Latest opennds captive portal Vulnerabilities

An issue was discovered in OpenNDS Captive Portal before version 10.1.2. It has a do_binauth NULL pointer dereference that be triggered with a crafted GET HTTP request with a missing User-Agent HTTP h...
OpenNDS Captive Portal<10.1.2
An issue was discovered in OpenNDS before 10.1.2. It allows users to skip the splash page sequence (and directly authenticate) when it is using the default FAS key and OpenNDS is configured as FAS.
OpenNDS Captive Portal<10.1.2
An issue was discovered in OpenNDS Captive Portal before version 10.1.2. It has a try_to_authenticate NULL pointer dereference that can be triggered with a crafted GET HTTP with a missing client token...
OpenNDS Captive Portal<10.1.2
An issue was discovered in OpenNDS Captive Portal before 10.1.2. it has a do_binauth NULL pointer dereference that can be triggered with a crafted GET HTTP request with a missing client redirect query...
OpenNDS Captive Portal<10.1.2
An issue was discovered in OpenNDS Captive Portal before version 10.1.2. When the custom unescape callback is enabled, attackers can execute arbitrary OS commands by inserting them into the URL portio...
OpenNDS Captive Portal<10.1.2
An issue was discovered in OpenNDS Captive Portal before version 10.1.2. It has a NULL pointer dereference in preauthenticated() that can be triggered with a crafted GET HTTP request with a missing re...
OpenNDS Captive Portal<10.1.2
An issue was discovered in OpenNDS Captive Portal before version 10.1.2. It has a show_preauthpage NULL pointer dereference that can be triggered with a crafted GET HTTP with a missing User-Agent head...
OpenNDS Captive Portal<10.1.2

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