To help protect you and safeguard your privacy, on May 14 the University will add multifactor authentication to Pitt Passport services for students.
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Email scam claims you must click on a link to "unlock" your Comcast account.
Wired and wireless network service will be affected during the standard downtime period.
Email scam claims you must click on a link to resolve an error with your account.
The system will be unavailable while maintenance is being performed.
The Student Information System will be unavailable from 10:00 p.m. on March 18 through 7:00 a.m. on March 19.
Vulnerabilities affect Adobe Flash Player and Shockwave Player.
Nine critical vulnerabilities affect Windows, Internet Explorer, Edge, Office, Skype for Business, and Adobe Flash Player.
Update resolves vulnerability in Apache Struts 2.
Update resolves several new WordPress security vulnerabilities.
The move will be rescheduled for the standard downtime window on Saturday, March 18, 2017.
Notice claiming to be about CSSD emergency maintenance asks users to log in to learn more. The fake login page mimics Pitt Passport.
A pop-up notification will prompt you to restart Outlook after the migration.
Students, faculty, staff, and vendors will need to use MFA on March 5 for secure remote access.
Email scam claims to be a Dropbox document from the University and asks user to log in to view it.
Microsoft has resolved the issue that affected access to some menu tiles within Outlook Web App (OWA).
Amazon has resolved the issue affecting its Amazon Web Services. All services have been restored.
The vendor is aware of the issue and working to restore service.
Wired and wireless network service and voice service will be affected during the standard downtime period.