OS Updated Details list against KRACK
Here is the updated list of fixes along with company's names and details:
Apple: Apple has ALREADY released a patch update in macOS 10.13.1 (beta only). Apple will likely release the KRACK Wi-Fi patch in iOS 11.1 this week. The company will widely roll out an update for iOS and Mac users in a few days.
Windows: Windows reacted promptly and sent out an automatic update for Windows 7, 8, 8.1 & 10 users.
Linux: Linux worked swiftly and released KRACK Wi-Fi Patches updates for Ubuntu 14.04+, Arch, OpenBSD, Debian, Gentoo, and Linux upstream.
Intel chipsets: Intel released firmware updates for its various chipsets.
Raspberry Pi: Jessian, Stretch has been fixed. Wheezy and others will receive updates by October 17.
Android: Android will fix at patch level by November 6, 2017.
Lineage OS: Fixes have been merged and will be rolled out in next weekly release.
Samsung: Samsung’s flagship devices have received Google security patches, but older models have still not received KRACK Wi-Fi patches.
iOS: Apple will likely release the KRACK Wi-Fi patch in iOS 11.1 this week.
Google Wi-Fi: Google will release a patch soon.
Apple Airport: No news on the Apple Airport.
Netgear: No updates have been released. Expect updates soon.
UniFi: Firmware 3.9.3 solves the concern.
Mikrotik: RouterOS v6.39.3, v6.40.4, v6.41rc and up.
LEDE: Fixes available in night by night updates.
Eero: eerOS 3.5 and up is secure.
AVM: AVM is somewhat aware of the vulnerability but doesn’t feel an update is necessary.
DD-WRT: Fixed in core, waiting for an update.
Meraki: Fixed with Meraki 24.11 and 25.7.
Aruba: Updates are available across Aruba hardware.
FortiNet: FortiAP 5.6.1 and up are secure.
Cisco: Updates are now available on Cisco hardware.
TP-Link: The company, doesn't know much about the vulnerability.
Synology: KRACK Wi-Fi security fix is now available.
KPN (NL): No information on the fix.
Nest: Nest claims that their devices aren't affected.
Sonos: No information on Sonos.
Amazon: Amazon is still in the process of reviewing devices while there is no fix issued for Echo etc.
Belkin: Belkin is aware of the issue, yet there is no fix for Wemo/Linksys devices.