The Orion

How to spot a phish

How to spot a phish

Hannah Yeager

December 6, 2017


Filed under Administration, Campus, Community, News

Every student at Chico State has to check Wildcat mail daily, or at least weekly for those who sometimes forget they have one, in order to get notifications for class, student announcements and announcements from teachers and scholarships.Chico State uses Google for the campus email accounts and uses the ad...

Email scams invade Chico State

Email scams invade Chico State

January 24, 2016


Filed under Community, News

Many people are unaware scams can come through one's very personal emails, profiles and accounts. Social engineering scams are geared toward receiving confidential information by manipulating people through email or by phone, according to the Department Of Homeland Security. What these scams seek vary from passwords to bank information an...

Antivirus software key to on-campus Internet connection

Antivirus software key to on-campus Internet connection

Elizabeth Castillo

October 5, 2015


Filed under Community, News

While some students believe that technical difficulties with Internet on campus are caused by Eduroam, the most common problem is due to another program known as ClearPass OnGuard. “All the problems people are having is with ClearPass,” said Scott Kodai, IT Support Services manager. “Our...

Bug puts Flash Player users at risk

Bug puts Flash Player users at risk

Christine Lee

February 7, 2014


Filed under News

Mac and PC users are urged to immediately install an Adobe Flash update to protect themselves from hackers, according to a campus-wide email. Adobe software released a critical update for its Flash Player, according to the email sent Thursday. If users go to a site using an older Adobe Flash plug-in, their com...

X
The student news site of California State University, Chico
scott kodai