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Synology® DSM 5.0 Secured Against OpenSSL Heartbleed Vulnerability
Sunday, 13 April 2014 16:55

An Internet-wide vulnerability Heartbleed bug was found in a popular software library, OpenSSL, used by most major Internet services, including MyDS Center and DSM. However, Synology engineers quickly patched it across the entire MyDS Center and DSM 5.0. We’d like you to know that:

  • MyDS Center servers have been patched and are safe to use. Although there is no evidence that private customer data was accessed using this vulnerability, as a precaution we are asking all of our customers to reset their MyDS passwords.
  • DSM 5.0-4458 Update 2 is released on Apr. 10. All users using DSM 5.0 & DSM 4.3 are encouraged to follow the instructions on Security Advisory.
  • We are working on update for DSM 4.2 & DSM 4.3. DSM 4.2 update will be available in one week. For users who prefer using DSM 4.3, the update will be ready before the end of April.
  • DSM 4.1 users are advised to upgrade their system to DSM 4.2
  • DSM 4.0 and previous versions are not affected.

  • 140413-DSM5General

Version: 5.0-4458 Update 2

(2014/04/10)

Change Log

  1. 1.Fixed a critical security issue of OpenSSL (heartbleed) to prevent secret keys from being compromised. (CVE-2014-0160)
  2. 2.Enhanced the reliability of moving shared folders to different volumes.
  3. 3.Fixed a security issue causing encrypted shared folders to be mounted automatically after resetting the admin's password by pressing the reset button.
  4. 4.Fixed an issue causing system services and applications to possibly stop working.
  5. 5.Fixed an issue causing files indexing in Media Library to possibly stop working.
  6. 6.Fixed an issue preventing users from logging into FTP service when Personal Website was enabled and the homes shared folder was located on an ext3 volume.
  7. 7.Fixed an issue causing hard drives to not hibernate when SSD read-write cache was enabled.


 

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