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We are big fans of network attached storage (NAS) solutions, which in recent years have become far more sophisticated and capable. Western Digital's My Cloud products have generally been a solid option in the NAS arena. Unfortunately, it was recently discovered that several My Cloud devices were susceptible to a backdoor vulnerability that could allow an attacker to gain unauthorized root access. Fortunately, WD is working to resolve the issue. WD acknowledged the security holes in a blog post, saying that critical issues that were brought up in some recent articles were addressed last year with firmware update version 2.30.172 and above. As for the other issues, WD said it will address them... Read more...
  If you have a Western Digital My Cloud device, you might want to perk up and pay attention. Security researchers have discovered that the family of network-attached storage (NAS) drives are susceptible to some rather nasty remote exploits, and they thus far have not been [properly] patched by Western Digital. The first issue that researcher zenofex discovered is Western Digital’s sloppy use of scripts to authenticate users. The company uses cookies for authentication, but the way the process was implemented allows for an attacker to specially "bake" cookies to meet compliance. “Any time there is a login check within the PHP scripts, an attacker is able to bypass the check by supplying... Read more...
Western Digital ended the work week by rolling out four new network attached storage (NAS) solutions split into two product segments -- the My Cloud Expert Series consisting of the My Cloud EX2100 (two-bay solution) and My Cloud EX4100 (four-bay solution), and the My Cloud Business Series with the My Cloud DL2100 (two-bay) and My Cloud DL4100 (four-bay).The My Cloud EX2100 and EX4100 sport the latest versions of the dual-core ARMADA processor (385 and 388) and offer top-class read and write speeds for simultaneous, high-performance HD media streaming and up to 24TB of storage capacity, WD says.Both solutions come with WD Red drives that are designed for NAS boxes. They can be configured using... Read more...