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Kaspersky AV Banned On Federal Systems
Posted by Joey Noble on 2017-September-15 09:36 AM
Please be advised that DHS have now banned the use of Kaspersky software on federal government IT systems. If anyone you support is working on federally funded projects, then please expect questions from funding agencies soon.   Please note that the University uses Sophos antivirus as its official antivirus system, and with exception of certain lab and classroom computers using Faronics AV, the use of Sophos is required for University managed endpoint computers. If you have any
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Network Maintenance For June 4th
Posted by Joey Noble on 2017-June-01 12:29 PM
VCU TS will be performing network maintenance on June 4 th from 6AM – 10AM which will affect many enterprise-wide applications. Please see the link below for more information and plan accordingly.   http://wp.vcu.edu/ts-alerts/2017/06/network-maintenance-scheduled-for-sunday-6417/
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SafeNet Wireless Certificate Update
Posted by Joey Noble on 2017-April-13 10:19 AM
On Sunday, April 16, 2017, VCU TS will be upgrading the SafeNet wireless network. A new security certificate will need to be ‘trusted’ when logging into SafeNet after the upgrade. Please visit the link below for further information and instructions for accepting the new certificate on both Mac and Windows systems. Read Complete article

New Vulnerabilities Affecting Adobe Flash Player
Posted by Joey Noble on 2017-January-12 09:54 AM
There is a new vulnerability exploit affecting the Adobe Flash Player application which everyone at VIPBG has installed on their system(s) . Below is an excerpt from VCU’s Chief Information Security Officer. Please click the link provided and follow the instructions to upgrade your Adobe Flash Player to the most recent version. Adobe have recently released a security advisory addressing a number of critical vulnerabilities in its
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ALERT: Mozilla Firefox Vulnerability - Update Immediately!
Posted by Joey Noble on 2016-December-02 10:16 AM
A severe vulnerability affecting Firefox was disclosed late on Tuesday 29 Nov. 2016.  This vulnerability allows arbitrary remote code execution using the browser. It is recommended that you update your Firefox application immediately using the following instructions: Windows OS – Open Firefox and click on the three bar icon at the top right of the browser window. Select Options and Advanced . Enable Automatically install
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