- Safety and Security
- Network and Phone
- Mobile Devices
ALERT - Dangerous computer malware
CryptoLocker is dangerous, malicious computer software that encrypts your data files (word, powerpoint, pictures, music, videos, etc.). The nefarious individuals then hold your data for ransom and try to extort money from you.
Learn more about this risk and how to protect yourself here - http://oregonstate.edu/helpdocs/safety-and-security/computer-viruses-fraud/computer-viruses/cryptolocker-dangerous-ransomware
Why do I need a user account?
User accounts are used to access email, classes, and personal information. Your ONID account is used to access classes and the ONID email account. It can also get you access to the VPN? client, in addition to the anti-virus software, Symantec Endpoint Protection that is offered by the school.
Your OSU ID? and GAP? number gives you access to view your personal information stored with the University, as well as register for classes, view financial aid information and even your payment information.
What kinds of accounts are there?
There are three main types of accounts, the OSU ID/GAP number "account", ONID account, and Exchange? account. Generally only OSU employees have Exchange accounts.
Where can I access these accounts?
You can access the accounts at the following locations.
OSU ID/GAP: http://infosu.oregonstate.edu/login