The rad_packet_recv function in opt/src/accel-pppd/radius/packet.c suffers from a buffer overflow vulnerability, whereby user input len is copied into a fixed buffer &attr->val.integer without any bound checks. If the client connects to the server and sends a large radius packet, a buffer overflow vulnerability will be triggered.
The rad_packet_recv function in radius/packet.c suffers from a memcpy buffer overflow, resulting in an overly-large recvfrom into a fixed buffer that causes a buffer overflow and overwrites arbitrary memory. If the server connects with a malicious client, crafted client requests can remotely trigger this vulnerability.
Patch is merged but not yet in any release. Might just be worth snapshotting again.
The telnet_input_char function in opt/src/accel-pppd/cli/telnet.c suffers from a memory corruption vulnerability, whereby user input cmdline_len is copied into a fixed buffer b->buf without any bound checks. If the server connects with a malicious client, crafted client requests can remotely trigger this vulnerability.
ACCEL-PPP 1.12.0 has an out-of-bounds read in post_msg when processing a call_clear_request.