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Computer Virus Alerts
- Just a reminder that the DNSChanger malware is scheduled to impact Internet users on Monday July 9, 2012. If your computer is infected, you will not be able to access the Internet.
For a quick test to check if your computer may be infected go to http://www.dns-ok.us/
For information about the DNSChanger and on what to do should you find that your computer is infected go to http://www.dcwg.org
Click here for how to clean out the infection.
Click here to download stinger. [posted 07/05/2012]
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General Notices and Bulletins
Distribution of the DOE Standard Internet Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) consent form has been delayed until further notice. When the new form is approved and ready for distribution, we will post on the tcadre list. Mahalo!
As a heads up, the @Mail server also commonly referred to as Makani email
for you old timers will be phased out due to budget cuts. The Makani @mail
accounts have the format of email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or
email@example.com etc. All student email accounts will be removed at
the close of business on June 30, 2009. Students should print out or
download all their important emails to their desktop/laptop computer
before the June 30, 2009 date. For teacher/staff, your Makani @mail
accounts will not be removed but we highly recommend that you
obtain another email provider and let the folks you correspond with know
your new email address. All teacher/staff should have a Lotus Notes email
account. The tech and maintenance support for the Makani @mail servers
will be discontinued. Should there be a crash or problem that we can't fix
ourselves, the email service will come to an abrupt end so that is why we
recommend teacher/staff start looking to migrate their Makani email
accounts to a different provider.
Schools that still require student email accounts, we are evaluating
using Google Apps & gmail education edition or Microsoft's Live@Edu email
for student email accounts. Will make a recommendation before the start
of the new school year. We are closing the chapter on the Makani
email system that has been in service since 1995. If you have any
questions please send them to NSSB . [posted 05/28/2009]