One of the worst things that can happen to a Synology NAS owner is their NAS being stolen by malicious people. There are several ways to protect yourself from such ill-intentioned people. One is the software that, through encryption, allows you to protect your data; the other is the backup method via cloud services or … Read more about Synology: Put Your NAS In a Safe
For one reason or another, one day you may need to change your Synology Account. The change involves changing your current email to a new email. This operation will cease all activities linked to Synology in the respective account such as DDNS services “synology.me”, the Synology C2 cloud service, QuickConnect ID, so be careful before … Read more about How to Change Your Synology Account
Did you know you can choose the security level of HTTPS encrypted connections on your Synology NAS device? Do you host a WordPress website on your NAS and want to set up appropriate TLS/SSL Profile Level? In this article I will teach you how to change the TLS/SSL profile. STEP 1 Please Support My work … Read more about Synology: Which TLS-SSL Profile Should I Choose?
In many of my articles I talked about how to make your WordPress website hosted from home via your Synology NAS more secure. Today I want to have a more in depth conversation about the security that can come from the union of the RT2600ac or MR2200ac Synology router and your Synology NAS in the same … Read more about Synology: How to Enhance Your WordPress Security
DoS (Denial of Service) attacks bombard a computer system with numerous requests exceeding the target’s capability. The attacked computer may miss important data/service requests (e.g. email messages) from outside, and suffer from limited Internet bandwidth and system resources. Denial of service is typically accomplished by flooding the targeted machine or resource, in our case the … Read more about Synology: How to Enable DoS Protection on Your Router