Email scam claims you need to click on a link to upgrade Outlook Web Access.
Email scam claims your password will expire in three days unless you click a link and provide your account details.
Release addresses several vulnerabilities
Lynda.com experienced an issue with its service that affected the ability of some users to log in through my.pitt.edu.
10:43 p.m. Monday, June 20, 2016
Passwords stolen in 2012 have become public. If you haven't changed your password since 2012, change it now.
The issue affecting access to Single Sign-On services in SIS and North Bellefield has been resolved.
LabArchives users will no longer be able to edit documents using the Java-based online editor af
Access has been restored to all buildings on campus.
Five critical vulnerabilities affect Microsoft Windows, Internet Explorer, Edge, and Office.
Service has been restored.
The maintenance that was scheduled to move My Pitt to Pitt Passport on June 18 has been postponed.
All services have been restored.
Scheduled maintenance may briefly interrupt Internet access.
Email scam claims you must reply to message for funds to be transferred.
The Student Information System (PeopleSoft) will be unavailable from 6:00 p.m. June 11 through 7:00 a.m. June 12.
Email scam claims your password will expire in three days unless you click a link and verify your email account.
Access to PeopleSoft, PeopleSoft Mobile, and ImageNow will be unavailable during the standard downtime period.
Print jobs can be sent to a new unified queue.
Box.com has resolved their issue that affected access to pitt.box.com earlier this afternoon.
Two key features, Safe Links and Safe Attachments, help keep your email safe.
Email scam claims you can upgrade to new Outlook Web Access.
Email scam claims your password will expire in three days unless you click a link to update your account.