Did you follow my step by step guide on how to install nextcloud on your Synology NAS? Have you decided to use your own custom domain name to log into your Nextcloud? Have you already added an SSL certificate? Surely you have noticed that, if you type in http://yourowndomainname.com in your browser address bar, you … Read more about Synology: How to Automatically Redirect HTTP to HTTPS in Nextcloud
So many people have been asking me about my IP block list and how I make it. Today I’m going to tell you all about it. Up until this point I’ve been successful at blocking most, if not all of the attacks directed at my Synology NAS. But how did I create my list? Those … Read more about Synology: About My IP Block List
In 1988, IRC (Internet Relay Chat) appeared, which open the way for real-time chat. Perhaps one of the most popular online chat models in the 1990s was mIRC, where users could chat in rooms (channels). It doesn’t matter what OS you use. The Lounge IRC client just works wherever Node.js runs. The self-hosted web IRC … Read more about How to Install IRC Client on Your Synology NAS
Have you already installed FreshRSS using docker on your Synology NAS following my step by step guide? Do you want to log in via HTTPS using your custom domain name even when you are away from home? It’s simple and free. You don’t need to buy domains, you don’t need to look for information elsewhere … Read more about Synology: How to Allow FreshRSS to Work Over an HTTPS Connection?
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 about How to Keep Your Synology NAS Dust Free