Dear faculty, staff, and students, We were experiencing problems connecting to the main campus systems including the main website, email to/from main campus, and Workday. The problem has been fixed but the root cause under investigation. Please contact us if
Dear faculty, staff, and students, The email below is a phishing attack attempting to steal your AndrewID and password. The email falsely claims that CMU is implementing a new security system and asks you to login to activate it. The
Dear faculty, staff, and students, The email shown below is an attempt to steal your password. The email requests you to send copies of your published papers with links to the papers in the email. However, one of the links
Dear faculty and students, We need to perform some maintenance on Blackboard this afternoon. Blackboard will not be available from 5:00 to 5:30pm today (Tuesday, Oct 4, 2016). Please let us know if you have questions or concerns regarding this
Dear faculty, students, and staff, IT will be upgrading the campus gateway routers (the routers that communicate with the outside world) this Saturday (1 Oct) morning from 8:00am to 12-noon. You will experience intermittent short interruptions in connecting to campus
Dear students, staff, and faculty, IT will be performing maintenance on the WiFi network in the building from 8:30am to 11:30am on Friday (tomorrow) 26 August. You will experience short (3 to 5 minutes) outages of WiFi during this maintenance.
Dear faculty, students, and staff, You may have received an email from an unknown sender disguised to come from an @qatar.cmu.edu address. The two I received were: From: Ernest [mailto:Ernest081@qatar.cmu.edu] Sent: Monday, August 22, 2016 12:47 PM Subject: Today’s fax
Dear faculty, students, and staff, We will be upgrading the datacenter firewalls the coming Thursday, July 28 starting at 5pm and finishing no later than Friday, July 29 at 1am. You may experience 5 to 10 minute interruptions when connecting
Dear faculty, staff, and students, We are regularly being exposed to emails with malicious attachments. We have seen two such attempts in the past 24 hours. While the email system catches the vast majority of such email, some slip through.
Dear students, staff, and faculty, Eid Mubarak! Looks like the phishers have been let out again to make our computing lives miserable. I have another phishing attempt to report on which is similar to the attempt made last night. The