Last week, a new Windows security vulnerability, called PrintNightmare, that uses printing services to gain administrative access to PCs was reported. Yesterday, Microsoft provided a patch for this vulnerability which has been deployed to University-owned computers. Continue reading Microsoft Patches PrintNightmare Exploit of Windows Printing Services
Our Spring 2021 edition of the OIT Quarterly Security Update is now available to the SMU community.
Due to a recently discovered security vulnerability, changes are required, affecting the functionality of the web-based email client that services SMU faculty and staff. Continue reading New Vulnerability Impacting PDF Previews on Exchange
Got a new AudioCodes phone? Don’t forget when you change your SMU Password annually; you also need to sign out of your phone and reenter your new credentials.
If you have an iPhone or iPad, you need to update your device right now. It’s okay, we will wait…
While you are waiting for the update download to complete, read on.
Apple has announced that its recent iOS 14.4 and iPadOS 14.4 update will help protect against three security vulnerabilities that “may have been actively exploited” by hackers. In yesterday’s document describing the security content of iOS 14.4 and iPadOS 14.4, Apple stated the following. Continue reading You Need to Update Your iPhone and iPad ASAP