Synology and QNAP NAS systems are affected by their security vulnerabilities nettalk To support Apple network protocols. QNAP and Synology provided the first updates to fill in the gaps as quickly as possible.
The vulnerabilities, sometimes categorized as critical, are caused by the use of an older version of Netatalk by both manufacturers, as gaps that were already closed in the current version still exist.
All versions are affected, and many updates are still missing
According to QNAP OS versions are QTS 5.0.x and later, 4.5.4 and later, 4.3.6 and later, 4.3.4 and later, 4.3.3 and later 4.2.6 and later and QuTS hero h5.0.x and later, QuTS hero h4.5.4 and later versions are affected The latest and QuTScloud c5.0.x have vulnerabilities. The first updates are available as QTS 126.96.36.1992 Build 20220419, further updates should appear as soon as possible for all affected versions. In addition to updating via the web interface of the NAS, users can also Check the QNAP Support section for the latest version of QTS.
Synology im Security Consulting List Synology-SA-22: 06 Netatalk Disk Station Manager 6.2 (DSM), DSM 7.0 and DSM 7.1 as well as VS Firmware 2.3 and Synology Router Manager 1.2 (SRM). The update that updates Netatalk is only available for DSM 7.1 in the form of 7.1-42661-1 or later. Synology also has updates on The site is available for download.
Malicious code can be executed
Temporarily disable AFP functions
As long as there is no update available for your particular device that fills Netatalk vulnerabilities, the AFP functions must be deactivated via the NAS web interface.
Update 04/29/2022 1:15 PM