• DPF Installs SSL

    The Eagle-eyed will have noticed that the DPF site now has an SSL certificate, which means all communication between your machine and the DPF site is encrypted.

    As with all technical modifications this comes with the odd problem. Here's what we know about so far:


    1. The site Facebook connection facility pushes content not covered by our certificate onto the site. This is only in the form of a few icons and connectivity scripts but it does mean that some browsers will identify the site as containing 'Mixed authorised and unuthorised' content and issue a corresponding warning. Chief among these with its default security settings is MS Internet Explorer. See here for the fix

    Please let us know if you spot any other issues you think may be connected with this change - either in the comments, site feedback or a PM