Pitt Information Technology will never request your password in an email message. Any message containing such a request is a scam.
Alerts and Announcements
Vendor maintenance will be performed on the Student Information System (PeopleSoft and PeopleSoft Mobile) beginning at 7 p.m. on Saturday, June 22. This work is expected to last until 7 p.m. on Sunday, June 23.
Maintenance begins at 9 p.m. and is expected to last up to three hours.
To reduce your risk of falling victim to this scam, you can disable the automatic adding of calendar invitations in Google Calendar.
The database servers will be unavailable for up to 90 minutes during the maintenance period.
Microsoft Corporation has announced security updates for June that affect Microsoft Windows, Office, Internet Explorer, Edge, and more.
Scam email also attempts to mimic the address of someone known to the recipient.
The database servers will be unavailable for up to an hour during the maintenance period.
The email links to a harmful external website that attempts to collect the recipient's username and password.
No service disruption is anticipated during the maintenance period.
Email scam claims you need to click on a link to update Outlook Web Access.
Email scam from @pitt.edu address claims your password expires in two hours and you must log in to change it.
Email scam contains harmful Word or RTF attachment.
Email scam claims you must click a link and log in to reactivate your library account.
Email claims to warn you of unusual sign-in activity on your Webmail account; asks you to click harmful link to verify your account.
Email scam claims you have letters from the University of Pittsburgh; attempts to collect your password.
Email scam claims you must click a link to re-validate your mailbox or you will not be able to send or receive mail.
Email scam claims your Webmail certificate has expired and must be renewed by clicking a link.