Apache HTTP Server 1.15.17/2.4.47 mod_http2 null pointer dereference

A vulnerability was detected in Apache HTTP Server 1.15.17/2.4.47 (Web Server) and notified as problematic. This issue is hitting some unknown functionality of the component mod_http2. Upgrading the version of HTTP Webserver to 2.4.48 eliminates this vulnerability.

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