Several computers of the university infrastructure went down due to a power failure on Sunday morning, However, everything works again by now. Sorry for the inconvenience.
The components of the SeKA authentication system were migrated to a new, better hardware infrastructure on 13 July. This enables us to provide a service that gets even more reliable than it used to be.
If you have a SeKA account, you can use the eduroam service, as well. This means you can use the eduroam wifi network freely in most educational and research institutions in more than 70 countries all over the world. You have to configure your mobile device to use eduroam, but you need to do this only once. Then you will be able to use the eduroam service automatically, everywhere.
The SeKA system will be down today from 1 pm due to a major restructuring of the central authentication system. The service may be down for several hours. The appearance of login window will change as well.
The LDAP backend used by the SeKA-system was moved to another server on January 3 between 10am and 11 am. All our services are running normally again.
A new website appeared to provide our user with information related to the SeKA service. It is bilingual, so you can reach any page either in English or Hungarian with the same navigation structure. We collected the most important documents and facts about the system. You can change your email address registered in the SeKA system if you log in to the website. We plan to publish more documentation and we'd like to widen the possibility to manage your own data stored in SeKA.