I'm trying to compile a list of information in one place to determine affected chipsets.
Other links regarding the vuln that didn't specifically call out chipsets but are worth mentioning:
There's definitely more links that could be added with other sources discussing the information, but I felt like this was enough worth mentioning. Taking this information, It looks like CERT actually has the most complete list of affect chipsets with 88W8787, 88W8797, 88W8801, 88W8897, and 88W8997.
Now looking at our supported list of routers by Davidc502, the Linksys WRT AC series here's what we've got:
WRT1200AC - Marvell 88W8864 (Not listed by CERT)
WRT1900ACX (Marvell 88W8864 for v1 and v2, not listed by CERT)
WRT3200ACM - Marvell 88W8964 (Same hardware as WRT32X, Not listed by CERT)
WRT32X - Marvell 88W8964 (Same hardware as WRT3200ACM, Not listed by CERT)
So now my question is, some of the articles list this as an issue with the "Marvell Avastar series" of WLAN chipsets. Is it possible that the chipsets listed above by CERT and others are only the known affected chipsets, or does it affect the entire line of Marvell Avastar series? If it's only the list of chipsets that are outlined by CERT, then Davidc502 builds aren't affected by this. If it's a problem at the hardware level for all Marvell Avastar series chips and they didn't test every chipset known to man, it could be possible this is affected from my understanding.
If anyone has any additional information to provide on this let me know, or if anything I said was incorrect. I tried to provide sources for reference for all of the information I provided and why I came to such conclusions.