Synology has released DSM 6.0.1-7393 Update 1 for NASs running DiskStation Manager 6. The update includes several security and bug fixes. The NTP Service (Network Time Protocol) is the only service that is restarted during the update although I still always recommend applying the update when the NAS is not being used, just in case there is a unexpected problem.
I didn’t have any issues applying the update to DS415+, DS1511+ and DS1815+ models.
The update includes:
- Improved system stability when Synology NAS serves as a VPN server.
- Fixed several security vulnerabilities regarding NTP module (CVE-2016-4957, CVE-2016-4953, CVE-2016-4954, CVE-2016-4955, and CVE-2016-4956).
- Fixed an issue where DSM user interface might become unresponsive under normal operation.
- Fixed an issue where shared links created by LDAP users in DSM 5.2 might be unavailable after upgrading to DSM 6.0.
- Fixed an issue where folders cannot be uploaded to File Station.
- Fixed an issue where encrypted replication tasks cannot be resumed or completed when the sync process has been interrupted.
- Fixed an issue where log files could not be rotated on the passive server in the HA cluster, which could cause the upgrade failure on the passive server.
- Enhanced the process of shared folder encryption.