Trivial as it may be, many users cannot find the option to activate the Dark Mode on Pi-Hole. If after reading my post on how to install Pi-Hole on your Synology NAS you find you’re still in the dark, then in today’s post I’ll show you how to activate the Dark Mode option on your … Read more about Synology: How to Activate Dark Mode in Pi-Hole
Have you recently discovered a vulnerability affecting the DSM operating system of your Synology NAS device and want to notify Synology about it so they may take action and provide a timely fix? Well, starting today, you can do just that. If you yourself have discovered a potential security issue, or have become aware of … Read more about Synology: How To Report Security Vulnerabilities
Security Advisor is a DSM security application part of the pre-installed packages in DSM that scans your DSM settings and Synology NAS. Security Advisor will check your settings and recommend changes that help keep your Synology NAS safe. Which Security Baseline Should I Choose when I scan my Synology NAS device? If you are home … Read more about Synology: Which Security Baseline Should I Choose?
Although Synology users have been cautioned time and time again about this, many continue to connect to their NAS using the “admin” user. There is nothing more dangerous than having a basic username, the most basic really – this is vulnerability at its finest. Continuing to use the basic ‘admin’ username for your Synology credentials … Read more about Synology: How To Disable Current Admin Account
How certain are you that your Synology NAS administrator password is a strong enough password to withstand a Brute Force Attack? 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 possible passwords and passphrases until the correct one is found. … Read more about Synology: How to Choose A Strong Password