When you install the DSM operating system for the first time on Synology NAS, it already came with a Default Synology certificate. The Synology Default certificate will be created during the first boot up. It’s unsigned so the browser doesn’t trust it through the communications between NAS and browser. First of all, register the new … Read moreSynology: How to Change Default Certificate
Depends on the NAS, the virus, and the computers being used. If the NAS is based on Windows, the virus would only have to get activated on the NAS for it to be able to do damage (it can potentially be activated via some SMB vulnerability, or via a malignant email). And once activated, it … Read moreWhat Can a Virus Do On a Synology NAS Drive?
If you’re running multiple different packages on your Synology NAS or running Virtual Machine, CPU matters. One of the biggest limitations of Synology NAS devices is their ‘old’ or outdated processors – a common discussion topic among Synology NAS users. The dissatisfaction is ever growing as we see NAS devices with prices upwards of $ … Read moreHow to Upgrade CPU on Your Synology NAS
More than 70 days have passed since the last Synology DSM update, DSM 6.2.2-24922 Update 3. It would appear that the next update, which is called DSM 6.2.2-24922 Update 4, is almost ready and will be released before the end of November this year (2019). DSM 6.2.2-24922 Update 4 should correct the problem created with … Read moreSynology: DSM 7.0 Getting Very Close! Are You Ready?
My Italian friend Luigi Cigliano has found a way to solve one of the biggest problems that plague macOS Catalina, namely a connection problem between macOS Catalina and Synology NAS. After upgrading to macOS Catalina 10.15, I encountered problems accessing my Synology NAS and network HD. I was able to resolve the issue by resetting … Read moreConnection Problem Between Synology NAS and macOS Catalina