DSM Updated to Version 5.2-5592

Synology News

Synology began July with an update to Disk Station Manager (DSM) which is now at version 5.2-5592. There’s no new features, just stability and security fixes. The security fixes alone are reason enough to do the update as soon as possible.

I’ve successfully updated DSM models DS212+, DS1511+, DS415+ and DS1815+ without a problem. It does require a reboot of the NAS once the update is done.

Version: 5.2-5592 Released July 1, 2015

What’s New
1. This update includes all bug fixes as well as security fixes in the previously released critical updates since DSM 5.2-5565.

Fixed Issues:

  1. Improved the stability of Synology High Availability system when excessive numbers of volumes are created on passive servers.
  2. Improved the compatibility of network printers.
  3. Upgraded Samba to 4.1.18 for issue fixes and stability enhancements.
  4. Improved the stability when expanding volumes on RAID 5 or 6.
  5. Improved the performance of Synology High Availability with SSD cache enabled.
  6. Improved the USB storage compatibility on DS215j.
  7. Upgraded PHP to 5.526 to address multiple security vulnerabilities (CVE-2015-3414, CVE-2015-3415, CVE-2015-3416, CVE-2015-2325, CVE-2015-2326, and CVE-2015-4598).
  8. Upgraded OpenSSL to 1.0.1o to address multiple security vulnerabilities (CVE-2015-4000, CVE-2015-1788, CVE-2015-1789, CVE-2015-1790, CVE-2015-1791, and CVE-2015-1792).
  9. Security enhancements on Personal Web Station.
  10. Fixed a security vulnerability to prevent cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks.
  11. Fixed an issue where system would reboot while disabling a connected iSCSI target with the Multiple Connection Session setting enabled.
  12. Fixed an issue where High Availability Manager would fail to switch over after repairing read-write caches.
  13. Fixed multiple issues with UPS settings.
  14. Fixed multiple issues with Port Forwarding settings.
  15. Minor bug fixes.
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