Scam contains link to a harmful Web site that mimics the Pitt Passport login page.
The University Data Warehouse will be unavailable from 9:00 p.m. on Friday, June 9 through 9:00 p.m. on Saturday, June 10.
My Pitt Video will be unavailable between 7:00 and 11:00 p.m. on Saturday, June 10.
Email scam claims you must click on a link to update your account or it will be blocked.
Update resolves several new WordPress vulnerabilities.
You voted, we listened, and a winner has been determined!
Verizon has resolved their issue that affected inbound calls to some University telephone extensions.
Requests for IP addresses will be delayed until maintenance is completed.
Scam claims someone has sent you an accounting invoice and links to a harmful Microsoft Word document.
Learn more about the malicious new ransomware program has affected more than 99 countries.
Wired and wireless network service will be affected during the standard downtime period.
Email scam claims a wire transfer is ready for your signature and links to a harmful Word document.
Updates affect Windows, Internet Explorer, Edge, Office, Adobe Flash Player, and more.
New email scam claims you've been invited to view a digital document but attempts to obtain your password.
Scam claims someone has shared a Google Doc with you and takes you to a Google sign-in page to give the app access to your account.
An improved, more personalized user interface has arrived.
A security update has been released for Pitt Printing. Mac users should install the latest version from software.pitt.edu.
Find out the winners of this year's App Challenge!
IP phone service will be briefly affected during the standard downtime period. Calls in progress may be interrupted.
The issue is intermittently affecting downloads from pitt.onthehub.com.
CourseWeb and My Pitt Video will be unavailable from 1 AM through 11 PM on Thursday, May 4.