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:
Alerts & Notifications
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.
Scheduled maintenance will affect network access for several hours beginning Sunday, April 12 at 2:00 a.m.
Update fixes multiple vulnerabilities in PHP5.
OpenSSL updates address security issues.
Security updates address multiple vulnerabilities.
Scheduled maintenance will affect access from 10:00 a.m. on March 7 to 7:00 a.m. on March 8.
Scheduled maintenance will affect wired and wireless access for several hours beginning Saturday, March 7 at 11:00 p.m.
Microsoft has resolved the issue that earlier today affected access to the Spam and Virus Message Center.
A critical new vulnerability in the GNU C Library affects most versions of Linux.
Email scam attempts to convince you to reply with your SSN and other info to unlock your account.
Service interrupted for 15 minutes in five campus buildings.
Email scam uses convincing fake Web pages in attempt to obtain bank account info.
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Email contains harmful file attachment rather than details about a reimbursement to your account.