SAP issues 26 patches to fix denial of service and SQL injection flaws

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More patches to fix SAP's broad suite of enterprise software
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More patches to fix SAP's broad suite of enterprise software

Critical patch update fixes a total of 30 flaws in SAP's ERP software

SAP has issued a series of 13 patches to fix security flaws exposing customers to the risk of denial of service attacks, cross-site scripting flaws and even a SQL injection flaw. On top of that, SAP has...

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