One million SAP systems vulnerable to '10KBLAZE' critical security flaw

Nicholas Fearn
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Flaw affects up to one million SAP NetWeaver installations, warns Onapsis - but SAP claims it was patched years ago

Around 50,000 SAP customers have been left vulnerable to cyber attacks due to a recently discovered software misconfiguration flaw. The vulnerability, labelled 10KBLAZE and found by security fir...

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