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From Google reports, approximately 1 million Google accounts were affected by yesterday’s phishing attack (~ .1% of their 1 billion users!!!)
Below you’ll find information on what you can do to secure any of your Google accounts including your Dana Hall Google Apps account.
Each user has the ability to run a security health check. This security check is only available to each user/owner of that account. Because of this exclusivity, the Technology Department is unable to run a security check on a user’s account for them.
This check must be done by each user themselves.
- Perform a search in Google with the following keywords, “google account security check”
- Choose the Security Checkup – My Account – Google link as shown above
- Proceed through the various sections of the checkup. Click Done or Looks Good at the end of each sub-section.
- The last section is important to review…
This will walk you through the process to connect with an iOS device to the WiFi network on campus using your Google Apps account .
Tap settings from the home screen of your iPad.
Navigate to Wi-Fi menu
(1) Tap Wi-Fi on the left side to bring up the list of available networks on the right side
(2) Tap “DHS Campus Wireless”
Login using Google Apps account
After selecting the “DHS Campus Wireless” network you will see a pop-up window asking for a username and passwword.
Enter your Google Apps username and password, which is the same login for GMail.
Accept the Certificate
Tap Accept when you see the certificate pop-up.
If you see (1) the WiFi symbol on the top left corner and (2) “DHS Campus Wireless” listed on the top of the network list then you have connected to the network! Success!
Have you ever run into issues on your Mac or needed to install new software from Dana Hall? Well a great resource to first check is Managed Software Center. The technology department makes sure to keep the list of applications up to date. Follow the guide for more information about how this tool may help you!