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Computer Security FAQ


Why may I access some pages and not others?

  • This wiki has 3 levels of access. Many pages, like the project's home page and many other topics, are entirely open for public access. Other pages, such as oral histories, are open to the public, but may have links to copyrighted "attachments" lock that are viewable only by registered users. A third level of internal project-management pages are accessible only to CBI security-project members.

How can I become a "registered user" able to comment on and edit topics?

  • The University of Minnesota permits external users to gain full access to its protected wiki sites, but the process requires two specific steps on your part and one on ours:
    1. Create a new guest account by going to the form at <https://www.umn.edu/dirtools/guestportal>. This "new account" page will ask for your name, email, paper mail, phone number, and other proofs that you are a real person. It is here that you connect your (external non-UMN) email with a password that you choose.
    2. Register also with the UMN wiki site at <https://wiki.umn.edu/TWiki/TWikiRegistration> where you designate a "wiki name" such as MarySmith that is connected with your approved external email (and password).
    3. Once you have completed both parts, please send me your regular name as well as your email and WikiName (but not your password). Finally, then, I can give you access to the protected files lock as well as full editing and commenting.

-- ThomasMisa - 31 Oct 2014

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