QuickTime Security Vulnerability - Uninstall QuickTime for Windows Computers or Devices

QuickTime is a multimedia solution designed by Apple. It allows a computer to handle video, audio, and interactive content. In November 2015, researchers at the Zero-Day Initiative (ZDI) discovered two remote code execution vulnerabilities in Windows installations of QuickTime. In both cases, a computer can be compromised by visiting a malicious webpage or running a malicious file that exploits these vulnerabilities. These security issues are quite serious.

Check the Version and Update Web Browsers

Web Browsers are software that allow you to view, save information about, and use web pages. Common web browsers include Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari and Opera. Keep your web browser software up to date for your computer to work well, for videos and sound file to play, and for computer security.

Configure Java to Use WebNow

Faculty advisors may need to access WebNow in order to view a student's college application, application essay, and secondary school (and transfer) transcripts. 

WebNow is Java-based. You need to configure the Java control panel on your computer in order to access WebNow.

Lock your computer

How to prevent people from accessing your computer while it's unattended.

Map a Network Storage Share to a Drive Letter in Windows

A network share is a place on a file server where individuals and groups can store and access files. Files stored on a network share are accessible to anyone who has permissions to the share; such files are also backed up automatically, which relieves you of that burden.

On a Windows computer, local storage volumes have letter shortcuts. For example, the first hard drive in a Windows system is by convention given the shortcut "C:" and called the "C drive."