Monday, 20 April 2020

Norvic Security Checklist v 2.2.3 - now available.

As promised in the World War II post, the new updated version of our Checklist is now available at the link in the right column, and here.



This version takes us up to the 8 May issue.  I did have a problem with an OpenOffice crash whilst editing this, and it reverted to an earlier amendment.  I think I restored everything I wanted to add, but if you find any errors or cross-reference errors, please do let me know.

UPDATE: A number of errors are reported and a corrected version will be out soon.
Most importantly PM71 is not a World War II retail booklet, which does not exist.



7 comments:

  1. When I try to view this listing via the 'here' link or the one at the right of the page (and indeed those of its previous versions) I systematically get a message saying that Firefox cannot establish the connection. Am I alone in this? I don't seem to have any problems with other links on the blog but never manage to get to see the checklist!

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    2. The site is still http, rather than https, so Firefox and other browsers do flag it as problematic but as no customer data is taken, there's no problem. Try www.norphil.co.uk and see if you can get in there.

      There's no link to the latest version there yet, but there will be. I use Firefox as my main browser and have no problem with our website or many other 'non-secure' sites, such as Stampboards.com

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  2. Thank you Ian for keeping us up to date.

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  3. Same 'error of connection' message...

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    1. Please do a screen capture (or part) and send it to our email address at the top of the page.

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  4. Ian, brilliant work as always well done really appreciate you publishing this and best wishes to you all hoping you stay safe and corona virus free and coping in these challenging times. Michael

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