Cisco product users are advised to check the advisory often for future updates. At the time of this writing, the latest firmware is in a folder named -r33525.
This page includes information resulting from contacting of vendors, CERT's informative page, and other sources.
Last Updated: 10/20/17 EST ADTRAN posted in their forums that they are performing an investigation and will send out a security notice to all signed up users with details.
A security advisory was sent out on 10/18/17 to customers that basically reiterates the same information.
Aerohive has released an advisory explaining under what circumstances their products are vulnerable to KRACK.
As many people have read or will soon read, there is a vulnerability in the WPA2 wireless protocol called Krack that could allow attackers to eavesdrop on wireless connections and inject data into the wireless stream in order to install malware or modify web pages.
To protect yourself, many Wi Fi product vendors will be releasing updated firmware and drivers for their products.eero released an advisory that states that they have rolled out eero OS version 3.5, which mitigates the KRACK vulns.En Genius has posted an advisory with some information about the attack.It is strongly suggested that users update their hardware as soon as a update is available in order to protect themselves.This includes router firmware and wireless network card drivers.Asus has released information (see bottom of the page) and working with chipset suppliers to patch the vulns and will release an update as soon as its ready.