NAS or Network Attached Storage Devices boxes are external hard drives that are attached to your networks ethernet cable and appear as hard disk storage on the network.
- Most NAS devices run some form of Linux.
- Many NAS devices we recover data from are also RAIDs, Mirrors or Stripes
- They often use modified versions of Linux filesystems and are inaccessible with the usual Linux tools.
- We wrote our own in-house utility suite which we have used for data recovery of hundreds of NAS devices.