The technical press (like Engadget https://www.engadget.com/2017/03/05/wd-my-cloud-security-exploits/) is publishing info about a vulnerability that impacts WD Networked devices that have cloud access enabled. That’s great, but they aren’t providing info for non technical users on how to check their settings and turn off this access is needed. So here is that information:
1.Access the My Cloud Dashboard. To open your My Cloud Dashboard: Windows: Open a web browser and type in //devicename/ (or device IP address) to the browser address bar. If your device is named WDMyCloud, you’d type in //WDMyCloud/ and hit enter. The web page should open. You may need to login (hopefully you’ve password protected your device)
2.Click on the settings option on the top menu.
3. Scroll the page to Cloud Access and verify it is set to off (or turn off if it is on).
While you are on this page, check the Firmware Update tab on the left and make sure you are on the latest firmware. Upgrade if needed.
Sort of. Thanks to Splashtop streamer and the iPad mobile client.
I was a little frustrated as all my existing RDP clients on my iPad (Logmein, VNC RDP, etc. would only show me a black desktop). I ask the Splashtop folks via Twitter if their product ($4.99 in the app store, at least for now) would work with Windows 8 and received a “yes”.
So, now I am up and running with Windows 8 on an iPad. Still experimenting, but at least I can see the Metro desktop and navigate.