April 12, 2017, by UNH IT Staff
You can protect your internet privacy with a couple of preventative measures.
In March 2017, Congress rolled back internet privacy laws scheduled to go into effect this December, making it fair game for internet service providers to sell their customer’s internet browsing history and information without consent. This means internet service providers (ISP) will be able to create and sell to the highest bidder a profile based on private information, including their customer’s shopping...
February 20, 2017, by UNH IT Staff
On Wednesday, March 1, users of the Pulse Secure VPN client will be prompted to accept an upgrade. This is a minor upgrade featuring some performance and compatibility improvements, but no usability changes. Pulse Secure VPN is an application which allows UNH students, faculty, and staff to connect to secure UNH resources while off-campus.
Computers managed by Configuration Manager will be prompted to accept this upgrade starting on Monday, February 27 before attempting to connect to the VPN...
January 15, 2016, by UNH IT Staff
On August 1, 2016, computers running Microsoft Windows XP will no longer be able to access the UNH Virtual Private Network (VPN). Microsoft stopped producing security patches and updates for Window XP in April 2014 (see this article for more info on Microsoft’s Windows Lifecycle: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/lifecycle).
As such, these computers pose a serious risk to the data of all who access the UNH Network, including personal data of all UNH students, faculty, and staff....
July 21, 2015, by UNH IT Staff
On Tuesday, July 28, after 6:30AM, users attempting to log into the UNH VPN will be prompted to update the Pulse application. Please follow the onscreen instructions.
The UNH VPN will be rebranded from Junos Pulse to Pulse Secure. This change includes a new look for the icon and the application, though functionality remains the same.
KSC users of the UNH VPN should consult their local support regarding upgrading the client.
If you have any questions, please contact the UNH...