Wired and wireless network service should not be affected.
Alerts & Notifications
The UCIS service will be unavailable from noon on 8/11 to 9:00 a.m. on 8/14 during the upgrade.
Updates affect Windows, Internet Explorer, Edge, SharePoint, Adobe Flash Player, and more.
A new email scam claims you must enroll in a new Xfinity security feature or your service will be discontinued.
My Pitt Video will be unavailable between 8:00 and 11:00 p.m. on Saturday, August 12.
The service provider for Pitt on the Hub (online software store) will perform vendor maintenance between 7:00 and 9:00 a.m. on August 1.
Wired and wireless network service should not be affected during this separate maintenance work.
Wired and wireless network service and telephone service will be affected for up to six hours in some buildings.
New email scam targeting student organizations on campus that claims the sender needs assistance in making a check payment or wire transfer to a vendor.
Tableau will be unavailable for two hours during the standard downtime period this weekend.
Wired and wireless network service should not be affected,
LabArchives, the service provider for the Electronic Lab Notebook service, will perform server maintenance.
The system will be upgraded starting at 6 p.m. on Friday, July 21.
A new email scam claims you have Office 365 messages concerning a security update.
Updates affect Windows, Internet Explorer, Edge, Office, Adobe Flash Player, and more.
A new email scam contains a harmful link that mimics a Microsoft Office 365 login page.
A new email scam contains a harmful link that mimics the Pitt Passport login page.
Vulnerability could allow attackers to take control of an affected website.
Computing Services and Systems Development (CSSD) is aware of a new malicious software program named "Petya" that made news yesterday for infecting corporate systems in the U.S. and Europe. "Petya" is a type of ransomware that relies on unsuspecting users to click links or open an infected email attachment to download it. Once it has been opened, it encrypts files on the affected computer and network share drives, and the user is then required to pay a ransom to recover their files. One reason this malicious software has spread so aggressively is that it then attempts to infect other computers on the network that do not have the latest security updates and are not protected against "Petya".
Scam claims you have exceeded your email quota and must click a link to update your account.