Software downloads from pitt.onthehub.com will be unavailable from 7:00 to 9:00 a.m.
The service will be unavailable between 6:00 and 9:00 p.m. on Saturday, August 13.
Existing data will be copied in preparation for the launch of an enhanced Faculty Information System on August 31.
Direct Access to Office 365 services will be provided through Pitt Passport after August 13.
Maintenance will take place during the standard weekly downtime periods.
Scam claims your email has been placed on "limitation" due to suspicious login activity.
Scam mimics the email@example.com email address and claims you must click a link to receive pending email messages.
Electronic Lab Notebooks may be unavailable from 1:00 to 1:30 a.m. on August 3.
Scam claims your CourseWeb access will expire soon unless you click a link to validate your credentials.
Maintenance will upgrade the service and enable it to provide more comprehensive scans.
Scam claims you have received a message from the University's Blackboard Learning Management System.
Maintenance will take place during the standard weekly downtime period.
Scam that claims your Pitt account will expire soon and you must click on a link to update your account.
Scam claims your incoming emails have been placed in pending status and you must click a link to receive them.
Scam claims your pitt.edu account will expire in three days and you must click on a link to validate your email account.
A telephone scam that displays the FBI’s phone number on your caller ID is circulating again.
CSSD and Financial Information Systems (FIS) are working to resolve the issue.
Scam claims you must click on a link to validate your mailbox.
Scam claims some of your email messages have not been delivered and you must confirm your account to receive them.
Update addresses vulnerability in Drupal core 8.x versions prior to 8.1.7.
Scam claims you must click a link and update your account because of an upgrade to "2017 Outlook Web Access".
Scam claims your Webmail has been upgraded and your must verify your email account.
Scam claims to be an important message from the faculty and staff and links to a fraudulent Pitt Passport login page.