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Security Fixes:

- Resolved multiple command injection vulnerabilities including CVE-2016-10108 and CVE 2016-10107.
- Resolved multiple cross site request forgery (CSRF) vulnerabilities.
- Resolved a Linux kernel Dirty Cow vulnerability (CVE-2016-5195).
- Resolved multiple denial-of-service vulnerabilities.
- Added brute force attack mitigation.
- Improved security by disabling SSH shadow information.
- Resolved a buffer overflow issue that could lead to unauthenticated access.
- Resolved a click-jacking vulnerability in the web interface.
- Resolved multiple security issues in the Webfile viewer on-device app.
- Improved the security of volume mount options.
- Resolved multiple security issues in the EULA onboarding flow.
- Resolved leakage of debug messages in the web interface.
- Improved credential handling for the remote MyCloud-to-MyCloud backup feature.
- Improved credential handling for upload-logs-to-support option.
- Removed non-production testing information.

Components Updated:

- Apache - v2.4.34
- PHP - v5.4.45
- OpenSSH - v7.5p1
- OpenSSL - v1.0.1u
- libupnp - v1.6.25 (CVE-2012-5958)
- jQuery - v3.3.1 (CVE-2010-5312)
- Rsync – v3.0.7

Other Bug Fixes:

- Resolved high CPU utilization with ufraw-batch process.
- Improved remote host port handling.
- Added warnings when enabling remote dashboard.

Manually Updating the firmware on your NAS:

- Important: Make sure you stop all processes and save all your data before performing the firmware update.
- Note: My Cloud devices require a hard drive inserted into the bay and a volume must be created to perform the firmware update.
- Do not interrupt the firmware upgrade process. Doing so may cause the device to malfunction or unable to boot. 
- If you are using the manual update method, do not rename the firmware file. Doing so will cause the manual update to fail and can corrupt the system.

Updating the firmware on your NAS:

- Download the firmware to your desktop.
- Unzip the file and you will find the actual firmware.
- Save this to your desktop.
- Open the My Cloud Dashboard UI.
- Go to Settings >> Firmware Update.
- Under the section Manual Update, click the Update From File button and a window will open.
- Browse to where you saved the unzipped file and select it.
- You will see a pop up confirming to upgrade your firmware, click Ok. 

About Network-Attached Storage Updates:

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.

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  It is highly recommended to always use the most recent driver version available.

Try to set a system restore point before installing a device driver. This will help if you installed an incorrect or mismatched driver.

Problems can arise when your hardware device is too old or not supported any longer.