Mon. 4/14 @ 9am
Fri. 4/11 @ 5pm
Background on OpenSSL and Heartbleed
Late on Monday, April 7, researchers discovered a flaw in the security tool, OpenSSL, which provides the encryption that protects Internet traffic and communications between one device and another. Most users would know this as the small, closed padlock and "https:" on web browsers to signify that your Internet traffic is secure. The flaw, nicknamed "Heartbleed", allows an attacker to capture usernames, passwords, and pretty much any other information.
Fri. 4/11 @ 10am
Brown instructors, have a project in mind to make your class more engaging involving technology? Want to spend a few days this summer learning what technology support Brown has to offer and getting hands-on help developing a project plan?
Wed. 4/9 @ 9am
Yesterday, Microsoft issued the last update for Windows XP. As a result, Computing and Information Services will not be able continue supporting XP. For security reasons, CIS recommends upgrade or replacement of your computer as soon as possible. Faculty and staff, please consult your department's IT support professional prior to upgrading your operating system.
Tue. 3/18 @ 3pm
ISG has added the new section How Do I ...? to their web pages. From the main "Information Security" link, click on the "How Do I ...?" link for a collection of commonly asked questions with quick answers, plus links to more details.
Tue. 3/11 @ 4pm
Brown's Google Apps service allows each of us to have 30 GB shared storage for email and Google Drive. If you're getting close to your limit or just feel like keeping things clean, you can find big files in your mail and drive using the following instructions.
There's now an easier way to search your emails by size. Open the Advanced Search by clicking the triangle on the inner right of the search box at the top of your email.
Fri. 2/28 @ 9am
The Brown Linux User Group hosts a Linux Installfest once a semester. This Saturday, March 1st, you can join them in the CIT Motorola Room - Room 165 at 115 Waterman St - from 10AM to 3PM.
Wed. 2/26 @ 3pm
We've heard from a lot of students who don't realize it's possible to print to PAWPrints from their own computers. We've recorded Mac and PC videos of the setup. Remember that you need to be connected to Brown-Secure wireless or with an ethernet cable on campus in order to print. Follow along with the text instructions here.
Mon. 2/24 @ 4pm
On Monday March 3rd the old voicemail system will be completely decommissioned. All old messages left on the system will be lostforever. If you need final access to the old system prior to March 3rd please contract the Telecommunications office at 863-2007 for instructions.
Tue. 1/28 @ 2pm
Due to a change in the Google login page for Brown, we've received a lot of questions about being prompted to resolve a "conflict account" after logging in. This is normal, and simply means you once accessed a Google product with your Brown email address before we started using Google at Brown.