When a program accesses a malicious memory location, it can result in the execution of arbitrary code. When the program accesses a malicious memory location, it can result in the execution of arbitrary code.
In SAP 3D Visual Enterprise, it is possible to suffer from this vulnerability when receiving a malicious file (Part.model) or when processing a malicious file (Translator.exe) received from an untrusted source. Potential impact of such vulnerability can be: - Privilege escalation. - Remote code execution. - Information disclosure. The exploitability of this vulnerability can be increased when it is combined with another vulnerability such as CVE-2017-15861. Attack vectors: - Sending a malicious file via email. - Downloading a file via 3D PDF. - Attacking 3D PDF. Mitigation and Prevention: - Be cautious when opening files received from untrusted sources. - Restrict access to SAP 3D Visual Enterprise to trusted users. - Install updates as soon as possible to protect your system from vulnerabilities. - Keep system up-to-date with patches. - Educate users about the dangers of opening email attachments from untrusted sources. - If possible, block 3D PDF in the corporate network via firewall. - Enforce password requirements for remote access. - Restrict access to Regedit via network policy. - Limit remote access via RDP. - Disable RDPVX when possible. - Restrict access to 3D PDF via network policy. - Enable
What is CVE-2022-41170?
The vulnerability is a memory access issue in SAP 3D Visual Enterprise that can be exploited to execute arbitrary code. The attack vectors are email, downloading a file from a malicious source, or attacking a malicious PDF. Mitigation and prevention includes being cautious when opening files from untrusted sources and installing updates as soon as possible.
Published on: 10/11/2022 21:15:00 UTC
Last modified on: 10/12/2022 19:58:00 UTC