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We have a new and interesting means of increasing the power of fraudulent cell tower Stingray attacks, and a continuing threat from cross-radio WiFi-to-Bluetooth leakage. We’ll touch on a sci-fi reminder and a SpinRite update, then dig into what’s happened since last week on the Log4j front.

Log4Shell is not like Spectre or Meltdown, which were academic theories. This is at the far other end of that spectrum. But first we’re going to talk a bit about last week’s massive Amazon network services outage and the unfortunate but probably inevitable abuse of Apple’s AirTag ecosystem. I need to correct the record over my undeserved praise, last week, for Windows 11 and its loosening grip over its Edge browser association, and we need to warn all WordPress site admins about a new and serious set of threats.

We have a single item of closing the loop feedback about today’s main topic, a bit of Sci-Fi and a SpinRite update. Then, we’ll roll up our sleeves and by the end of today’s episode listening will understand exactly how, why and what happened with Log4j and Log4Shell.

We look at the horrifying lack of security in smartwatches for children smartwatches for children?!? Microsoft softens the glue between Windows 11 and Edge, bad guys find a new way of slipping malware into our machines, a botnet uses the bitcoin blockchain for backup communications, and HP has printer models in dire need of firmware updates. We touch on sci-fi and SpinRite, then we look at new research into an entirely new class of cross-site privacy breaches affecting every web browser including a test every user can run for themselves on their various browsers.

Bogons Begone! This week we’ll note that the new Edge browser’s Super Duper Secure Mode has been deployed and can be enabled by security-conscious users. We have an important reminder about clicking links in email and wonder how that can still be a problem, and the entirely predictable evolution of a Windows zero-day vulnerability which is latent no longer. We have some interesting closing-the-loop feedback from our terrific listeners, and a sci-fi book update.

Then we take another and much broader look at the recent efforts to clean up IPv4, but this time from the perspective of those working to do so.

They’re proposing a change to a fundamental and long-standing aspect of the Internet’s routing which I think must be doomed to fail. So we’ll spend a bit of time on this in case it might actually happen. Then Microsoft reveals some results from their network of honeypots, and we update on the progress, or lack of, toward more secure passwords.

GoDaddy suffers another major intrusion, and just about every Netgear router really does now need to receive a critical update for the fifth time this year.

This one is very worrisome. Blacksmith This week we look at a critical 9. We’re then rocketed back to reality by a review of last week’s Patch Tuesday, looking at what it broke and happily what more it fixed, including hints that Christmas might finally be coming to printing by December.

We have some more encouraging ransomware vs the law news, and we examine the question of how to make big money defrauding online advertisers. Bluetooth Fingerprinting This week we quickly cover a bunch of welcome news on the combating ransomware front.

We look at the results from last week’s Pwn2Own contest in Austin Texas and at a weird problem that only some users of Windows 11 started experiencing after Halloween.

There’s a serious problem with GitLab servers and additional supply-chain attacks on JavaScript’s package management. We have some fun closing the loop feedback from our listeners.

I’m going to share the details of an interesting IRQ problem I tracked down last week. Then we’ll take a look at an aspect of radio frequency fingerprinting that has apparently escaped everyone’s notice until seven researchers from UCSD did the math. Trojan Source This week we keep counting them Chrome 0-days, we look at a pair of badly misbehaving Firefox add-ons with Mozilla’s moves to deal with their and future proxy API abuse. We check-in for Windows news from Redmond which I’m again unable to resist commenting upon, then we look at a surprise motherload of critical updates from Adobe and at the still-ongoing DDoS attacks against VoIP providers and their providers.

We’ll look at some fun and interesting Closing The Loop feedback from our listeners and I’m able to share some surprising early benchmarks from SpinRite.

The More Things Change This week we share some welcome news about Windows Leo gets his wish about REvil. Microsoft improves vulnerability report management, attempts to explain their policy regarding the expiration of security updates, and prepares for the imminent release of the next big feature update to Windows 10, 21H2.

Zerodium publicly solicits vulnerabilities in three top VPN providers. Three researchers disclose their new and devastating “Gummy Browser” attack, which I’ll debunk. Another massively popular JavaScript NPM package has been maliciously compromised and then widely downloaded.

We close the loop by looking at “Nubeva’s” claims of having solved the ransomware problem. We touch on a new annoyance spreading across websites, and also briefly touch on four sci-fi events: “Dune,” “Foundation,” “Arrival,” and “Invasion. Then we’ll take a look back to share and discuss a conversation Leo and I had more than 20 years ago. What’s surprising is the degree to which “The More Things Change Minh Duong’s Epic Rickroll This week we, of course, update on various controversies surrounding Win11 and catch up on the aftermath of last week’s Patch Tuesday.

We note that REvil’s brief reappearance appears to have ended — perhaps this time forever — and we examine, just for the record, the outcome of the big, virtual, nation anti-ransomware meeting where the invitations for China and Russia were apparently lost in the mail.

We look at the amazing results of this past weekend’s Tianfu Cup hacking competition in China, at the startling success of a prolific botnet’s clipboard hijacking module, and at LinkedIn’s decision to dramatically pare down its offerings in China. And then, after quickly sharing Sunday’s big news about SpinRite, we’re going to take a very fun and detailed look at the sophisticated senior prank orchestrated by Illinois’ Minh Duong who miraculously sidestepped his own arrest.

We look at Google’s warning sent to more than 14, of its Gmail users and at their move toward enforced two-step verification. We look at recent hacking and ransom payment legislation and at last week’s massive breach at Twitch. We cover the emergency Apache web server update and the mass exodus from WhatsApp during last week’s Facebook outage. We look at new Windows 11 side effects and at Patch Tuesday.

We close the loop with some listeners and I quickly update on SpinRite’s progress. Then we settle down to consider the true significance and import of the various year-to-date 0-day counts. But before we get there we look at this week’s new pair of 0-day flaws which Google fixed in Chrome, we note the arrival of Windows 11 with a yawn and also caution about one known flaw that it’s already known to have.

We look at some potential for global action against ransomware, and some possible movement by the FCC to thwart SIM swapping and number transporting attacks. We also examine a widespread Android Trojan which is making its attackers far too much money, and speaking of money, there’s a known flaw in Apple Pay when using a VISA card that neither company wants to fix. We examine the growing annoyance of those who are reporting bugs to Apple, Epik’s belated confirmation of their mega data breach, Windows 11’s further progress toward its release, and its new and much more useful PC Health Check tool.

We look at some additional fallout from this month’s ever-exciting Patch Tuesday and take notice of a clever new approach for bypassing anti-malware checking under Windows. And after a quick check-in about the first two episodes of AppleTV’s Foundation series, we settle in to examine the week’s most explosive, worrisome and somewhat controversial disclosure of yet another huge Microsoft screw-up which caused this week’s episode to be given the domain name: autodiscover.

We checkout the once again mixed blessing of last Tuesday’s Microsoft patches, and we examine a welcome feature of Android 11 that’s being back-ported through Android 6. Then we’ll wrap up by introducing the latest weapon in the malign perpetrator’s arsenal, the powerful commercial tool known as Cobalt Strike. The Meris Botnet This week we’re going to note the apparent return of REvil–not nearly as dead and gone as many hoped. Even though IE is gone, it’s guts live on in Windows.

We’re going to share the not surprising but still interesting results of security impact surveys taken of IT and home workers, after which we’ll examine a fully practical JavaScript based Spectre attack on Chrome. I have bit of closing the loop feedback to share and a surprisingly serious question about the true nature of reality for us to consider.

TPM 1. We look at some new troubles for Bluetooth and at a popular and persistently unpatched residential security system which can be trivially disarmed by bad guys. We share some interesting closing the loop feedback and a new Sci-Fi discovery. Then we take a long and careful look at the details and differences between version 1. Life: Hanging by a PIN This week we’ll start out by clarifying the terms credit freeze and credit lock.

Then we have news of the T-Mobile breach from its perpetrator. We examine the evolving and infuriating question of where will Windows 11 run and we look at yet another newly revealed attack against Microsoft’s Exchange server known as ProxyToken. I wanted to clarify a bit about Tailscale’s source openness, and touch on the disturbing revelations shaking the mass storage industry with SSD performance being deliberately reduced once they’ve been well reviewed and adopted.

I’ll update our patient SpinRite owners on my recent work and progress, we’ll touch on some cellular phone terminology, then conclude by considering the power of the PIN and look at just how much damage it can do. Microsoft’s Reasoned Neglect This week we briefly look at Firefox’s plan to block unsecured downloads. We examine the threat posed by T-Mobile’s massive and deep data breach and what current and past customers of T-Mobile should do.

We’ll also examine a simple-to-make flaw in the Razer gaming mouse installer, cover another worrisome IoT protocol screw-up, and share a couple of feedback notes and a question from our listeners. Then I want to conclude by following up on last week’s discussion of Microsoft’s apparent culpable negligence with a proposed explanation of their behavior and motivation which fits the facts so well that it becomes Reasoned Neglect.

Microsoft’s Culpable Negligence This week we look at another very significant improvement in Firefox’s privacy guarantees and the first steps for Facebook into native end-to-end encryption. We look at several well-predicted instances of abuse of Microsoft’s PrintNightmare vulnerabilities, and at a clever cryptocurrency mining Botnet that optimizes the commandeered system for its own needs.

Then, after touching upon a bit of errata and some closing-the-loop feedback from our terrific podcast followers, we conclude with a sober consideration of Microsoft’s handling of vulnerability patching during the past year.

And we ask what it means. Apple’s CSAM Mistake This week we look at a pervasive failure built into the random number generators of a great many, if not nearly all, lightweight IoT devices. We look at some old, new and returned critical vulnerabilities in major VPN products. We look at a number of terrific bits of feedback from our listeners. Then we carefully examine the operation and consequences of Apple’s recent announcement of their intention to begin reacting to the photographic image content being sent, received and stored by their iOS-based devices.

The BlackMatter Interview This week we look at FireFox’s declining active user count, at the evolution of the Initial Network Access Broker world, at several different ransomware group renamings and revivals and we encounter a well-informed Active Directory security researcher who feels about Microsoft’s July pretty much as we do.

I want to turn our listeners onto a very interesting looking Hamachi’esque overlay for WireGuard and share a fun diagnostic anecdote that cost me a day of work last Friday. But we first look at how Chrome managed to hugely speed up its Phishing website early warning system making it even earlier. We cover the striking news of Kaseya having obtained a universal decryptor which is effective for every one of their victims, we look at the massive HP printer driver mess and consider the larger lesson that it teaches, and then we look at the new security features GitHub is bringing to its support of the “Go” language.

REvil Vanishes! This week we look at the continuing attacks on Chrome with yet another zero-day and at Mozilla’s continuing work to give their users the most privacy possible. Amazingly, two more new problems have surfaced with Microsoft printer technology.

We have a review of last week’s Patch Tuesday including the importance of also updating any instances of Adobe’s Acrobat and Reader. We revisit an old friend and consider the folly of rolling one’s own crypto.

We look at the explosive revelations surrounding the widespread abuse of iPhone and Android “surveillance-ware” produced by the NSO Group. And finally, after sharing one fun piece of errata, we’re going to finish by examining the curious, sudden, complete and total disappearance of the REvil ransomware organization. So today we first catch up on the still sadly relevant PrintNightmare from which the industry has been unable to awaken.

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Multiple layers. Native vector tile support. Layer-based filtering. Client-side styling. Individual points and shapes. Geo aggregations. Embed Maps in dashboard. Embed Maps in Canvas. Tracking alerts. Containment alerts. Geo-threshold alerts. Display up to 24 zoom levels. Custom raster and vector tile service support. App Search UI. Search result curation. Search analytics. Synonyms management.

Language-specific relevance. Typo-tolerant relevance model. Relevance model tuning. Adaptive Relevance: Curations beta. Meta engines. Web crawler. Web crawler HTTP proxy authentication. Precision tuning beta. Passthrough Elasticsearch queries. Elasticsearch-based App Search engines. Audit logging. Elastic Workplace Search Unified organizational search experience. Workplace Search server. Unified search interface.

Out-of-the-box search applications. In this old post folks are talking about bounce keys. Not sure if it will help, but worth a try I never even knew this existed.

Mine is also the only account, and as I stated this only happens with this app. I did try your suggestion, but it made no difference. In fact it made it a pain typing in other apps. I guess it was worth a shot. But I highly doubt it. I assume you use the regular US keyboard layout. Can you test with a second account, without any apps installed, and see what that does?

Another thing I have seen in the past is the video driver being an issue — I think it may have been nVidia cards related, but it could also have been AMD cards.

I have been using the windows version under wine, which works alright and tried installing it again and checking to see if the problem still exists, and it does. I do see that a lot of applications seem to be affected by it. Seemingly because pressing a key is processed twice on key down and on key up — so it would suggest a needed update for the file causing this issue could be XLib, could be the Kernel, or another library for that matter.

In this AskUbuntu topic , I did see a crummy trick that may or may not fix this, by tinkering with autorepeat;. This makes it very difficult to see if I can add a fix or work around. Thanks, but tried them to no effect. I did install Rename on my laptop with the same version of Mint and kernel and it works fine, so it appears to be specific to my machine. I do recall, from a few years back, that certain video drivers cause unwanted effects, specifically a driver from nVidia for Linux.

This goes a little beyond my Linux experience though. As if there is a ghost window. Hi BlaBla. I suspect these are 2 season, but I could be wrong.

Your VPN should not matter in this case. RMTV downloads all season and episode information in one go. So, the order should not be affected by that. Files are MKV by the way. MKV files are supported by ffProbe, so that should not be a problem either. As you can see the format works for the episodes added but not the files. Having images disappear after a day is indeed weird haha — I would not have expected that either.

You can test the output from the command-line, if I recall correctly:. Where yourvideo. I will be back home next week though. Cool — thanks for the ffProbe output. I do have a query…. How do I merge 3 episodes? I recently got a show from my childhood it had 3 episodes per file….

I will add this as a feature request to my To-Do list, and will see if this is an relatively easy option to add. This very useful software would be even more useful if 3 episodes could be merged :. Yes, this has been implemented a few months ago in the beta version — give it a try.

Note: Since the beta comes with a ton of new functions, I have not created it as a release version yet — kind-a waiting for users to come back with issues.

Additionally, the new functions require me to write some more on how to use RMTV, for which I have not had time yet. Also, I went to settings to check if there is a setting regarding multiple episodes I could not find any , and I realised that I can not delete items from the TV shows history.

I clicked a TV shows, clicked on Remove selected and nothing happened. No matter if I select one, or multiple with Ctrl. Awesome, and apologies for the lack of more instructions on how to use the beta — enjoy! I have seen that one other person has a problem with deleting items from the TV shows history.

Is it a known issue or is it just me doing something wrong? Yeah, sorry, the other comment was about autodetect history. Nothing happens.

I do not know if this worked for me in the latest release version, because this is the first time I tried it — in the beta. I just tested it with MacOS and this works as expected. Strangely enough not under MacOS or Linux.

I found the issue. The widgetset under Windows is not identifying a selected row as such. Thanks for the quick confirmation! Of course, donation is not required, other ways are sharing the link on social media and shopping at Amazon.

It will be available in the next version — good catch. After enabling ffprobe, it worked correctly. Note: ffProbe is default disabled since most users do not use this option and ffprobe does slow down things significantly. Sorting; another user reported an issue there as well. I have not yet found tricky ones, although I do know they exist. Thanks for reporting this though! Maybe you can copy that code into V2. For example: I do nothing with Anime. In the next release the drag and drop issue will be resolved though — sorting using the current sorting method now works there as well.

Every once in a while i may have to move an OVA or special, but most of the time i see them ahead of time and just do them in a separate batch. They get added in a random order and i have to manually click the sort button. Sounds like you are already aware of this issue though. I know it was there in 1. I only remember because disabling it used to make the problem disappear.

One other small thing: for some reason after a while the search button seems to stop functioning upon mouseclick. However, pressing the return key on the keyboard will still function properly. I used to have some scaling issues on windows when 2. Had to change system scaling as a temp fix, but i think you already fixed this.

One more thing: i have to open the folder that contains the executable and then launch the software from within the folder. Maybe a problem with the way the path to ffprobe is defined? Or maybe the global setting is causing conflicts for the software. Thanks again for the good work. I have zero experience with anime. I did find the sorting bug and in the next version sorting should work properly when doing drag and drop.

I suspect ffmpeg can do something like that, but I honestly never used it. It would slow down things significantly. Way back I had an idea to add the episode info to the metadata, but abandoned that idea real quick. Removing them would make the file no longer playable with any media player. Thanks for letting me know about the search button.

But those buttons have a significant drawback. Regular button have special properties for accessibility for example for folks with no or poor eyesight, that use screen readers , the custom buttons do not have such properties. So for blind people these custom buttons remain invisible. So they would all be standing alone, which would make things look pretty bad. Excellent feedback on the ffProbe issue! Are you running Windows or Linux? Since the development tools I use are always being further developed, one or the other function may have picked up a bug.

Like this one not finding the path of the executable. So thank you for a very good overview! When using the arrow key to navigate a long TV Show dropdown list, when reaching the top the list it cycles to the other end of the list, however, when using the mouse on the top arrow the list does not cycle to the other end.

Cycling to the end is a very convenient way to get to the end of a very long list. It should cycle the same way using the mouse as it does using the arrow key. Interesting catch! I do have to warn you though that this is most likely defined by the widgetset controls either defined by Lazarus Pascal or by the OS. Thanks No Problem! First off thank you for this great piece of software! I have been using it for a few months now and absolutely love and appreciate your hard work!

I have found some strange issue within the last couple weeks though. Sometimes, randomly, it will name one of the files in a list of other files of the same season or just a solo episode but will change the file type to nothing, leaving it unreadable by windows or any players.

I have tried adding the file extension back to the name but that does not seem to work either. I have confirmed that the file works before the rename but will not afterwards. I am running 64bit windows 10 build This only happens once in a while and seems very random. Thanks again for your help and this fantastic software! Since adding the extension does seem to work, this may or may not be related to that. Yeah, the file extensions are not hidden.

The files are zero bytes after the issue and have no properties. It is a strange issue indeed. I have just last night updated to windows 10 v and installed the new.

Net Framework that came along with that update so I can report back here if the problem persists on this windows version. I have not found any random files on my system though, and I am not sure where I would need to look for them either. However it would be nice to find out how I can reproduce this, so I can debug.

I would be more than happy to email you a screenshot of my settings and I can even send you the file that it renamed if that would help as well. Where can I find your email address? Thanks again for all the help! One thing that comes to mind is: having thumbnails enabled — not sure if this still is an issue at times under windows.

The old version of the renamer stopped working a couple days ago giving me errors in the application code. Not sure what happened. In the original application I can drop a bunch of random tv show episodes then search for them and add them as I go.

Now, with this version, I put my episodes in, then I search for the first one and it clears the entire list. Try to add a second one then it freezes. Literally every time. It just throws and error and freaks out. The original version was simpler and better, way more streamlined. You need to go back to that. The old version, since TVDB moved on to the new API, would need a complete rebuild, and at the moment I simply do not have the time available to do this.

Now you can drop a mix of files on it, select different shows and assign episodes, without the list being cleared. This brought me to two issue …. But now comes the next problem … the old version was GTK only now QT5 is also available and both come in static and shared version for ffmpeg files.

Any suggestions on how to proceed? Arch Linux is very lightweight, or not. Also if you remove a rule, then the 11th rule will appear if there is any. It seams that the extra rules exist but they are not visible. If you have a mouse with a mouse-wheel, then you should be able to scroll through the list with that.

You can also increase the height of the window the list should resize then as well, showing more rows. The reason for this is that I have not found a clean cross-platform solution to show a scrollbar. I can enable the default scrollbar, however it would add an ugly white space next to the grid if not used.

Hi Hans! Thank you for your quick response! So I tried it, but I have the same problem. It goes until 10th row. I have it on full screen so it has a lot of space to show me about 30 rows. When I add the rows, everything looks fine! It shows all the rows without a problem even if I have more than 30 rows, a scrollbar appears on the right and I can go up and down. The problem as I mentioned is when I close the settings windows. Then if I reopen it, it will show me only the first However, it has space to show me more.

I also tried this in my laptop smaller screen and the problem exists in there too! And I have found the bug. Appear to be related to SQL picking up 10 rows per packetsize run, and I forgot to set this to limitless. Good find!! Great, I tried it and it works like a charm! Thank you! Ok, so in Title Case, the first and the last word are always capitalized. The articles, conjunctions, and prepositions are in lowercase.

The other words are capitalized. There are some converters online to test this. Also, see here for more info. The same for the others. Interesting, even though it makes sense, I had not heard of this before. Italian, German, Dutch, Chinese, etc. Too bad though, I do like the idea. Thanks though for teaching me something new today. Hi Hans, Yeah this sounds like a lot of work to implement that.

Thanks for your interest though! Version 2. Thanks for catching that and reporting it! I had not noticed this. I tested the local copy and the one worked just fine — just now I tested a downloaded version and see that there indeed is a problem. It seems like it has two program open at the same. On what other projects are you working? I forgot to add! MacOS 2. Will it also be implemented in this new version?

I think is very useful to modify a csv file. I just gave it a try. Season 4 however worked just fine when I tried a minute ago. Could it be that somebody is updating the data at the moment?

I use the macos version of your fantastic app. Could it be that the problem occurs only with that? To gain speed, RMTV caches episodes and shows. Season 4 appears in what I think may be Italian sorry, I do not speak Italian. How much you write is correct. But the difference between the Italian and English versions is that the first stops at episode 19 because there are no translations of subsequent episodes. With the version 1. This is what I would like. The episodes however is very inconsistent.

The old v1 API old and is said to be taken offline soon did fallback automatically to the English names. For now I can only say that this is related to how the new API works. After typing in a show, i get a not responding before i can select the version of the show id like to search… Am i doing something wrong?

For some reason their website is very slow and their CDN every now and then reports that they are down. This could be because their server is having issues, or that there is an unexpected load that their server cannot handle. In the future I hope to implement MazeTV as a source, as it seems more complete and more reliable. Love the app though! Sometimes it does an some times it does not find a given TV show.

Some manual searches on thetdvb. But it is always super slow and I have a very fast Internet connection. As for MazeTV vs. It used to work on your old version of the program since almost all my files are in H. So it appears there is a bug in the program somewhere. I just tested a few files with the MacOS version 2. I grabbed some test videos from x Apple ditto for Microsoft sure is doing their best to make developing application no fun.

The latest beta I had to grab my test Mac to find out seems to have introduced this message. So it is signed correctly. Ok, that went less painful than expected thanks to the Lazarus Pascal community. Try again and see if you still get the message I already approved using.

RMTV on my Catalina setup, so it will not check it again. I just uploaded the exact DMG that I used to notarize the application just in case there was a discrepancy in versions. That seemed to launch without any issues, but I had already enabled opening the previous version via the Security Preference Pane, so not sure which solution fixed it.

Considera che non sono pratici di Ubuntu meno ancora di Linux, non sono assolutamente uno smanettone. Per Google Translate :. I would like to install the program on Ubuntu version Consider that they are not as practical as Ubuntu, even less than Linux, they are absolutely not a freak.

Can you provide me with a step by step procedure. The usual way for me anyway is to extract the tar. Ubuntu users, please chime in if you can. I had a mishap with my program Renamemytvseries v2. But I uninstalled and reinstalled works great. The question is, What is the best way to backup the files? I did try to copy the directory in program file before the mishap but it did not save the shows or setting when I put it back and was running v2. Thank you so much for such quick response for being there for the customer service.

I have been using the old Name My TV Series for the last couple of years aan it has still been working perfectly until today when it could not find the new show Watchmen.

Sadly for some reason it cannot find my media drive which is on my Nas Synology. This was not a problem with the old program. The media folder is shared. Unfortunately, this should not be a RMTV issue. Did you map the share to a drive letter? If not, then this could do the trick. Instead a mapped drive letter eg. Do you get an error message?

Or is it a directory? If so; can you try individual files? Press OK to ignore and risk data corruption. Press Abort to kill the program. I am not sure what triggered this warning but I clicked OK and everything seems to be fine now.

So problem solved :. Thank you for the fast response by the way and now that I have your attention, may I suggest a small change.

When you rename files there is a little popup asking you if you are sure you want to change the name. It would be great if there was an option with a checkbox to not show that popup again. Ah, I had not seen that option under settings, but that works too now that I know about it, thanks :.

Yeah, I know I have spend almost less than one whole sentence on it in the instructions, which is very easy to overlook. In version 2. Is it just showing the wrong color? I had to upload yet another version v2. The SHR system allows you to introduce new drives of different sizes without causing instability and other problems. If other drives are introduced, the traditional RAID system will treat them as the model drive with the lowest capacity.

In addition to having all the functions of EXT 4, it also supports background data integrity checking to speed up the establishment and reconstruction of RAID. QNAP has more third-party applications available and integrates them into its file manager and applications. It means that you can open these files directly on the NAS instead of downloading them locally first.

In conclusion, to decide which one is better in this aspect based on Whether you want to open the traditional or uncommon files. To open the traditional files, Synology is better.

To open the uncommon files, QNAP is more suitable for you. You can play and watch media on Synology NAS, but only on devices with Internet or network access capabilities. So if you have more wireless settings, please consider using the Synology NAS. You can check the Synology compatibility page on the Synology NAS of your choice, and then see what options are available. Besides, QNAP is bundled with software for immediate access to a large number of software, including newer versions of core binaries.

Synology has more plasticity than QNAP. If this is for commercial use, this is very important.



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