- Updated the glibc x86_64 version from 2.11.1 to 2.19 and fixed the GHOST vulnerability (CVE-2015-0235)
Note: Due to changes in the x86_64 library, some apps (including Virtualization Station, aMule, DVBLink TV Server) may fail to start after patch application. If this is the case, please update the affected apps to their latest version in QNAP App Center.
- All users can now upload to shared folders (right click on a folder in File Station > Share > Via Email > Allow file upload to this folder.)
- Upgrading to firmware 4.1.3 increased fan speeds and fan noise (for TS-x79U-RP, TS-EC880U/1280U/1680U and SS-ECx79U-SAS-RP.)
- The system fails to display the desktop correctly after logging into QTS using Internet Explorer (on Windows 32-bit) and 360 Browser.
- SNMP Server cannot be enabled after establishing a PPTP VPN connection between the NAS and a PC.
- Port trunking settings are not retained after system migration.
- The system fails to copy files to the NAS from external devices using the HFS+ file system in File Station.
- The system fails to restrict playback to tagged photos in slideshow mode in Photo Station after filtering conditions are set.
- The system fails to display the graphic meters for CPU and memory the first time the Dashboard is opened with Chrome.
- Users are unable to retrieve a directory listing from the FTP Server with an FTP client.
- The system fails to backup LUNs (giving an error message: I/O error while copying the LUN data.)
- The system fails to finish a complete SMART test (for WD WD4001FYYG-01SL3.)
- The system fails to detect global spare drives after system migration.
About Network-Attached Storages:
Upgrading the Network-Attached Storage (NAS) firmware can improve the system’s overall performance, stability, and security by adding various fixes for related issues, enhancing existing features (or adding support for new ones), or updating different applications.
Due to the high number of NAS manufacturers, as well as network storage types, installing a new firmware might not be always as easy as it appears – and not too safe either. Failing to perform a software update can cause serious malfunctions to the network storage.
So, before you even consider applying this release, carefully read the installation guide and initiate the process only when you have understood and completely familiarized yourself with all the steps.
Moreover, it would be best if you take into account using a UPS unit (Uninterruptible Power Supply) to perform this task, because no power disruption should affect the upgrade.
With all these aspects in mind, after you have read the installation guide, click the download button to apply this firmware version to your NAS. Remember to check back with our website in order to stay up to speed with the latest releases.