Updating belkin firmware

21-Nov-2019 03:36

ARRIS is evaluating our full Wi-Fi portfolio and will release any required firmware updates as quickly as possible.

Asus has released information (see bottom of the page) and working with chipset suppliers to patch the vulns and will release an update as soon as its ready.

Our security teams are verifying details and we will advise accordingly.

Also know that we are committed to putting the customer first and are planning to post instructions on our security advisory page on what customers can do to update their products, if and when required.” Cisco has released an advisory that discusses the vulnerability in relation to their product and a list of products that are vulnerable.

Edimax posted an advisory stating: This vulnerability will require collaborative firmware patches from relevant manufacturers.

Edimax is requesting assistance from them and is working diligently for the firmware fix.

Dell has posted an advisory that lists all products that are NOT affected by the KRACK vulns.Please note that no firmware downloads are currently available for the Cable Gateway Pro, Huawei HG532d, Huawei HG659 or Arris CM820 supplied by the ii Net Group.As many people have read or will soon read, there is a vulnerability in the WPA2 wireless protocol called Krack that could allow attackers to eavesdrop on wireless connections and inject data into the wireless stream in order to install malware or modify web pages.Last Updated: 10/20/17 EST ADTRAN posted in their forums that they are performing an investigation and will send out a security notice to all signed up users with details.A security advisory was sent out on 10/18/17 to customers that basically reiterates the same information.

Dell has posted an advisory that lists all products that are NOT affected by the KRACK vulns.

Please note that no firmware downloads are currently available for the Cable Gateway Pro, Huawei HG532d, Huawei HG659 or Arris CM820 supplied by the ii Net Group.

As many people have read or will soon read, there is a vulnerability in the WPA2 wireless protocol called Krack that could allow attackers to eavesdrop on wireless connections and inject data into the wireless stream in order to install malware or modify web pages.

Last Updated: 10/20/17 EST ADTRAN posted in their forums that they are performing an investigation and will send out a security notice to all signed up users with details.

A security advisory was sent out on 10/18/17 to customers that basically reiterates the same information.

Aerohive has released an advisory explaining under what circumstances their products are vulnerable to KRACK.