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Thank you Nikki DelRosso

CASIT would like to thank Nikki DelRosso for her dedication and hard work over the past 5+ years. ... Read More

Thank you Irina Kuzmina

CASIT would like to thank Irina Kuzmina for her dedication and hard work over the past 3+ years. ... Read More

File Server Migration

Using CAS-FS After the migration, connecting to and using the new CAS-FS fileserver is very similar ... Read More


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UO Response to Heartbleed Bug: Change Your Duck ID Password

  Due to the threat posed by the Heartbleed Bug, UO Information Services is requiring that all users change their Duck ID passwords at AFTER they receive an e-mail from Information Services asking them to do so. DO NOT change your password until you have received an e-mail from instructing you to do so. If you are a CAS Google Apps for Education user, you will also want to change your password ... Read More

CASIT Blog - Latest Entries

Researchers Trick Samsung Galaxy S5′s Fingerprint Reader

The Samsung Galaxy S5, the latest in Samsung’s line of Galaxy smartphones, features a fingerprint scanner that allows the phone’s user to unlock it. This is a new feature that is also found on the ... Read More

Heartbleed Bug Poses Serious Threat to Many Websites

Earlier this week, security researchers discovered a serious vulnerability in the OpenSSL cryptographic library, which is used to protect many web sites including Facebook, Gmail, and Yahoo. The flaw is known ... Read More

Microsoft Ends Support for Windows XP

Microsoft ended support for Windows XP today, which means there will be no further security updates or patches for the operating system. While users can continue using XP, the operating system will not be ... Read More