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Synology Camera License Generator: A Tool to Create Unlimited Licenses



Synology Camera License Hack: How to Add More Cameras to Your Surveillance Station




Synology Surveillance Station is a powerful software that allows you to monitor and record video from multiple IP cameras on your Synology NAS. You can also manage your cameras, view live feeds, playback recordings, and receive alerts on your mobile devices.




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However, there is a catch: Synology Surveillance Station only comes with two free camera licenses by default. If you want to add more cameras, you need to buy additional licenses from Synology or authorized resellers. Each license costs around $50-$60, which can add up quickly if you have a large number of cameras.


Fortunately, there are some ways to bypass the license check and add more cameras to your Surveillance Station without paying for extra licenses. In this article, we will show you how to do it using some methods that have been reported by other users. However, please note that these methods are not officially supported by Synology and may not work with all versions of Surveillance Station or DSM. They may also violate Synology's terms of service and cause problems with your system or warranty. Therefore, use them at your own risk and discretion.


Method 1: Downgrade to DSM 6 and Use a Patched libssutils.so File




One of the most popular methods to hack Synology camera licenses is to downgrade your DSM version to 6.x and replace the libssutils.so file with a patched one that allows unlimited cameras. The libssutils.so file is a library file that controls the license verification process. By modifying it, you can trick Surveillance Station into thinking that you have more licenses than you actually do.


To do this method, you need to follow these steps:


  • Backup your data and settings on your Synology NAS.



  • Download the DSM 6.x installation file from Synology's website.



  • Install DSM 6.x on your Synology NAS using the manual installation option.



  • Download the patched libssutils.so file from this YouTube video or this blog post.



  • Use WinSCP or another SSH client to connect to your Synology NAS as root.



  • Navigate to /usr/syno/lib/libssutils.so and rename it to libssutils.so.bak.



  • Copy the patched libssutils.so file to /usr/syno/lib/ and change its permissions to 755.



  • Restart your Synology NAS and enjoy unlimited cameras on Surveillance Station.



Method 2: Use XPEnology and a Valid Serial Number and MAC Address




Another method to hack Synology camera licenses is to use XPEnology, which is a custom bootloader that allows you to run DSM on non-Synology hardware. By using XPEnology, you can create a virtual Synology NAS on your PC or server and install Surveillance Station on it. However, you still need a valid serial number and MAC address from a real Synology device to activate the camera licenses online.


To do this method, you need to follow these steps:


  • Find a valid serial number and MAC address from a real Synology device that supports Surveillance Station. You can either buy a cheap second-hand one or borrow one from someone else.



  • Download the XPEnology bootloader and DSM installation file from XPEnology's website.



  • Create a bootable USB drive with the XPEnology bootloader using Rufus or another tool.



  • Create a virtual machine on your PC or server using VirtualBox or another software.



  • Boot the virtual machine from the USB drive and install DSM using the manual installation option.



  • Login to DSM and go to Control Panel > Info Center > Network > MAC Address and change it to match the one from the real Synology device.



  • Go to Control Panel > Update & Restore > DSM Update and disable automatic updates.



  • Install Surveillance Station from Package Center and add your cameras using the serial number from the real Synology device.



  • Enjoy unlimited cameras on Surveillance Station.



Conclusion




Synology Surveillance Station is a great software for monitoring and recording video from multiple IP cameras on your Synology NAS. However, it only comes with two free camera licenses by default, which can be limiting if you have more cameras. If you want to add more cameras without paying for extra licenses, you can try some of the methods we have shown in this article. However, please note that these methods are not officially supported by Synology and may not work with all versions of Surveillance Station or DSM. They may also violate Synology's terms of service and cause problems with your system or warranty. Therefore, use them at your own risk and discretion.


We hope this article has helped you learn more about Synology camera license hack and how to do it. Have fun using Surveillance Station!


Method 3: Use a License Generator or Keygen




A third method to hack Synology camera licenses is to use a license generator or keygen, which is a program that can create valid license keys for Surveillance Station. These programs are usually made by hackers or crackers who reverse-engineer the license verification algorithm and exploit its weaknesses. However, these programs are also very risky and illegal to use, as they may contain malware, viruses, or trojans that can harm your system or steal your data. They may also be detected by Synology's online activation server and result in your license being revoked or your NAS being blacklisted.


To do this method, you need to follow these steps:


  • Find a license generator or keygen for Surveillance Station from a reliable source. You can try searching on Google, YouTube, Reddit, or other websites, but be very careful and use a VPN and antivirus software to protect yourself.



  • Download the license generator or keygen file to your computer. You may need to enter a password or complete a captcha to access the download.



  • Run the license generator or keygen file as an administrator. You may need to disable your antivirus software or firewall to prevent them from blocking the program.



  • Enter the number of licenses you want to generate and click on the generate button. You should see a list of license keys on the screen.



  • Copy one of the license keys and paste it into Surveillance Station's add license wizard. Click on finish and activate the license online.



  • Repeat the process for each camera you want to add.



  • Enjoy unlimited cameras on Surveillance Station.



Method 4: Use a Shared, Hacked, or Cracked License Key




A fourth method to hack Synology camera licenses is to use a shared, hacked, or cracked license key, which is a license key that has been obtained by someone else and made available online for others to use. These license keys are usually stolen from legitimate users, hacked from Synology's database, or cracked by brute-force methods. However, these license keys are also very risky and illegal to use, as they may be invalid, expired, or revoked by Synology at any time. They may also be detected by Synology's online activation server and result in your license being revoked or your NAS being blacklisted.


To do this method, you need to follow these steps:


  • Find a shared, hacked, or cracked license key for Surveillance Station from a reliable source. You can try searching on Google, YouTube, Reddit, or other websites, but be very careful and use a VPN and antivirus software to protect yourself.



  • Copy one of the license keys and paste it into Surveillance Station's add license wizard. Click on finish and activate the license online.



  • Repeat the process for each camera you want to add.



  • Enjoy unlimited cameras on Surveillance Station.



Conclusion




Synology Surveillance Station is a great software for monitoring and recording video from multiple IP cameras on your Synology NAS. However, it only comes with two free camera licenses by default, which can be limiting if you have more cameras. If you want to add more cameras without paying for extra licenses, you can try some of the methods we have shown in this article. However, please note that these methods are not officially supported by Synology and may not work with all versions of Surveillance Station or DSM. They may also violate Synology's terms of service and cause problems with your system or warranty. Therefore, use them at your own risk and discretion.


We hope this article has helped you learn more about Synology camera license hack and how to do it. Have fun using Surveillance Station!


Method 3: Use a License Generator or Keygen




A third method to hack Synology camera licenses is to use a license generator or keygen, which is a program that can create valid license keys for Surveillance Station. These programs are usually made by hackers or crackers who reverse-engineer the license verification algorithm and exploit its weaknesses. However, these programs are also very risky and illegal to use, as they may contain malware, viruses, or trojans that can harm your system or steal your data. They may also be detected by Synology's online activation server and result in your license being revoked or your NAS being blacklisted.


To do this method, you need to follow these steps:


  • Find a license generator or keygen for Surveillance Station from a reliable source. You can try searching on Google, YouTube, Reddit, or other websites, but be very careful and use a VPN and antivirus software to protect yourself.



  • Download the license generator or keygen file to your computer. You may need to enter a password or complete a captcha to access the download.



  • Run the license generator or keygen file as an administrator. You may need to disable your antivirus software or firewall to prevent them from blocking the program.



  • Enter the number of licenses you want to generate and click on the generate button. You should see a list of license keys on the screen.



  • Copy one of the license keys and paste it into Surveillance Station's add license wizard. Click on finish and activate the license online.



  • Repeat the process for each camera you want to add.



  • Enjoy unlimited cameras on Surveillance Station.



Method 4: Use a Shared, Hacked, or Cracked License Key




A fourth method to hack Synology camera licenses is to use a shared, hacked, or cracked license key, which is a license key that has been obtained by someone else and made available online for others to use. These license keys are usually stolen from legitimate users, hacked from Synology's database, or cracked by brute-force methods. However, these license keys are also very risky and illegal to use, as they may be invalid, expired, or revoked by Synology at any time. They may also be detected by Synology's online activation server and result in your license being revoked or your NAS being blacklisted.


To do this method, you need to follow these steps:


  • Find a shared, hacked, or cracked license key for Surveillance Station from a reliable source. You can try searching on Google, YouTube, Reddit, or other websites, but be very careful and use a VPN and antivirus software to protect yourself.



  • Copy one of the license keys and paste it into Surveillance Station's add license wizard. Click on finish and activate the license online.



  • Repeat the process for each camera you want to add.



  • Enjoy unlimited cameras on Surveillance Station.



Conclusion




Synology Surveillance Station is a great software for monitoring and recording video from multiple IP cameras on your Synology NAS. However, it only comes with two free camera licenses by default, which can be limiting if you have more cameras. If you want to add more cameras without paying for extra licenses, you can try some of the methods we have shown in this article. However, please note that these methods are not officially supported by Synology and may not work with all versions of Surveillance Station or DSM. They may also violate Synology's terms of service and cause problems with your system or warranty. Therefore, use them at your own risk and discretion.


We hope this article has helped you learn more about Synology camera license hack and how to do it. Have fun using Surveillance Station!


Conclusion




Synology Surveillance Station is a great software for monitoring and recording video from multiple IP cameras on your Synology NAS. However, it only comes with two free camera licenses by default, which can be limiting if you have more cameras. If you want to add more cameras without paying for extra licenses, you can try some of the methods we have shown in this article. However, please note that these methods are not officially supported by Synology and may not work with all versions of Surveillance Station or DSM. They may also violate Synology's terms of service and cause problems with your system or warranty. Therefore, use them at your own risk and discretion.


We hope this article has helped you learn more about Synology camera license hack and how to do it. Have fun using Surveillance Station! 4e3182286b


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