Re: Speed Limit 20 Plus

John Dennis

Back again,

The online shop has been modified. The sign in and password boxes have been removed, and there is now a "Sign In" link on the top menu line. Clicking on this link will open a new page allowing sign in details. 

In addition, the shopping cart has been removed from the right hand side of the screen, and a link also appears on the top line. The result of this is that the right hand section of the shop has been deleted. 

I am investigating adding the "Featured Products" across the bottom of the page, but that change has not been made. 

The result of this is that logging in to the shop will be across a secure connection.


On 30 November 2017 at 15:03, John Dennis <jdennis412@...> wrote:

I have done some research and asked a couple of knowledgeable friends. Chrome and Firefox (and possibly others) automatically display "Insecure Connection" if a web page includes the word "password" (or something like "enter your credit card details") and the connection is not secured - which means no encrypted. 

That means the mythical "man in the middle" could indeed collect your email and password, but what could he do with that? Buy books on your account, but how can he pay for them? You still need to enter credentials when paying. Every other page, after logging in, are indeed properly secured. 

I'm not certain whether the host of the online shop is able to install a security certificate from the society, which would, in any case, be just for this first page.

John Dennis
LRRSA Sales Officer

On 30 November 2017 at 09:48, 'Iain Stuart' iain_stuart@... [LRRSA] <LRRSA@...> wrote:

Its common on everything though and doesn’t seem to be too much of a problem. I recall it was a Firefox browser problem which typically their support blamed on everyone’s anti-virus. Whether it is a real world problem is another question. My view is that it isn’t.




Dr Iain Stuart


JCIS Consultants

P.O. Box 2397

Burwood North

NSW 2134



(02) 97010191


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