- The version of Tomcat provided by SAP BI 4.1 can fall back to SSL 3.0 when its Protocol option is set to "TLS"
- In the server.xml for Tomcat, TLS protocol is enabled by default.
- This can make connections with Web Application Server vulnerable to POODLE (also called POODLEBLEED) attacks.
- SAP BusinessObjects Business Intelligence Platform (BI) 4.1.
- Tomcat 7.0
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