Knock, Knock, Synology! It’s been more than one year without any update to the Apache HTTP Server 2.4 package. The current version for the Synology Apache HTTP Server package is 2.4.29 which has huge holes in security. If you take a look at the Apache 2.4 changelog page you’ll see that the latest version is … Read more about Synology Apache HTTP Server 2.4 Package is out of date
As administrators, a Synology NAS gives us the opportunity to be completely free in what we do. And we do not need paid plugins to do something as simple as backing up a WordPress database. So many people who use a Synology NAS for web hosting, to self host their sites, often get lost in … Read more about Synology: How To Backup Your WordPress Database Without Plugins
We have all been confronted with various ongoing attacks on our Synology device, attacks which aim to breach through the SSH 22 open port. These attacks directed at our Synology device are called brute force attacks. A brute-force attack consists of an attacker submitting many passwords or passphrases with the hope of eventually guessing correctly. The attacker systematically checks all … Read more about Synology SSH Attack: How To Disable SSH?
Cooling your Synology NAS plays a fundamental role in maintaining a perfect system, one that functions smoothly and works at optimal capacity. Good heat dissipation not only prolongs the life of your NAS device, but also the life of the disks inside it, whether they are HDD or SSD disks. Synology offers only one fan … Read more about How to Cool Your Synology NAS
After contacting Synology support and receiving a reply, I learned that an upcoming WebStation update, which will make PHP 7.2.13 work, will be released on the 22nd of January, 2019, and be available for download via the Synology Package Center. The current version of WebStation (version 0143) cannot detect PHP 7.2.13 yet. The official answer … Read more about Synology PHP 7.2.13 and New WebStation Update