Is the 10.0.1.1 your routers IP address?
Then he perhaps have access to your router?
I have closed the ports 21 and 80 which often is open on your router, and made a very strong password on the router.
mike42dk wrote:I don't know if there is an access to your router, but if I was you I would take my WAN connection off, and then reflash my router, and make a new password, and make new settings from scratch.
mike42dk wrote:Now when Synology has become more and more popular, it's expected that the DS is a target.
Goner wrote:mike42dk wrote:Now when Synology has become more and more popular, it's expected that the DS is a target.
I don't think they are specifically targeting Synology boxes ; there are 100.000's of devices on the Internet using port 21, 22, 80 etc. and having a default 'admin' account.
They just scan ranges of IP-addresses for well-known port numbers. I have seen attempts to log on with port 22 (SSH/SFTP) here, but not a single one on port 5000.
kerryandjane wrote:Change it to something random, forward your router to it and unforward Port 22.
Montago wrote:would be cool if the NAS could subscribe to a list of blocked IP's and post IPs to the list too...
my NAS is also bombarded with SSH attemps - so i disabled SSH since i never use it anyway.
its insane how much hacking is being done in 2013 !!!!... and DDOS'ing !
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