Have you noticed dust on and in your Synology NAS? Dust accumulates both on the outside and on the inside and in a maximum of 2 or 3 months your Synology will become a vacuum cleaner. Dust is one of the most insidious enemies of electronic devices like HDD, motherboards and processors. Many people waste … Read more How to Keep Your Synology NAS Dust Free
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 Synology SSH Attack: How To Disable SSH?
Did you forget your Admin password for your Synology NAS? No problem, you can reset your unit and set a new password. But if you remember your password and you are able to log into your Synology DSM device just go to DSM > Options > Personal > Account to change the password, without needing to reset your Synology NAS. STEP 1 … Read more How To Reset Admin Password On Synology NAS
If you have WordPress installed on your Synology, surely you have wondered which of the php extensions you need to activate for it to work. Below is a short guide that explains what you need to activate. First of all, open the application called Web Station. Once opened, go to PHP Settings then Edit. Follow … Read more Synology PHP 7.2 Settings and Extensions for WordPress
Synology NAS cooling plays a fundamental role in maintaining a “perfect” system. Good heat dissipation not only prolongs the life of your NAS, but also the life of the disks inside it, whether they are HDD or SSD. Synology offers only one fan as a basic feature and the fan can be controlled directly from … Read more How to Cool Your Synology NAS