Update on "connection is not secure” alerts
As reported to Halifax Public Libraries, a new warning has appeared for some community members when accessing My Account.
The issue is being addressed and, while it is taking longer to fix than we had expected, we are working to have it resolved as soon as possible.
As this alert is appearing for users of modern browsers, such as Firefox and Chrome, we suggest customers consider temporarily using another browser when logging into their Library accounts until the issue is resolved.
For an explanation of what is happening in general, this article by PCWorld is informative and it provides details for those who like to know the technical reasons.
Updates on the issue will be posted under What’s Up on the Library’s homepage.
Thank you for your patience.
Updated on March 31, 2017
What's Up - Library News & Notices
- Awards of the Halifax Regional Library Board
- Library Celebrates Nova Scotia’s Acadian and Francophone Roots
- March Break Chess Tournament winners
- Problem with email reminders corrected
- Women Newcomers Invited to Conversation group at Tantallon Public Library
- New, cheaper parking rates for Halifax Central Library
- Free pass introduces new Canadian citizens to cultural experiences
- PEOPLE and TIME/LIFE bookazines no longer available
- Preview your renovated Musquodoboit Harbour Public Library and Recreation Office
- 37 titles added to Zinio e-magazine collection
- Let the Sunshine In: Library opens new art space at Central Library
- Library Launches New Brand and Five-Year Strategic Plan
- Ghost Stories for Stormy, Winter Nights
- Fun, Fearless, Frank: a new podcast called HOTCity
- Expanded printing and photocopying services