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by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#749 Attackers targeting critical SAP flaw since 2013
Three dozen global enterprises have been breached by attackers who exploited a single, mitigated vulnerability in SAP business applications.

The attacks were carried out between 2013 and are ongoing against large organizations owned by corporations in the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, China, India, Japan, and South Korea, spanning 15 critical industries, researchers at Onapsis said today.

The DHS-sponsored CERT at the Software Engineering Institute at Carnegie Mellon University also published an alert this morning, the first in its history for SAP applications.

The severity of these attacks is high and should put other organizations on notice that are running critical business processes and data through SAP Java apps.
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#749 Attackers targeting critical SAP flaw since 2013
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#739 Microsoft patches JScript, VBScript flaw under attack
#738 Internet Explorer zero-day exploit used in targeted attacks in South Korea
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#736 IBM’s Watson supercomputer takes on security
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