Since the news about all those celebs icloud accounts getting hacked, that got me thinking about the MyCloud privacy settings.
I have the android app that automatically uploads photos I take to MyCloud. It places them in the public folder and I can’t seem to find the option to change that to a private folder.
Anyway, if someone was attempting to hack me from the outside, will they have full access to the public folder or does that folder have a layer of protection built in? I’m not talking about getting on my wifi network and hacking me from within. My wifi password is WPA2 and a collection of numbers, letters, caps, and special symbols. They won’t brute force that password. I’m talking about someone outside my network sitting in their house miles away trying to get in.
I have a pretty standard firewall set up through my cable supplied modem. And I have several software firewalls setup on my computers. The MyCloud doesn’t seem to have a firewall built in though. So if the hacker could break in the hardware firewall, would they have full access to the MyCloud public folder?