pfSense 2.3.4-p1 Open-Source Firewall Update Brings Security Fixes for OpenVPN

The pfSense 2.3.4-p1 patch is being released two and a half months after the launch of pfSense 2.3.4, and it looks like it attempts to inject new security fixes in pfSense and several of its components, including OpenVPN, as well as to fix various bugs that have been reported during this time. For example, it fixes Hover Dynamic DNS updates to be able to verify the SSL peer. It also addresses issues with CloudFlare Dynamic DNS and with wildcard CNAME records, which disappeared from Loopia when attempting to update the DNS, updates the Captive Portal RADIUS Authentication function to only cache credentials when performing a reauthentication operation, and repairs the CARP status display so that it won’t overmatch VIP numbers.