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The Raven single sign-on authentication system

Raven is a service used by some University of Cambridge web sites to identify people so that decisions (such as granting or denying access) can be made based on who that person is. Raven is provided by the University Computing Service, and uses standard Computing Service user identifiers (CRSid) and 'Raven passwords' to identify people.

From October 2007 Raven authentication will be used to access most of the web based legal research tools available the the Faculty of Law when off-campus.

To get your password reset you will need to go to your College Computer Officer to get a password reset token. If urgent and you are within the Faculty of Law, you can go to the Computer Office who will try to assist you.  

If you know your password, you can change it at

More information can be via on 'Passwords on UIS accounts' on the UIS site.