UMass Amherst IT Services Patched Against Heartbleed VulnerabilityApril 9, 2014
UPDATE: As of Thursday, April 10, 2014, patching for most campus IT services is complete. Stay tuned for details.
On Monday, April 7, 2014, the OpenSSL Project announced Heartbleed, a critical vulnerability that can expose data on systems running OpenSSL, including passwords and other sensitive data.
Problems with UMASS-SECURE1X? Run XpressConnect AgainApril 7, 2014
Recently, some members of the University community have reported problems connecting to the UMASS-SECURE1X wireless network. If you cannot connect to UMASS-SECURE1X, the Office of Information Technologies (OIT) recommends that you run the XpressConnect setup wizard again.
UPDATE: Apps.umass.edu Login Page Now AvailableApril 2, 2014
UPDATE: The Apps at UMass Amherst login page, apps.umass.edu, is now available. Please contact the IT Help Center if you have problems logging in to Apps at UMass Amherst. Note: The login page may remain unavailable when accessed through commercial Internet service providers. Please use the URLs below to access Apps at UMass Amherst.
UPDATE: Select UMass Web Sites No Longer Experiencing Intermittent Delays or OutagesApril 01, 2014
Microsoft Word Vulnerability Could Allow Remote Code ExecutionMarch 31, 2014