Check Nginx’s changelog. It seems the issue was addressed in latest mainline.

Changes with nginx 1.15.6                                        06 Nov 2018

    *) Security: when using HTTP/2 a client might cause excessive memory
       consumption (CVE-2018-16843) and CPU usage (CVE-2018-16844).

    *) Security: processing of a specially crafted mp4 file with the
       ngx_http_mp4_module might result in worker process memory disclosure

    *) Feature: the "proxy_socket_keepalive", "fastcgi_socket_keepalive",
       "grpc_socket_keepalive", "memcached_socket_keepalive",
       "scgi_socket_keepalive", and "uwsgi_socket_keepalive" directives.

    *) Bugfix: if nginx was built with OpenSSL 1.1.0 and used with OpenSSL
       1.1.1, the TLS 1.3 protocol was always enabled.

    *) Bugfix: working with gRPC backends might result in excessive memory


Yes, I even I saw the same changelog yesterday and also updated to the latest one (Thanks to @virtubox 's Nginx EE Scripts) but still, the issue is same. Nothing is changed for me as of now :frowning:


It didn’t solve my problems neither. :frowning: