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Synology release a new update today (or at least I was reminded by my setup).

 

Release Notes:

Version : 5.0-4528

 

(2014/10/22)

What’s New

This hotfix includes all bug fixes as well as security fixes in the previously released critical updates since DSM 5.0-4458.

This hotfix will remove the current known malware on your Synology NAS.

Fixed Issues

Fixed two Linux kernel vulnerabilities that could allow local users to cause a denial of service resulting in uncontrolled recursion or unkillable mount process (CVE-2014-5471 and CVE-2014-5472).

Fixed one Linux kernel vulnerability that could allow local users to cause a denial of service or possibly gain privileges via a crafted application that triggers a zero count (CVE-2014-0205).

Fixed one Linux kernel vulnerability that could allow man-in-the-middle attackers to spoof servers and obtain sensitive information via a crafted certificate (CVE-2014-6657).

Fixed one SNMP vulnerability where the improper validation of input could allow remote attackers to cause a denial of service (CVE-2014-2284).

Implemented minor fixes related to the ShellShock Bash vulnerabilities previously addressed in DSM 4493-05 updates (Bash 4.2-51, 4.2-52, and 4.2-53).

 

Anyone already tried updating to this version? Or can some test it on a test VM? Currently I'm running DSM5.0-4493-7.

It looks like you need to upgrade your setup. I can't seem to find any bromolow patch.

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there is no problem with installing new version (4528).

1. start xpenology

2. in menu chose install/upgrade

3. click tab

4. change to upgrade=5.0-4528

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for bare metal option is needed to change menu_install.lst file the same way:

 

kernel /zImage ihd_num=0 netif_num=4 syno_hw_version=DS3612xs sn=B3J4N01003 vid=0x0EA0 pid=0x2168 loglevel=0 vga=0x305 upgrade=5.0-4528

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For bare metal,

 

Do i download the pat file. make a change to the menu_install.lst

 

kernel /zImage ihd_num=0 netif_num=4 syno_hw_version=DS3612xs sn=B3J4N01003 vid=0x0EA0 pid=0x2168 loglevel=0 vga=0x305 upgrade=5.0-4528

 

and then just select the pat file when asked?

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yes. all installation steps like with 4493, just upgrade number need to be changed to 4528. you can download pat file from synology or let it be downloaded when upgrading thru web

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I'm testing right know.

 

So after a clean install or from a upgrade 4493-7 I got following message in a pop-up shortly after logging on:

 

You are not permitted to use this service.

 

Then after clicking 'OK' it logs me out of DSM.

 

So, I think Synology has implemented some security checks.

Let's troubleshoot :smile:

 

Boot images are on my site. I think it's best to use them for testing only till everything is sorted.

 

strange. i installed 5.0-4528 on virtualbox VM few times without problems, also on ESXi 5.1. it was upgraded from 5.0-4493 and clean install

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Very strange. The first time I installed it in a testing environment as clean install. No problems. Now at home, after clean en upgrade both the same problems as described.

 

looks like its related to DSM5.0-4493 update 7 cause i dont had it installed

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virtualbox, esxi or bare metal?

 

and pat file downloaded from synology site or thru web instaler?

also installation thru web installer or with synology agent?

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hi,

for your information:

 

my system: (for test)

vmware workstation 10

32m HD (NB_x64_5032_DSM_50-4493_Xpenology_nl.vmdk) + 10G HD.

installed 5.0 4493 - update7. and failed to upgrade to 5.0-4528

 

then i follow the instruction above:

1. change the menu_install.lst in the 32m HD.

2. restart the system.

3. in the menu chose install/upgrade

4. change to upgrade=5.0-4528

5. it become an new installation.

6. just finished the new installation. pat : download from syn. installation thru agent - link - web.

7. login as admin.-- yes, i can login without trouble.

8. it show : DMS VER. DSM 5.0-4528

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try again:

vm-workstation 10.

32m HD for : NB_x64_5032_DSM_50-4493_Xpenology_nl.vmdk -- change the menu_install.lst

10G HD.

start :

from the menu, choice second : install/upgrade

next, choice 4528. done.

from the Synology Assistant,

find the site, then link.

in the web, upload the pat ( download from syn.)

done.

login : ok

install audio station -- ok.

install download station -- ok.

reboot -- ok.

change ip and gateway -- ok.

install photo station and upload photo -- ok.

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hi,

for your information:

 

my system: (for test)

vmware workstation 10

32m HD (NB_x64_5032_DSM_50-4493_Xpenology_nl.vmdk) + 10G HD.

installed 5.0 4493 - update7. and failed to upgrade to 5.0-4528

 

then i follow the instruction above:

1. change the menu_install.lst in the 32m HD.

2. restart the system.

3. in the menu chose install/upgrade

4. change to upgrade=5.0-4528

5. it become an new installation.

6. just finished the new installation. pat : download from syn. installation thru agent - link - web.

7. login as admin.-- yes, i can login without trouble.

8. it show : DMS VER. DSM 5.0-4528

 

hi i have a problem with trying it this way as i have it installed and booting from a single hdd in my hp proliant n54l micro server so if anyone can help on how i can update it by using a software called winscp to change the relevant info it would be great i hope to hear from you asap on this matter with thanks in advance

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hi,

for your information:

 

my system: (for test)

vmware workstation 10

32m HD (NB_x64_5032_DSM_50-4493_Xpenology_nl.vmdk) + 10G HD.

installed 5.0 4493 - update7. and failed to upgrade to 5.0-4528

 

then i follow the instruction above:

1. change the menu_install.lst in the 32m HD.

2. restart the system.

3. in the menu chose install/upgrade

4. change to upgrade=5.0-4528

5. it become an new installation.

6. just finished the new installation. pat : download from syn. installation thru agent - link - web.

7. login as admin.-- yes, i can login without trouble.

8. it show : DMS VER. DSM 5.0-4528

 

hi i have a problem with trying it this way as i have it installed and booting from a single hdd in my hp proliant n54l micro server so if anyone can help on how i can update it by using a software called winscp to change the relevant info it would be great i hope to hear from you asap on this matter with thanks in advance

 

Since i'm the creator of the Single HDD image he is referring to i have just helped him with his issue on my own website, If any one else on this forum is using the same image then please read the posts in this thread for help on updating by changing the text.

 

http://cyanlabs.net/Thread-help-with-th ... m-5-0-4528

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Thanks

 

How do you access the partition with grub ?

 

If the Virtual Diskstation is booted ... you have only access via winscp to the Synology structure ... no the startup disk one

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Thanks

 

How do you access the partition with grub ?

 

If the Virtual Diskstation is booted ... you have only access via winscp to the Synology structure ... no the startup disk one

 

i had a ubuntu system on my vm, so i mount the virtual disk to the ubuntu then edit it.

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Hi,

there is a report that the 212J update to 4528 and got err.

maybe we need to wait few days to see what happened.

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