About UTokyo-CERT

UTokyo-CERT stands for "University of Tokyo Computer Emergency Response Team",which is organized as a CERT for the information security issue in UTokyo.

The following name change was changed by rule revision of March 25, 2015.
 Formerly:UT-CERT(The University of Tokyo Computer Emergency Response Team)
 New name:UTokyo-CERT(The University of Tokyo Computer Emergency Response Team)

Working together with the departmental sub-CERTs established in each of the Faculties, Graduate Schools and other institutes and centers of the University of Tokyo, UTokyo-CERT’s primary function is to deal with emergency security incidents such as cracking, virus, spam mails or similar attacks to the University’s system as well as illegal distribution of information.

Furthermore, if the purpose of use can be clearly be identified as research or experimentation, it is possible to be excused from being reported as security incident. Please contact UTokyo-CERT with regards to such cases.

 

Security information

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2017

Nov16,2017 Microsoft Security Bulletin for November 2017
Nov16,2017 Security updates for Adobe Products(APSB17-36)
Nov16,2017 Security updates for Adobe Products(APSB17-33)
Oct 27,2017 Notification about "Bad Rabbit Ransomware"
Oct 24,2017 Notification about WPA2 vulnerabilities
Oct 23,2017 Notification about End-of-Support Software
Oct 18,2017 The warning about the critical patch updates of Oracle Java SE
Oct 17,2017 Security updates for Adobe Products(APSB17-32)
Oct 11,2017 Microsoft Security Bulletin for October 2017
Oct 5,2017 Alert Regarding Vulnerabilities in Apache Tomcat(CVE-2017-12617)
Oct 4,2017 [Updated] Alert Regarding Vulnerabilities in Apache Tomcat
Sep 29,2017 [Updated] Vulnerability information of Apache Struts 2(S2-052)
Sep 27,2017 Alert Regarding Vulnerabilities in Apache Tomcat
Sep 13,2017 Microsoft Security Bulletin for September 2017
Sep 13,2017 Security updates for Adobe Products(APSB17-28)
Sep 6,2017 Vulnerability information of Apache Struts 2(S2-052)
Aug 9,2017 Microsoft Security Bulletin for August 2017
Aug 9,2017 Security updates for Adobe Products(APSB17-24)
Aug 9,2017 Security updates for Adobe Products(APSB17-23)
Jul 20,2017 Guidelines for Computer Security, July 2017 Recommendation of 2-Step Verification
Jul 20,2017 Guidelines for Computer Security, July 2017
Jul 19,2017 The warning about the critical patch updates of Oracle Java SE
Jul 12,2017 Security updates for Adobe Products(APSB17-21)
Jul 12,2017 Microsoft Security Bulletin for July 2017
Jun 29,2017 Alert regarding "Petya Ransomware"
Jun 23,2017 Stack Clash vulnerability
Jun 14,2017 Security updates for Adobe Products(APSB17-17)
Jun 14,2017 Microsoft Security Bulletin for June 2017
May 10,2017 Adobe Products(APSB17-15)
May 10,2017 Microsoft Security Bulletin for May 2017
Apr 13,2017 Security updates for Adobe Products(APSB17-10)
Mar 21,2017 Guidelines for Computer Security, March 2017
Mar 16,2017 Security updates for Adobe Products(APSB17-07)
Mar 15,2017 Microsoft Security Bulletin for March 2017
Feb 16,2017 Security updates for Adobe Products(APSB17-04)
Feb 7,2017 Security vulnerability of WordPress
Feb 1,2017 OpenSSL Security Advisory
Jan 11,2017 Security updates for Adobe Products(APSB17-02)
Jan 11,2017 Microsoft Security Bulletin for January 2017

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