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gnoboot & DSM 5.0-4482 - Experiences?

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Surrender, guys. xpenology hacks are no way now :razz:

DsmProtection parent exit
DsmProtection child exit
ptrace detected.
__findenv detected: %s
strcmp hacking detected.
Start DsmProtection
RemoveBlockFile: %s
HardwareCheck GPIO PASS
HardwareCheck GPIO NOT PASS
Start HardwareCheck
Failed to read syno_deno_of_spinup_time: %d
HardwareCheck Device NOT PASS
HardwareCheck Device PASS
Start HardwareCheckOnProcDevice
Start HardwareCheckOnSys
Device check failed count: %d
Lack device info: %s%s%s

etc etc etc...

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Surrender, guys. xpenology hacks are no way now :razz:
DsmProtection parent exit
DsmProtection child exit
ptrace detected.
__findenv detected: %s
strcmp hacking detected.
Start DsmProtection
RemoveBlockFile: %s
HardwareCheck GPIO PASS
HardwareCheck GPIO NOT PASS
Start HardwareCheck
Failed to read syno_deno_of_spinup_time: %d
HardwareCheck Device NOT PASS
HardwareCheck Device PASS
Start HardwareCheckOnProcDevice
Start HardwareCheckOnSys
Device check failed count: %d
Lack device info: %s%s%s

etc etc etc...

 

Interesting!

 

Hi Vortex,

May I know how you grep out these strings?

I did some try and get nothing helpful... :<

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Somebody with DSM 5.0 and gnoboot please send me (PM link) your /var/log/dsm.dat file...

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my dsm.dat

 

 

 

Apr 29 14:17:48 uistrings.cgi: 669 HardwareCheck Device NOT PASS

Apr 29 14:18:03 initdata.cgi: 669 HardwareCheck Device NOT PASS

Apr 29 14:18:06 uistrings.cgi: 669 HardwareCheck Device NOT PASS

Apr 29 14:18:16 usersettings.cg: 669 HardwareCheck Device NOT PASS

Apr 29 14:18:17 initdata.cgi: 669 HardwareCheck Device NOT PASS

Apr 29 14:18:27 usersettings.cg: 669 HardwareCheck Device NOT PASS

Apr 29 14:18:48 usersettings.cg: 669 HardwareCheck Device NOT PASS

Apr 29 14:25:42 uistrings.cgi: 669 HardwareCheck Device NOT PASS

Apr 29 14:25:45 initdata.cgi: 669 HardwareCheck Device NOT PASS

Apr 29 14:25:50 initdata.cgi: 669 HardwareCheck Device NOT PASS

Apr 29 14:25:53 usersettings.cg: 669 HardwareCheck Device NOT PASS

Apr 29 14:26:43 usersettings.cg: 669 HardwareCheck Device NOT PASS

Apr 29 14:28:05 usersettings.cg: 669 HardwareCheck Device NOT PASS

Apr 29 14:38:50 uistrings.cgi: 669 HardwareCheck Device NOT PASS

Apr 29 14:38:53 initdata.cgi: 669 HardwareCheck Device NOT PASS

Apr 29 14:38:57 initdata.cgi: 669 HardwareCheck Device NOT PASS

Apr 29 14:39:02 usersettings.cg: 669 HardwareCheck Device NOT PASS

Apr 29 14:39:11 usersettings.cg: 669 HardwareCheck Device NOT PASS

Apr 29 14:40:06 usersettings.cg: 669 HardwareCheck Device NOT PASS

Apr 29 14:40:14 usersettings.cg: 669 HardwareCheck Device NOT PASS

Apr 29 17:54:14 uistrings.cgi: 669 HardwareCheck Device NOT PASS

Apr 29 17:54:29 initdata.cgi: 669 HardwareCheck Device NOT PASS

Apr 29 17:54:32 uistrings.cgi: 669 HardwareCheck Device NOT PASS

Apr 29 17:54:37 initdata.cgi: 669 HardwareCheck Device NOT PASS

Apr 29 17:54:41 usersettings.cg: 669 HardwareCheck Device NOT PASS

Apr 29 17:57:02 usersettings.cg: 669 HardwareCheck Device NOT PASS

 

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Weird, log is not it?

Note that this log file was encrypted, and his filname is carefully obfuscated.

I would not be surprised if this log is transmitted to Synology.

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Hmmm, Could be but Elvis can still be alive also :smile:).

Let's not go to much into conspiracy theories. The fact is that Syno knows about XPeno and only they know what strategy they have in regards to this community. They could destroy XPeno or they can make it flourish and turn it into their mega beta test environment (Personal opinion)

 

 

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I just cannot find the dsm.data in my genuine Syno device running 4482.

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only thanks xpenology I bought 2 synology boxes.

Without Xpenology I would have bought qnap.

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Might be stupid question, but could the dsm.dat file be made write protected, without it being rejected? That way it would always be empty.

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I'm really not sure why some of you are freaking out over security issues. First, any device like this should be behind a firewall, do you really have Samba shares or log-ins open to a public facing interface? Second, I can't imagine using XPEnology in a production environment, if you are .. shame on you, I hope you get fired. Secure your network and XPEnology device properly, only open ports needed too and from locations accessed and you should have no security concerns. I highly doubt your wife is going to exploit CVE-2013-4496 to get a look at your porn collection.

 

Relax,

 

-Almstsobur

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I always say the same thing. If you will need it for real important shit(data) buy the goddamn original Syno. Me for example, I have it as a "productive NAS for home". Am I doing the right thing? :smile:)

 

PS: I already recommended at work to buy some big DiskStations that should provide rather cheap but large storage spaces in remote locations where a SAN is not the option due to lots of reasons. The best choice!

 

 

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Unfortunately most Synology solutions are underpowered in CPU for plex transcoding. The 3612 might do the job (price tag of 3k), but even that is borderline. If they would only offer smth with more power in the consumer field.

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I asked a while back, but anyway to stop the Software looking for an update / disabling the alert / prompt to update.. Its doing my head in Control panel popping up every time I log on ! :smile:

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I asked a while back, but anyway to stop the Software looking for an update / disabling the alert / prompt to update.. Its doing my head in Control panel popping up every time I log on ! :smile:

 

On Control panel disable find and download upgrades periodically. Then ssh and delete /autoupd@te.info

It should work.

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I asked a while back, but anyway to stop the Software looking for an update / disabling the alert / prompt to update.. Its doing my head in Control panel popping up every time I log on ! :smile:

 

On Control panel disable find and download upgrades periodically. Then ssh and delete /autoupd@te.info

It should work.

 

Thanks, Stopped it popping up ! :smile:

Notification still there, but I can live with that ..

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Somebody with DSM 5.0 and gnoboot please send me (PM link) your /var/log/dsm.dat file...

Have no such file on my xpenology dsm 5.0-4458 update 2 running on hp n54l with gnoboot 10.5. Or this concerns only 4482 build?

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Yes, but it is more strict now.

 

what check does it do to know if its real or not? could a pci table file be changed to trick it into thinking it’s a real synology?

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I'm not sure if anyone has tested to see if maybe it is just a serial number check? I own a Synology NAS, and I gave my ESXI Xpenology the SN of my offline real NAS and the MAC of my offline real NAS, and it seems like features such as the buildt in dynamic DNS etc all work for me.

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I'm not sure if anyone has tested to see if maybe it is just a serial number check? I own a Synology NAS, and I gave my ESXI Xpenology the SN of my offline real NAS and the MAC of my offline real NAS, and it seems like features such as the buildt in dynamic DNS etc all work for me.

 

Did 4482 work for you as well on your VM of DSM?

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