9 November 2017
Although the JAMA network journals should now be displaying correctly from within the WA Health network following an amendment to the firewall rules on the WA Health proxy server, it appears that there are still problems being reported.
This is related to the issue noted below.
The Chrome browser is now generating security warnings for any website with forms, search boxes, login fields or other input sections if the website does not have a security certificate that uses the https protocol.. Other browsers are also increasing the level of security required. As the WA Health deployed version of Chrome is not the latest this should only affect offsite users at present.
Why might this matter?
Websites require security certificates to be installed in order to communicate using the https protocol. Some publisher sites are not yet compliant (they haven’t yet installed a security certificate). The Librarians have installed all required security certificates on the Library site and have made all the required link changes to the https protocol where it is possible to do so. WA Health is using outdated security technology and this will cause ongoing problems with the https protocol until rectified. This has been reported to HSS.
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