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ROG Rapture GT-AX11000 Version 3.0.0.4.386.49599

pureblade
Level 8
- Release Note -

Bug Fixes and Enhancements:
1. Fixed OpenSSL CVE-2022-0778
2. Fixed CVE-2021-34174
3. Added more security measures to block malware.
4. Fixed Stored XSS vulnerability. Thanks to Milan Kyselica of IstroSec.
5. Fixed CVE-2022-23970, CVE-2022-23971, CVE-2022-23972, CVE-2022-23973, CVE-2022-25595, CVE-2022-25596, CVE-2022-25597, CVE-2022-26673, CVE-2022-26674
6. Added 3rd party DNS server list in WAN --> DNS to help users enhance the connection security.
7. Supported Safe Browsing in the router app to filter explicit content from search results.
You can set it in the router app --> Devices or Family.
8. Improved system stability.
9. Fixed anomalous 802.11 frame issues.
Thanks to Kari Hulkko and Tuomo Untinen from The Synopsys Cybersecurity Research Center (CyRC).
Issue was found by using Defensics Fuzz Testing Tool.
10.Added the WTFast to triple-level game acceleration.
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rmoreirac
Level 8
pureblade wrote:
- Release Note -

Bug Fixes and Enhancements:
1. Fixed OpenSSL CVE-2022-0778
2. Fixed CVE-2021-34174
3. Added more security measures to block malware.
4. Fixed Stored XSS vulnerability. Thanks to Milan Kyselica of IstroSec.
5. Fixed CVE-2022-23970, CVE-2022-23971, CVE-2022-23972, CVE-2022-23973, CVE-2022-25595, CVE-2022-25596, CVE-2022-25597, CVE-2022-26673, CVE-2022-26674
6. Added 3rd party DNS server list in WAN --> DNS to help users enhance the connection security.
7. Supported Safe Browsing in the router app to filter explicit content from search results.
You can set it in the router app --> Devices or Family.
8. Improved system stability.
9. Fixed anomalous 802.11 frame issues.
Thanks to Kari Hulkko and Tuomo Untinen from The Synopsys Cybersecurity Research Center (CyRC).
Issue was found by using Defensics Fuzz Testing Tool.
10.Added the WTFast to triple-level game acceleration.


Updated this morning, and so far, working well.

Uptime 0 days 5 hour(s) 17 minute(s) 59 seconds

ahfoo
Level 13
Any official Asus download link? Thank you.

ahfoo wrote:
Any official Asus download link? Thank you.


It's in the usual place, and probably visible to the router's built in updater (or will be soon):

https://rog.asus.com/networking/rog-rapture-gt-ax11000-model/helpdesk_bios

Murph_9000 wrote:
It's in the usual place, and probably visible to the router's built in updater (or will be soon):

https://rog.asus.com/networking/rog-rapture-gt-ax11000-model/helpdesk_bios


Thank you mate.

Murph_9000 wrote:
It's in the usual place, and probably visible to the router's built in updater (or will be soon):

https://rog.asus.com/networking/rog-rapture-gt-ax11000-model/helpdesk_bios


Does that URL redirect to a generic product page without a firmware download link for others as well as me?

I cannot get to the firmware download page for this product. Any tips are appreciated.

It was down yesterday but this morning as of 7:20 am PST the link worked for me. You can try other ways:

1. ASUS Router app Settings (sprocket in lower right) -> Firmware Upgrade
2. Log into the router configuration pages, click on Network Map, click on the current firmware version number on the top. This should take you to a page with a "Check" button to check for available firmware updates.

futurehack wrote:
Does that URL redirect to a generic product page without a firmware download link for others as well as me?

I cannot get to the firmware download page for this product. Any tips are appreciated.


Alternately you can download from here too

https://rog.asus.com/sg/networking/rog-rapture-gt-ax11000-model/helpdesk_bios

Unfortunately, I still have devices reporting "drops", constantly. Specially this one 4 feet from the Router @2.4G.
Soooo aggravating. Dealing with this issue for years.

Where are you seeing these drops? Unfortunately the device lists on ASUSWRT don't seem to be completely accurate.

I have an ehernet wired Brother HL-1470N connected to an AXE11000 node and it does not always show up on the device list. There are other devices that show connected to the main AXE16000 via Ethernet BUT they are actually wireless.

I'm afraid the best way to verify a device is still connected is by operating it through the WiFi.

Have you maybe tried this and confirmed the device is not connected, vs just not listed?