the QNAP snatch thing
Last week, authorities in Finland warned of a newly discovered piece of malware targeting QNAP network storage boxes.
any further news on this, MY NAS has been off for a while as it happens, but back home soon, and will power up, have got the latest updates installed, and that was done only a week or so back
I have seen the options out there to make safe if it ISN'T hit, as well as the draconian options to clear if it IS :o(
will be checking through and making sure I am up to date fully
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Update November 01, 12:04 EDT: QNAP says in a security advisory released today that an update for the Malware Remover app will be released as soon as possible to address the QSnatch malware threat.
QNAP also recommends taking the following measures to avoid infections:
Update QTS to the latest version.
Install and update Security Counselor to the latest version.
Use a stronger admin password.
Enable IP and account access protection to prevent brute force attacks.
Disable SSH and Telnet connections if you are not using these services.
Avoid using default port numbers 443 and 8080.
from - https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/qsnatch-malware-infects-thousands-of-nas-devices-steals-credentials/
my main issue / concern is how to determine whether you are infected ?
still, only a 6TB set up, could be worse :o)