The “CERT @unitn” service manages the computer security incidents involving, at all levels, users and hosts connected with the university network.
The SSL certificates, at the basis of the HTTPS protocol, certify the ownership of a website and allow the encrypted communication between the browser and the server hosting its website. They must be used when the website exchanges confidential information when the client (like the password or the credit card number).
A digital signature allows a user to electronically sign their documents (PDF or other file extensions) by providing the public key of the certificate authority that issued the digital certificate.
The Information and communication technology management requires the digital certificate, which is necessary to check the digital certificate owner's digital signature.
University mailboxes and mail service are provided by the Gmail platform, which is protected by antispam and antivirus service.
Specific limits for the sending of large quantities of email messages have been established, in order to limit the SPAM and its severe effects on the University email system.
All outgoing email messages of the user exceeding the established limit will automatically be blocked.
The ICT Availability Service aims to guarantee the efficiency of the University ICT Services and their availability even outside of regular working hours.
MAN, the University network, interconnects all the premises of the Rector’s Office, the Departments, the administrative offices and peripheral premises.
Procedure to create and reset the password for University accounts.
Trend Micro™ Security virus protection software for UniTrento
Users may individually require the authorisation to send email messages exceeding the normal limits by installing the widget “Email sending without limits” in their myunitn section.