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Critical Internet Explorer patch released 8/21/2015
Microsoft has just released an out-of-band patch for a critical vulnerability in Internet Explorer. This vulnerability affects all currently supported versions of IE. Details
[SERVICE OUTAGE] Druva Data Protection Service 8/27/2015
On Thursday, August 27th, 2015 from 6:00 AM through 8:00 AM, SCS Computing Facilities will be performing maintenance on the system providing the Druva data protection service. Details
August 2015 Critical Windows, Office, and Adobe Flash Player patches
Microsoft has released critical patches for Windows, Office, and Office for Mac. Adobe has also released critical patches for Flash Player. Details
[Service Outage] Kerberos administrative services 8/20/2015
On Thursday, August 20, 2015, SCS Computing Facilities staff will perform maintenance on the Kerberos authentication servers (KDCs) to apply routine software security updates. Details
[Service Update] Upcoming Improvements to SCS Web Authentication
As part of our ongoing commitment to providing a secure environment for the SCS community, SCS Computing Facilities is currently in the process of deploying WebAuth, an authentication system which will soon replace Pubcookie as the technology behind our WebISO login servers. Details
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