The FTC have filed a legal complaint against D-Link alleging that their routers and IP cameras have critical security vulnerabilities and are misleading consumers into believing they are safe.
Defendants have failed to take reasonable steps to protect their routers and IP cameras from widely known and reasonably foreseeable risks of unauthorized access, including by failing to protect against flaws which the Open Web Application Security Project has ranked among the most critical and widespread web application vulnerabilities since at least 2007.
I did a bit more research and found the response from D-Link, saying:
What D-Link Systems products are impacted?
The FTC has made vague and unsubstantiated allegations relating to routers and IP cameras. Notably, the complaint does not allege any breach of any product sold by D-Link Systems in the US.
Is there any security concern for current products?
The FTC does not allege any breach of any product sold by D-Link Systems.
It's clear that D-Link don't want to admit that their devices are insecure, from that response. The list of the security vulnerabilities is already provided by the FTC, which is helpful, but they don't actually provide a list of which products specifically are vulnerable.
Which products are affected by the complaint, and what actions (if any) can I take to protect my devices and home network?