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Hi all.

 

Here is a list of routers so far vulnerable to the pesky and nasty vpnfilter exploit.

 

 

The list is incomplete as there are probably devices out there not added yet, but here is the current list which is correct as of and upto today so far:

 

Devices affected as observed by Cisco Talos

  • Asus Devices: RT-AC66U (new), RT-N10 (new), RT-N10E (new), RT-N10U (new), RT-N56U (new), RT-N66U (new),
  • D-Link Devices: DES-1210-08P (new), DIR-300 (new), DIR-300A (new), DSR-250N (new), DSR-500N (new), DSR-1000 (new), DSR-1000N (new)
  • Huawei Devices: HG8245 (new)
  • Linksys Devices: E1200, E2500, E3000 (new), E3200 (new), E4200 (new), RV082 (new), WRVS4400N,
  • Mikrotik Devices: CCR1009 (new), CCR1016, CCR1036, CCR1072, CRS109 (new), CRS112 (new), CRS125 (new), RB411 (new), RB450 (new), RB750 (new), RB911 (new), RB921 (new), RB941 (new), RB951 (new), RB952 (new), RB960 (new), RB962 (new), RB1100 (new), RB1200 (new), RB2011 (new), RB3011 (new), RB Groove (new), RB Omnitik (new), STX5 (new)
  • Netgear Devices: DG834 (new), DGN1000 (new), DGN2200, DGN3500 (new), FVS318N (new), MBRN3000 (new), R6400, R7000, R8000, WNR1000, WNR2000, WNR2200 (new), WNR4000 (new), WNDR3700 (new), WNDR4000 (new), WNDR4300 (new), WNDR4300-TN (new), UTM50 (new)
  • QNAP Devices: TS251, TS439 Pro, Other QNAP NAS devices running QTS software
  • TP-Link Devices: R600VPN, TL-WR741ND (new), TL-WR841N (new)
  • Ubiquiti Devices: NSM2 (new), PBE M5 (new)
  • Upvel Devices: Unknown Models* (new)

This list is advised as incomplete and there is very likely to be other manufacturers and devices affected. 

 

 

B.D

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