Synology has rolled out an update to DSM 6.0 that includes a laundry list of bug fixes. DSM 6.0-7321 Update 5 and 6 are now available for download, and if you’re running a DiskStation that has DSM 6.0 installed, it is recommended you install the update right away.
Here’s what’s new:
- Upgraded NTP to 4.2.8p7 to address multiple vulnerabilities (CVE-2016-1547, CVE-2016-1548, CVE-2016-1549, CVE-2016-1550, CVE-2016-1551, CVE-2016-2516, CVE-2016-2517, CVE-2016-2518, CVE-2016-2519).
- Upgraded OpenSSL to 1.0.2h to address multiple vulnerabilities (CVE-2016-2105, CVE-2016-2106, CVE-2016-2107, CVE-2016-2108, CVE-2016-2109, CVE-2016-2176).
- Enhanced the compatibility of Synology NAS with Hyper-V exports.
- Fixed an issue where adding ACL permissions or changing file owner would fail in Windows via SMB.
- Fixed an issue where iSCSI ACL could not access LUNs properly.
- Fixed an issue where editing shared folders would fail when shared folder netlogn/sysvol existed.
- Fixed an issue where channel scan could not be performed on entry Marvell models with certain DVB-T dongles.
- Fixed an issue where LUNs could not be backed up to an external SATA device.
- Fixed an issue where iSCSI service might cause a system crash in a VMware environment under heavy load.
- Before the official patch is released, workaround is applied to mitigate multiple vulnerabilities of ImageMagick module (CVE-2016-3714, CVE-2016-3715, CVE-2016-3716, CVE-2016-3717, CVE-2016-3718).
- Applied the enhanced official workaround to mitigate multiple vulnerabilities of ImageMagick module (CVE-2016-3714, CVE-2016-3715, CVE-2016-3716, CVE-2016-3717, CVE-2016-3718).
The update is now available for all compatible DiskStation and RackStation models at Synology’s Download Center.