Nowadays, having an UPS when you have a pc at home becomes mandatory. In my case it’s even more important because I host my website from home. If you have a NAS, in my case Synology, the UPS will be a holy hand and help you avoid numerous problems. I read a lot about different UPS … Read moreAdd CyberPower UPS Support To Your Synology Nas
Knock, Knock Synology! It’s been more than one year without any update to the Apache HTTP Server 2.4 package. The current Synology package version 2.4.29 has huge holes in security. You can take a look at the Apache 2.4 changelog page (the latest version is 2.4.39) where you can see a lot of security improvements since version … Read moreSynology Apache HTTP Server 2.4 Package is out of date
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 moreHow to keep your Synology NAS dust free
We are administrators and Synology NAS gives us the opportunity to be “free”. We do not need paid plugins that do a simple thing like backing up the wordpress database. Many people who use Synology NAS as hosting for their sites are “lost” in a jungle of people trying to take advantage of their position … Read moreSynology: How To Backup Your WordPress Database Without Plugins
We have all been confronted with various ongoing attacks on our synology, attacks which aim to breach through the SSH 22 open port. These attacks directed at our synology 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 possible passwords and passphrases until … Read moreSynology SSH Attack: How To Disable SSH?