First, I want to say that I screwed up and I feel very bad about it.
I played a little with my My Book World Edition 2 TB by enabling ssh. Since I'm a linux user, I made some experiments, tried a couple of things.
Finally I decided to stop the http server (minihttpd in the /etc/init.d/ directory) in order to install my web server. I stopped the service and moved the init.d script elsewhere.
No problem so far. But then I had the mad idea to launch the minihttpd script just to check out a couple of things in the web interface and I found the factory
reset, the kind of option that you think (and that is advertised) will get your disk with the same configuration that you had the first day.
And without thinking, I pressed this button, what a douche I was. It disabled my ssh access (because it wasn't enabled when I bought it) and restarted the HDD.
And because I moved the init.d script of the web server I could had access neither to ssh nor to the http interface.
I was naive and thought that by clicking on that button, it would had made a complete reinstallation of the hdd and moved back this file to /etc/init.d, but it didn't.
Do you have any idea how I could regain control of my HDD please?