Security researchers have warned that a new botnet called Reaper has been actively attempting to target unpatched IoT devices that could be vulnerable to attack. D-Link had previously resolved the alleged security issue by releasing firmware patches for DIR-850L, DIR-300, and DIR-600 routers. We urge users to immediately go to their local D-Link support site to update their devices with the latest firmware. 

 

The IoT_Reaper vulnerabilities affect the following products and firmware:

 

DIR-850L  H/W Rev.A1  Firmware Version : 1.14 or earlier version

DIR-850L  H/W Rev.B1  Firmware Version : 2.09 or earlier version 

DIR-300   H/W Rev.Bx  Firmware Version : 2.13 or earlier version

DIR-600   H/W Rev.Bx  Firmware-Version : 2.14 or earlier version

 

Firmware fixes are currently available for the following affected products:

 

DIR-850L    H/W Rev.A1  Requires Security Patch   1.20B03 Beta 

DIR-850L    H/W Rev.B1  Requires Security Patch   2.20B03

DIR-300**   H/W Rev.Bx  Requires Firmware Version 2.14WWB04

DIR-600**   H/W Rev.Bx  Requires Firmware Version 2.18WWB01

 

         **Please note this product is not sold or supported  in the US Region by D-Link (D-Link Systems, Inc./D-Link US/DUS)

 

 

We appreciate and value having security concerns brought to our attention. D-Link (D-Link Systems, Inc.) constantly monitors for both known and unknown threats.

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