If you own a QNAP NAS, you should take the necessary steps to secure it. Change your passwords for all accounts on it, update device firmware and applications, remove unknown users and applications from it, install QNAP's MalwareRemover app from the AppCenter, and set an access control list. via Bleeping Computer READ NEXT. Even an MIT professor was hit. I just got hacked. Ransomware named DeadBolt found an exploit in @QNAP_nas storage devices, encrypting all files. They ask $1,000 from individuals or $1.8 million.