"FragAttacks” Wi-Fi vulnerability is manufacturer-independent and affects various wireless devices such as smartphones, notebooks, routers, and game consoles. We are not aware of unauthorized exploitation of FragAttacks, which might only occur in the direct physical proximity of the Wi-Fi network. The security of services such as mail or apps that perform encryption using TLS protocols, or internet connection via HTTPS pages, is not affected by the vulnerability. Based on current knowledge, practical effects of FragAttacks are unlikely.
DrayTek has released new firmware with security updates against FragAttacks.
|Model||Fixed Firmware Version||Download Link|
|Vigor2765ac / 2765Vac||18.104.22.168|
|Vigor2862n / Vigor2862ac / 2862Vac / Vigor2862Bn / 2862Ln / 2862Lac||22.214.171.124|
|Vigor2865ac / 2865Vac / 2865Lac||126.96.36.199|
|Vigor2927ac / 2927Vac / 2927Lac||188.8.131.52|
|VigorAP 918R Series||1.4.2|
|VigorAP 920R Series||1.4.2|
Further updates for the following products will follow soon.
|Model||Fixed Firmware Version|
For the EOL models with chips and drivers no longer supported by WiFi chip vendors, we recommend that users follow the general security practices below or upgrade to the new models.
Should you have any security-related inquiry regarding one of our products, please contact DrayTek Technical Support.