An email message with the subject “Our administrator has begun the process” was sent to many Cedarville email accounts. This message is a scam phishing email. DO NOT click on any links in the message or reply to it. Delete it from your inbox. Information Technology email administrators have taken action to prevent further... View Article
Network Maintenance at 7:30 PM EST We apologize for the late notice. Information Technology personnel will be doing some network maintenance and testing this evening, March 10, 2022 beginning at 7:30 p.m. EST. The most likely side effect you might encounter is if you come to campus during that time, your mobile... View Article
Our primary internet connection is down (probably ice-related). We are using our slower backup link which is causing slow page loads, occasional timeouts, and general sluggishness of web resources. Our internet provider is working on restoring service of our primary internet connection.
Google has shipped an urgent Chrome update to address a zero-day vulnerability that has been actively exploited in attacks. The security hole can allow attackers to potentially view, change, or delete your data. Google recommends updating your Chrome Browser as soon as possible. For additional details, go to https://www.securityweek.com/chrome-94-update-patches-actively-exploited-zero-day-vulnerability.
On September 23, the security certificate that secures authentication to the eduroam WiFi network will be renewed. This is a process that happens every two years when the current certificate expires. What this means for your eduroam-connected devices… Android Devices: No action needed. Your connection to eduroam will continue to work without any disruption.... View Article
Apple has released security updates to address vulnerabilities CVE-2021-30858 and 30860 in multiple Apple products. An attacker could exploit these vulnerabilities to take control of an affected device. For details and instructions on applying the updates, go to https://cedar.to/a8oSGS or scan the QR code.
In order to provide increased stability, as well as new functionality, Information Technology technicians will be doing maintenance on the campus phone system tomorrow evening, Thursday, Jan. 14, from 5-6 pm. There will be times when you will not be able to make or receive calls during this period. Any... View Article
IT continues to receive reports of phishing email messages that appear to originate from Cedarville faculty members. The messages have a sender email address with the format <username>.email@example.com. Do not reply to these messages. Instead, report the message to Google by following the instructions on this page: https://support.google.com/mail/answer/8253?hl=en. Then, delete the message from... View Article
IT has received reports of phishing email messages that appear to originate from Cedarville faculty members. The messages have a sender email address with the format <username>.firstname.lastname@example.org. Do not reply to these messages. Instead, report the message to Google by following the instructions on this page: https://support.google.com/mail/answer/8253?hl=en. Then, delete the message... View Article
Since we’re over a month into working remotely, we need to make sure that all faculty and staff university-owned Windows computers will continue to receive security patches and new software. Failure to follow this recommendation will put your computer at risk. The easiest way to do this is by using the GlobalProtect VPN program... View Article