Virus/Security

If your Zoom app stays in a "connecting" mode or  timed out due to "Network error, please try again" or "Can't connect to our service, please check...
Kaspersky Anti-Virus software has components enabled to prevent the use of hacker-compromised USB devices that emulate keyboard behavior. This may...
NMU creates its own SSL security certificates used for some network services. These certificates are already installed on NMU issued computers but...
NMU 2 factor authentication can be set up using Authenticator Apps, Backup Codes, or Security Keys. These instructions cover how to disable each of...
Setting up a Security Key for 2 factor authenticationA FIDO U2F Security Key is typically a USB or other device you can connect to your computer to...
To access EduCat classes or content you will need:The latest or one version earlier of Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Microsoft Edge, Microsoft Internet...
Setting up Google Authenticator for 2 factor authenticationWe recommend you set up 2-factor authentication Backup Codes first so you have more than...
Setting up Backup Codes for 2 factor authentication       1. On a computer or other device, go to https://myuser.nmu.edu/user, click “Manage Account...
Setting up Authy for 2 factor authenticationWe recommend you set up 2-factor authentication Backup Codes first so you have more than one method of 2-...
Unless you retire as an employee at NMU, as a faculty, staff, or student your NMU G Suite account will become disabled 1 year after you leave NMU and...
Where can I get a mobile authenticator app?Where can I get a FIDO U2F Security Key?Can I turn off 2 Factor Authentication once I have turned it on?...
Your password protects your account. You can also add a second layer of protection with "2 Factor Authentication" so even if somebody manages to...
It's a good idea to password protect your screen when you are away from your computer, particularly when you are working in a public place. To do...
Occasionally, additional clicks may be required to view video in EduCat. Some browsers see the embedded video code, and temporarily block it to let...
Setting a passcode on your mobile device is a good basic security step and an important part of protecting your data.  This will help keep...
Remote wipe is a feature that allows you to remove all data from your mobile device should it ever get lost or stolen. The documentation below...
Windows Defender is a Microsoft program that helps your computer combat malware. Although defender will often prompt for you to run a scan or it will...
NMU recommends that users set their default browser to Mozilla Firefox. The instructions below will aid you in setting the default programs for web...
The Windows screen saver can be changed to fit your personal preferences and make your computer more secure by requiring the Windows password after a...
Helpful tips for helping to keep your identity, personal information and data secure. More information on these topics and more can be found on the...
Please read the information below on how to be safer on the Internet. If you have any questions please contact the Computing HelpDesk, 906-227-2468,...
When you send a message over a wireless connection, someone who has the correct equipment can receive and decode the message. You have no way to know...
Updates fix problems and help make your computer run better. Some updates are scheduled to be available at routine intervals. For instance Windows...
Kaspersky is the AntiVirus which comes pre-installed on all NMU-issued computers. Although you won't be able to change any of the settings, you can...
Kaspersky® Enpoint Security Antivirus combines reactive antivirus and spyware detection methods with the latest proactive technologies to provide...
NMU creates its own SSL security certificates used for some network services. These certificates are already installed on NMU issued computers but...
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