I just want to inform you that a new variant of Specter was discovered, one that puts Windows, Linux and ChromeOS systems at risk. It is a vulnerability that affects Intel CPUs and puts the privacy and security of users at risk. This failure could allow malicious software to access privileged memory and read content … Read moreSWAPGS and Synology NAS: Should We Worry?
Below I will explain how I reduced the number of direct attacks on my Synology Nas by correctly setting the GeoIP Firewall inside the powerful DSM operating system. I blocked all geographical regions except my own, my static ip and my subnet mask. Most brute force attempts came from outside my home country, Romania. With … Read moreHow to Set up Synology Firewall GeoIP Blocking
The concept of file transferring in computer networks is probably as old as email itself, if not older. There are many ways and protocols used for file transferring in Synology Nas and technologies have evolved over the last few years. One file transfer protocol, which became a standard since 16 April 1971, is FTP (File … Read moreSynology: Difference Between FTP and SFTP
Has your Let’s Encrypt SSL certificate for the domain hosted on your Synology NAS nearly expired? No problem, your Synology with its powerful DSM operating system will make renewal really easy. No need for you to be an expert; any person can renew their SSL certificate for their domain in the few simple steps explained … Read moreHow to Renew/Update SSL Certificate on Synology NAS
Recently there has been a global Brute Force attack targeting Synology NAS devices. Fortunately, in just a few steps we can guarantee our Synology NAS is always safe, thanks to the powerful architectural structure of Linux Kernel that guarantees security. Synology strongly recommends all users check if the measures below are in place to secure … Read moreHow to Protect and Secure Your Synology NAS From Attacks