Alerts & Notifications
Adobe has released critical security update for Adobe Flash Player for Windows, Macintosh and Linux.
Documents displayed in My Pitt will be unavailable during a file server upgrade scheduled for standard downtime.
The upgrade of the ImageNow service that had been planned for July 12 has been rescheduled for Sunday, July 26. This upgrade will require an update to the client software.
On Sunday, July 26, the University's ImageNow servers and software will be upgraded to version 7.1. This upgrade will affect anyone who uses the ImageNow application to manage documents.
After July 26, you will have to download and install a new version of the ImageNow desktop client, available at software.pitt.edu, in order to manage your library of scanned documents.
Scam claims your email needs to be reset and links to fraudulent My Pitt Email Login page.
Box.com has resolved their issue that prevented some users from logging in this afternoon.
Users of Box Sync version 3 will need to upgrade to Box Sync 4.
My Pitt, PeopleSoft, and other enterprise services will be affected during standard downtime.
Read quarantined email messages from your Spam and Virus Message Center.
Email scam prompts you to update your profile with Vanguard.
Account sponsors can now request renewals, expiration date adjustments, or sponsor changes.
2015 Spring Term course information is now available.
Email scam attempts to convince you to visit harmful Web site to verify your account.
Phishing emails and websites requesting donations for fraudulent organizations are common after natural disasters.
A new online process has been implemented to make requesting access to the Student Data Mart and GL Mart faster and easier. It keeps all the security and auditing benefits of the paper-based process while eliminating the need to print paper forms, obtain handwritten signatures, and fax forms to additional approvers. The following changes have been made to authorization requests:
Email notification is legitimate and does not impact University Computing Accounts.
WordPress server administrators should apply security updates immediately.
UPMC has resolved an issue with its servers that temporarily affected access to MyHealth Access.
Upgrade brings better enrollment management, Turnitin integration, and a new student preview for instructors.
Update for MS15-034 protects against denial of service attacks on servers running IIS.
Update retains functionality but brings new look and feel to interface.