razormoon wrote:jimjohnson wrote:No, for QNAP being aware of an issue and resulting is many customers losing their data and expecting them as a company to do their "Due Dillenegece".
I understand your frustration. I've been there. I also know how you might feel about whatever QNAP's legal responsibilities are, what ever they may be.
But I wasn't speaking about their responsibility, I was referring to our 'due diligence' as modern computer users and keeping our private data safe.
I'm afraid that the responsibility of that solely falls on us.
And may be you can begin thinking about how to have multiple recent copies available, keep them in a safe and reliable space. This is despite your future court battles
because none of it will bring that data back in pristine condition. Something to think about...
In the meantime, your recourse will be data recovery. Stop using the disks where the data resided. Get in touch with data recovery specialists or fetch a recovery app online.
It's quite possible to get most of your data back. How to do it would be the question.
Yes this is my own fault also for not backing it up, I am now replicating to a qnap 663 daily
Just ** losing all that data all because of this code not rewritten