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Critical Adobe Flash Player Patches
Microsoft has delayed their monthly patch release, and will be releasing February's patches as part of the scheduled March 14 patch release.Details
[Computing Services]Confirming Legitimate Email: .Action Required: Launch of New Security Measure.
Some of you have expressed concern about a suspicious link in a recent campus-wide email sent on 2/15/2017 with the subject "Action Required: Launch of New Security Measure". We want to assure you that this email is legitimate. It is NOT a phishing email. Details
[Support Status] Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (Precise Pangolin) - End of Life and Support - 4/30/2017
Vendor support for Ubuntu 12.04 LTS is expected to end on April 30, 2017. SCS Computing Facilities will stop providing software support for all systems running Ubuntu 12.04 LTS at that time. Details
[Service Outage] Kerberos administrative services 2/23/2017
On Thursday, February 23, 2016, SCS Computing Facilities staff will perform maintenance on the Kerberos authentication servers (KDCs) to apply routine software security updates. Details
SCS Computing Support for Ubuntu 16.04 LTS for Desktops
SCS Computing Facilities announces the addition of Linux support for Ubuntu 16.04 LTS for 64 bit desktops. Details
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