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A Network Attached Storage (NAS) is a computer connected to a network that allows remote access to the filesystem, often with built-in redundancy or backup features. Ransomware groups have been seen exploiting vulnerabilities in NAS devices to ransom the files and pivot into corporate networks.
The most recent of these vulnerabilities is a remote code execution bug in OpenSSL, a widely-used open source cryptographic library.
According to Cortex Xpanse, 250000 QNAP and Synology NAS devices are exposed to the public internet.
Devices running OpenSSL libraries v1.1.1 -> v1.1.1k and v1.0.2 -> v1.0.2y could be vulnerable.
Products which may be affected
Containment, Mitigations & Remediations
Where possible, don’t expose devices to the Internet.
Where remote access is required it may be advisable to put the service behind a VPN or use IP whitelisting to control access.