[Posted: 07/03/2017 - 4:07pm]*This message does not apply to individual or student versions of SPSS.
[Posted: 06/16/2017 - 10:41am]
[Posted: 05/15/2017 - 4:45pm]
[Posted: 05/03/2017 - 4:28pm]
We have an update from our contact at Google:
"Essentially the "Open in Docs" button (which has no actual link to Docs), leads to a web site that had a worm that would read the users contact list and send the same message to them.
The website is being blocked. All email from any h[#]@mailnator.com are being blocked. Further work is being done to identify the source."
[Posted: 05/02/2017 - 4:26pm]
Please be advised that OACS has been made aware of an issue with Google Mail (Gmail), where staff may be receiving emails today in their inbox that state: “(Person’s Name) has shared a document on Google Docs with you." These messages may originate from known or unknown contacts.
Do not open these messages and/or click any of the links contained within them. Simply delete these messages from your inbox.
Google is currently working to address this issue and we will provide an update as more information becomes available.
[Posted: 11/22/2016 - 10:24am]
Computer Lab 5 repairs continue and the lab is closed for Walk-In Lab usage. This lab will be used only for overflow events. Please check our website for future updates regarding the status of this project.
[Posted: 12/08/2016 - 7:40am]
OACS has completed its move from Lefrak Hall to Morrill Hall. Our main office is now located in 3106 Morrill Hall and our User Support Services Help Desk can be found at 3108 Morrill Hall. All other administrative and staff offices have moved to the third floor of Morrill Hall. The BSOS Computer Labs and Data Center have not moved and maintain their locations on the bottom floor of Lefrak Hall. Updated contact information can be found on this website.
[Posted: 10/21/2016 - 7:20am]
Since the start of the Fall semester, OACS has received multiple reports of suspicious emails coming from both University of Maryland email addresses and external email addresses asking the recipient to follow a link or view a document online. It has been confirmed via the Division of IT that University of Maryland community members have been targeted in a series of email phishing attacks designed to trick them into clicking fraudulent and nefarious links. After clicking an email attachment, the message recipient is then taken to a site that asks for his or her email address and password....