, the desire for business continuity will be a powerful detractor against cloud solutions, no matter the advantages they bring.

Cloud really is a change driver. And successful transformation in this environment requires a full embrace of values around changing often, failing fast, learning continuously, and scaling when needed.

Once industrial manufacturers internalize that line of thinking into their DNA, they will approach the cloud without hesitation, fueled by excitement over the endless opportunities for genuine innovation that the technology provides.

To hear more of the conversation between Matthieu van Bilsen and Patrick Lamm, listen to the podcast episode, “How Cloud Solutions Help Industrial Manufacturers Transform,” hosted by Bonnie D. Graham.

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Killexams : On-Shelf Availability Solutions Market to hit USD 6019.7 Mn, Globally, by 2027 at 10.7% CAGR: The Insight Partners

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Atlas Technology Group, BeMyEye Holdings Ltd, IBM Corporation, Market6, Inc., Retail Solutions, Inc., Retail Velocity, SAP SE, Shelfie Pty Ltd, Tech Mahindra Limited, Verix, Inc.

The global on-shelf availability solutions market was valued at US$ 2,447.6 Mn in 2018; it is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 10.7% to reach US$ 6,019.7 Mn by 2027.

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Killexams : It’s Patch Tuesday and still no fix for ProxyNotShell Microsoft Exchange holes © Provided by The Register

And for bonus points, there's a Windows flaw under active exploit

Patch Tuesday  Microsoft fixed more than 80 security flaws in its products for October's Patch Tuesday. But let's start off with what Redmond didn't fix: two Exchange Server bugs dubbed ProxyNotShell that have been exploited by snoops as far back as August.…

CVE-2022-41040 is a server-side request forgery vulnerability while CVE-2022-41082 is a remote code execution (RCE) bug. Both can be exploited together to run PowerShell commands on a vulnerable system and take control of it.

Vietnamese cybersecurity firm GTSC discovered the two vulnerabilities, and reported that they were exploited in early August 2022. A month later, Zero Day Initiative (ZDI) purchased the bugs and disclosed them to Microsoft. 

Since late September, Redmond has issued almost daily mitigation updates, though all of these temporary fixes have been bypassed by security researchers. 

"With no updates available to fully address these bugs, the best administrators can do is ensure the September 2021 Cumulative Update (CU) is installed," ZDI advised.

Of the CVEs that Microsoft did patch today, 13 are rated "critical" and allow for privilege elevation, spoofing, or RCE. The rest are deemed "important," which isn't exactly as reassuring as it sounds.

One of these "important" bugs is under active exploitation and another has been publicly disclosed, so let's start with those two.

CVE-2022-41033 is a privilege escalation vulnerability in Windows COM+ Event System Service with a CVSS severity rating of 7.8 out of 10. According to Microsoft, it's got a "low" attack complexity and, if exploited, could give an attacker system-level privileges. We say 'if' – it is actually being exploited in the wild, according to Redmond.

As ZDI noted, privilege escalation bugs are often paired with RCE to take over a system. "These types of attacks often involve some form of social engineering, such as enticing a user to open an attachment or browse to a malicious website," ZDI's Dustin Childs said.

"Despite near-constant anti-phishing training, especially during 'Cyber Security Awareness Month,' people tend to click everything, so test and deploy this fix quickly," he added.

Additionally, details of an information disclosure bug in Microsoft Office, tracked as CVE-2022-41043, has been publicly disclosed, so patch that one next before Redmond has to list it as under active exploit.

Discovered by SpecterOps' Cody Thomas, it also has a low attack complexity and can be exploited to gain access to users' authentication tokens and potentially other sensitive info.

Of the critical vulnerabilities, CVE-2022-37968, a privilege escalation flaw in Azure Arc Connect, received the maximum 10 out of 10 CVSS score, making it the highest-severity bug Redmond addressed this month.

It affects the cluster connect feature in Azure Arc-enabled Kubernetes clusters and could be exploited by an unauthenticated user to gain admin-level control over the cluster. "Additionally, because Azure Stack Edge allows customers to deploy Kubernetes workloads on their devices via Azure Arc, Azure Stack Edge devices are also vulnerable to this vulnerability," Redmond warned.

Two more critical privilege escalation vulnerabilities, CVE-2022-37976 and CVE-2022-37979 affect Windows Active Directory and Hyper-V, respectively.  

The Windows' point-to-point protocol has eight CVEs patched this month, seven of which are critical remote code execution bugs: CVE-2022-22035, CVE-2022-24504, CVE-2022-30198, CVE-2022-33634, CVE-2022-38000, CVE-2022-38047 and CVE-2022-41081.

While Microsoft says these are "less likely to be exploited," and noted that for a successful exploit an attacker would need additional access, Immersive Labs' Director of Cyber Threat Research Kev Breen suggested patching these sooner than later.

"Although there aren't any details on what the race condition may be, with time on their side, attackers can be persistent and use automation to win any race conditions," he told The Register. "Organizations with publicly exposed PPTP VPN servers should prioritize patching these services or applying firewall rules to limit access."

And finally, the other three critical RCEs, CVE-2022-38048, CVE-2022-38049 and CVE-2022-41031, target Microsoft Office and Word.

"These are usually popular targets for adversaries, as they are one of the most popular pieces of software in the world and can be exploited just by tricking a user into opening a specially crafted document," Cisco Talos researchers Jon Munshaw and Vanja Svajcer noted.

SAP released 23 new and updated SAP security patches this month, which included two HotNews Notes and six High Priority Notes. 

One of these, SAP Security Note #3242933, fixes a 9.9-rated critical path traversal vulnerability in SAP Manufacturing Execution. 

"The CVSS score of 9.9 is based on the fact that the impact on confidentiality, integrity, and availability can be high, depending on the kind of information that can be accessed during an attack," said Thomas Fritsch, SAP security researcher at Onapsis.

Meanwhile, the second HotNews Note, #3239152, received a CVSS score of 9.6. It patches an account hijacking vulnerability in the SAP Commerce login page. 

"Attackers were able to inject redirect information into the login page's URLs, causing the login page to redirect sensitive information such as login credentials to an arbitrary server on the Internet," Fritsch said. 

"Attackers didn't require any privileges to start an exploit but they did need a user to click the malicious link that opens the manipulated login form to execute the exploit," he added.

Adobe's monthly security fixes include four updates that patch 29 CVEs across its ColdFusion, Acrobat and Reader, Commerce and Magento, and Dimension software products. 

None of these are under exploit or listed as publicly known, though some received high CVSS scores, so we suggest patching ASAP.

The Commerce and Magento update fixes a stored cross-site scripting (XSS) bug that received a perfect 10/10 severity rating. Additionally, the ColdFusion update fixes five critical arbitrary code execution bugs. Another bug in this product that's rated "important" is due to the use of hard-coded credentials. 

Despite Adobe's assurance that none of these bugs have been exploited in the wild, as ZDI noted: "Hard to imagine hard-coded credentials have existed in the product for so long without being discovered." 

Apple pushed a security update for iOS 16 in the iPhone 8 and later to fix an "input validation issue" in its mail app.

While it doesn't provide a whole lot in the way of details about CVE-2022-22658, Apple told customers that "processing a maliciously crafted email message may lead to a denial-of-service."

Google fixed 48 Android vulnerabilities, four of which are critical and could allow for remote code execution (RCE). None of these have been exploited in the wild.

Google doesn't publish information about specific bugs in its monthly Android bulletin. It did, however, note: "the most severe of these issues is a critical security vulnerability in the Framework component that could lead to local escalation of privilege with no additional execution privileges needed."

The other three critical CVEs affect Qualcomm components in Android devices.

VMware issued two security advisories to fix three vulnerabilities in VMware ESXi, vCenter Server, and Aria Operations.

The worst of the bunch, deemed "important," is CVE-2022-31680 — a deserialization vulnerability in vCenter Server platform services controller. "A malicious actor with admin access on vCenter server may exploit this issue to execute arbitrary code on the underlying operating system that hosts the vCenter Server," the virtualization giant warned.

Cisco published or updated 12 security alerts for 15 vulnerabilities this month, and labeled four of the CVEs "high" impact with the rest "medium" severity.

Of the new high-risk bugs, all of which could be exploited by an unauthenticated, remote attacker: CVE-2022-20814, in the certificate validation of Cisco Expressway-C and Cisco TelePresence VCS, could allow access to sensitive data. 

Meanwhile, CVE-2022-20853, in the REST API of Cisco Expressway Series and Cisco TelePresence VCS could be used to pull off a cross-site request forgery attack on an affected system.

And CVE-2022-20929, a vulnerability in the upgrade signature verification of Cisco Enterprise NFV Infrastructure Software, could allow an unauthenticated attacker with local access to fully compromise the system.

None of these have been exploited in the wild. ®

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Killexams : Grounded: How to find Sap

One of the most important resources that players will need to track down during the early-game of Grounded is Sap, as it's often used in many common crafting recipes. However, unlike other basic materials like Grass, it's not immediately clear where players can actually find Sap in the vast open world of the Backyard.

If you're in need of Sap but you're not sure where to look for it, follow this guide. It has everything you need to know about finding Sap, including where it's located, what to look for, and some of the valuable items you can make with it.

Sap locations and where to find in Grounded

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In Grounded, Sap is often found on pieces of wood all over the Backyard. That means you can find it pretty much everywhere, although biomes that have plenty of wood in them will likely have more Sap than ones that don't. Overall, the best place to find Sap is in the Oak Hill area near and underneath the large oak tree in the eastern portion of the map, though you can also find plenty of Sap in the Woodpile to the far northwest and the Grasslands area in the center of the map as well.