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Jan. 9, 2022, 1:29 a.m. | /u/prasanthcbe

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Does Synology Vs Asustor which is good for privacy.
1. Does both the NAS have a closed source code, I feel like they can't be trusted. Is there a way to overcome it?. And DOes they collect data?!

  1. If setting up our own NAS as a way, can I use Synology or Asustor hardware on top of it can use TrueNAS to secure the data, Or Is there any better solution for setting up a NAS.
    Note: raspberry pi won't …

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