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Any device connected to the Jade University network must have appropriate virus protection and be updated regularly. Use of a device without virus protection software is not permitted on the Jade University network.
Devices in the HRZ pool rooms
All devices in the HRZ pool rooms are automatically equipped with appropriate virus protection.
Devices in the PC Shared System
For devices that are integrated into the PC network system, staff can install virus protection software provided by the HRZ via the software menu. This is optimally set by the HRZ with regard to updating.
Devices outside the PC network and private devices
For devices that are not integrated into the PC network system, all employees can install virus protection software provided by the HRZ. This is available in the PC network system under X:\Downloads\Sophos Campus\Clients. The current license is also valid for private devices of all staff members.
Apple OS X and Linux
Suitable anti-virus software is also available for devices running Apple OS X and Linux. Since licensing here is not regulated across the board for all staff members, you must please contact the appropriate colleagues at the HRZ. We will then set up the virus protection for you, as long as the licensing conditions can be met.
Information on e-mail protection can be found at E-Mail Spam- and Anti-Virus Protection.
Instructions for checking Dell systems regarding the "DBUtil driver v.2.3" vulnerability in automatic driver updates
Concerns the following systems:
- mobile devices
- Computers that do not participate in the university network system (no connection to the domain)
1. Please download and run the following tool.
2. click „INSTALL“
3. Now the command line opens with the request to confirm the process with “y”. Confirmation starts the search for the driver shown in the picture.
Note: The search can take up to 30 minutes. Please do not abort the process. 4. If the corresponding vulnerability was not found on the system, you will receive the following message: „This System does not have the DBUtil driver v.2.3“. Note: If you receive a positive message (vulnerability found), please report to the university computer centre and leave the window open. 5. Close the process with Enter if the display is negative (vulnerability not found). You can also close the following window by clicking on “CLOSE”. 6. The review of the system is now completed. Sources: * https://www.heise.de/news/Sicherheitsforscher-warnen-Treiber-gefaehrdet-hunderte-Millionen-Dell-Computer-6036820.html * https://www.dell.com/support/home/de-de/drivers/driversdetails?driverid=7PR57