Technical upgrades for MeL was completed successfully on 20 Sep 2017.
Look out for the new logout screen and sign out features below.
New MeL feature – Logout Screen
When you log out from MeL, you will be redirected to Logout screen.
Please click on the “End SSO Session” button to ensure that you log off from MeL session completely. Otherwise, you may encounter issues logging to MeL subsequently
Should you encounter “Sign On Error!” when logging into MeL, you can try
a) Logout from https://login.microsoftonline.com to clear any active session .
b) Clear your browser’s cache and try to
re-login to MeL.
You may refer to the following link on how to clear your browser’s cache:
Please contact Dora.ITCare@np.edu.sg if you still encounter similar issue after following the steps.
Bluetooth Vulnerability – Switch off Device’s Bluetooth when NOT in-use
Recently, a Bluetooth vulnerability – Blueborne, it was reported that could potentially expose millions of devices to remote attack. Blueborne allows attackers to gain access to your device (PC, mobile phone, IoT device etc.) via Bluetooth connection.
However, Blueborne can only target devices within range of the hackers, and only devices with Bluetooth turned on.
The simplest protection is to switch Bluetooth off when not in use.
CCleaner Malware Hack
CCleaner is a popular utility software that is widely downloaded and installed to clean potentially unwanted files or invalid programs entries.
Hackers have successfully breached CCleaner’s security to inject malicious codes into the app and distribute it to millions of users. The code allows hackers to download and execute other malicious software (ransomware, keylogger, PC viruses etc) in your computer.
If you have installed this CCleaner software previously, please update to the latest CCleaner version 5.34 or higher