The Data Warehouse will be unavailable due to an upgrade on Sunday, April 2, 2017 from 9:00 am to approximately 12:00 pm (noon).
McGill is investigating unusual network activity. As a precautionary measure, we are requiring all system users to reset their McGill passwords. You have until March 28, 10:30AM EDT to make this change. For instructions on how to reset your McGill password, please visit www.mcgill.ca/password.
The icon for Microsoft Teams has been added to the Office 365 waffle menu. Unfortunately, Microsoft Teams is not yet available for the educational market, so if you select this icon you will see a message indicating that you do not have access. It is unknown at this time whether Teams will be made available under McGill's license. We thank you for your understanding.
There is a phishing email circulating to users with the subject "1 New Message". This email prompts users to renew their McGill account information in order not to lose access to their email services. Users are asked to click on a fraudulent link to update their account information. See an example of this phishing message below.
RESOLVED: The McGill Marketplace is now available. Original announcement, March 13: Due to system issues, the McGill MarketPlace is currently experiencing issues and is unavailable. We are working towards a resolution and apologize for the inconvenience.
For the continual improvement to our network service, and to meet McGill’s evolving administrative and research security requirements, McGill IT Services will be increasing network filtering focused on threat protection. This increased security measure will restrict access to the following services, such that they may only be accessed from an authenticated VPN connection or from the McGill internal network:
There is a phishing email circulating to users with the subject "Library Account". This email prompts users to re-new their McGill account information in order not to lose access to library and other campus services. Users are asked to click on a fraudulent link to update their account information. See an example of this phishing message below.
There is a phishing email circulating to users. It prompts users to re-new their McGill University account certificate and to click on a fraudulent link to update their record. See an example of this phishing message below.
Several spam emails containing offensive subject lines and no content in the actual email body have been reported.
A fraudulent email containing a possibly malicious attachment has been reported with the subject line "Past Due Invoice". A sample of one of the emails is shown below.