Are users of Meraki Go products affected by DNSpooq? I find no mention of it for Meraki Go specifically.
Consumer options like Google Wifi (https://support.google.com/googlenest/thread/94543997?hl=en) and Asus (https://www.snbforums.com/threads/69274/) have managed to answer their customers regarding DNSpooq within reasonable time. But users of Meraki Go still don't even know whether they're affected or not. Time to show us whether Meraki Go is a option to consider for both for home users and small businesses.
I can appreciate your concern. We're working diligently to confirm this information, please stay tuned and an update will be provided as soon as possible.
I appreciate your patience as we completed our entire investigation regarding DNSpooq. Please see the updated PSIRT advisory for the full details.
As of this time, Meraki Go software is indeed vulnerable to DNSpooq per the advisory. Our developers are hard at work on a fix, which is estimated to be delivered in August of this year.
The result of this scenario has led to positive outcomes, though, as we will be sure to display the running firmware on the Meraki Go hardware in the app in the next release. In addition, our team has also prepared in advance to schedule upgrades as soon as the software update is available to resolve the matter.
Thank you for spreading awareness and helping the Go community.
Thanks for confirmation. ETA august 2021 is not very impressive, I must say.
Also, I can't find any Meraki Go product in the list of known vulnerable products in the PSIRT advisory. I've looked for (CTRL+F) "Meraki Go", "GR60", "GS110", "GR10", "GX20".
In terms of dnsmasq, the Go platform will update its software in lieu of the MR platform as listed on the PSIRT advisory.
I understand that remains unclear as of today. However, for the purposes of this vulnerability, the firmware release version for the MR will be applicable to the GR platform. An upcoming release will reveal firmware versions in the app, thus helping close the gap and ensure (once available) the patch is installed successfully on any devices.