Since the box is not as secure as I would expect, it would be very useful to receive an email alert when someone login to my box via telnet/SSH.
The instruction are from SynologyWiki, you could refer to the original article for details explanation regarding the steps below.
1. The box should be bootstrapped.
2. Install and setup nail, please refer to another tutorial about setup nail using gmail smtp.
1. Create a script, i.e. /opt/bin/loginalert.sh, remember modify the email subject, body and email address.
#!/bin/sh #sends an email to say someone just logged in to the CLI exec 1>/dev/null 2>/dev/null var_subject="NAS1 - A user has logged in to the CLI" var_body = "NAS1 - A user has logged in to the CLI" email@example.com #send the email echo "$var_body" | /opt/bin/nail -s "$var_subject" $var_email while ls "/root/dead.letter" do sleep 60 rm "/root/dead.letter" echo "$var_body" | /opt/bin/nail -s "$var_subject" $var_email sleep 60 done sleep 60 exit
2. chmod 755 /opt/bin/loginalert.sh
3. Edit the /etc/profile file, add the line below to the end of the file
(sh /opt/bin/loginalert.sh) &
The author claimed that user will not aware the email alert during login, however, I still received message when the loginalert.sh is finished.
 + Done (sh /volume1/opt/bin/loginalert.sh)
That is not important, because the email is already sent 😉