CVE-2022-22533 Attackers could exploit improper error handling in SAP NetWeaver Application Server Java to make multiple HTTP server requests and cause errors.

CVE-2022-22533 Attackers could exploit improper error handling in SAP NetWeaver Application Server Java to make multiple HTTP server requests and cause errors.

Due to improper input validation an attacker could inject a URL requesting SAP App server with a specific content type, causing a system crash. Due to an issue where SAP App server is not able to properly handle an HTTP request with a zero-length HTTP request body, an attacker could force SAP App server to consume memory, resulting in a system crash.

Due to an issue where SAP App server is not able to properly handle an HTTP request with a zero-length HTTP request body, an attacker could force SAP App server to consume memory, resulting in a system crash. An attacker could exploit the issue where SAP App server does not properly handle the HTTP method used in the request, causing a system crash.

An attacker could exploit the issue where SAP App server does not properly handle the HTTP method used in the request, causing a system crash. Due to an issue where SAP App server is not able to properly handle an HTTP request with a zero-length HTTP request body, an attacker could force SAP App server to consume memory, resulting in a system crash.
As a result, an attacker could exploit the issue where SAP App server does not properly handle the HTTP method used in the request, causing a system crash.
Due to improper input validation an attacker could inject a URL requesting SAP App server with a specific content type, causing a system crash. Due to an issue where SAP App server is not able to properly handle an HTTP request with a zero-length HTTP request body, an attacker

Vulnerability Scenario

An attacker could exploit the issue where SAP App server does not properly handle the HTTP method used in the request, causing a system crash. Due to an issue where SAP App server is not able to properly handle an HTTP request with a zero-length HTTP request body, an attacker could force SAP App server to consume memory, resulting in a system crash.
As a result, an attacker could exploit the issue where SAP App server does not properly handle the HTTP method used in the request, causing a system crash.
An attacker could exploit the issue where SAP App server does not properly handle the HTTP method used in the request, causing a system crash.

Vulnerability Scenario

The vulnerability can be exploited by tricking a SAP App server with a hack URL. If a hacker has access to the specific content type, they could request the HTTP method used in the request. This could cause a system crash, which could then allow an attacker to gain unauthorized access or take control of the system. The vulnerability is due to improper input validation and can be easily exploited.

As a result, an attacker could exploit the issue where SAP App server does not properly handle the HTTP method used in the request, causing a system crash. Due to an issue where SAP App server is not able to properly handle an HTTP request with a zero-length HTTP request body, an attacker could force SAP App server to consume memory, resulting in a system crash.

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