The Seagate Business NAS does not allow users to have shell access by default. However, it is possible for owners to bypass this in a specific way.

This document describes how to obtain shell access. Please note that you might destroy your Seagate Business NAS, IT Nerdbox does not take any responsibilities if this happens.

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Update (March 2015):

Someone discovered a way to remotely root the Seagate Business NAS, please have a look at:

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