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Welcome to the DrayTek Security Advisory index

Security Advisories
19/12/2016 - Critial Firmware Update - All models - December 2016
05/12/2016 - Security Advisory: Mirai Vulnerability / TR-064
27/05/2015 - Security Advisory: NetUSB Vulnerability
23/12/2014 - Security Advisory: Misfortune Cookie Vulnerability
25/09/2014 - Security Advisory: Shellshock Exploit
18/10/2014 - Security Advisory: Poodle Exploit
25/04/2014 - Security Advisory: WPS Router Pincode Exploit
10/04/2014 - Security Advisory : Vigor 2700 & 2100 Javascript Insertion Exploit


Keep your firmware up to date

As well as new features and operational improvements, the latest firmware for your product may also include critical security updates. It is therefore vital that you always keep your product's firmware up to date, even if it's running find and you're happy with the current feature set or operation. You can join the owner's mailing list for information on the latest firmware updates, or check the downloads page regularly for updates. Make that one of your regular habits.

Critical Updates

If an upgrade is labelled 'critical' then it addresses one or more critical or serious security issue(s) and you should upgrade all units that you own or operate immediately. You should also inform any other known users of any critical firmware releases.

Reporting a suspected security vulnerability

If you believe that you have discovered a potential vulnerability or exploit on one of our products, please notify us immediately. Even if you're not sure about it, we can investigate and either put your mind at rest or improve/fix something. It is important to report any suspected issue directly to us in case it presents a viable vulnerability and publication might put others users at risk. Please refer to this page for details of how to report any suspected issues.