The National Broadband Network (NBN) is being rolled out in many areas and in many locations work has already been completed. As a result we have had an influx of customers requiring information on suitable routers to connect to the NBN network. There is no need to change your computer
DrayTek has released new firmware for several router models to improve security for users. The update addresses the SSL vulnerability CVE-2014-0224 also known as CCS Injection vulnerability.
The new firmware also includes bug fixes and improvements for some router models.
Firmware is now available for 13 models which include the following routers:
From Early May, DrayTek made a major upgrade for the Vigor2760 Series routers. Originally designed with Linux OS, these routers are now running on the DrayOS platform. This change is implemented to provide better security as well as an improved user interface.
In the Vigor2760 series running the latest DrayOS firmware