Three high risk vulnerabilities in SAP Mobile could give attackers access to encrypted information stored in mobile devices, security firm Onapsis reported Wednesday.
All three vulnerabilities were recently fixed by SAP, but systems are only safe if the patches are applied.
“SAP runs so many of the world’s largest enterprises that any vulnerability must be taken very seriously,” said Nicholas Taylor, CEO of Netlogx, another security provider.
One of the flaws enables keystream recovery and could allow an attacker with access to a vulnerable device to decrypt credentials and other sensitive information stored within, Onapsis said. The attacker could then potentially connect to other business systems to access additional data.
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